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The Diabetic High Fiber Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
1985 has these suggestions:
Pillsbury microwave frozen popcorn (makes 8 cups) Any of the following
seasonings: taco seasoning mix creamy Italian salad dressing mix
sweet-and-sour oriental seasoning mix nacho cheese sauce mix sloppy
hot dog or hamburger seasoning mix
Pop corn as directed on the package. Divide in half and reserve the
remaining popped corn for future use. Sprinkle 1 tbsp. of your chosen
seasoning mix over the popped corn you plan to serve. Shake or toss
with a fork to completely coat. Yield 4 cups
1 cup serving, 1 bread exchange, 65 calories.
Choice Cooking, Canadian Diabetes Assoc. 1986 3 cups dry popcorn, 1
bread choice or exchange 1 tsp margarine or butter, 1 fat
choice/exchange Your own herb mixture, no added calories
Shared by Elizabeth Rodier
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Food Tips of the Week
If you enjoy eating, but want to lose weight and also enhance your overall well-being, without doubt you ought to start a carefully calculated healthy dietary regime. In theory, this ought to take in 5 measures of grains and vegetables on a daily basis and also embrace the right blend of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
Some reduced carbohydrate diet tips:
* You can make delicious smoothies using reduced carb yogurt.
Admittedly, you can't really call it cooking, but if you must have smoothies you can throw them together with reduced carb yogurt and fruit. Obviously, you should ensure you use fruit that is low in carbohydrates and use the whole fruit as the fiber is beneficial.
* Fiber is essential
Decreasing the carbohydrates in your diet usually leads to fiber reduction as well. Check for reduced carbohydrate recipes that are rich in fiber to restore the balance.
Cruciferous vegetables, Superfoods that help with Dieting
(includes Broccoli, Celery, Collard greens and Rutabaga)
These cruciferous vegetables are jam-packed with vitamins (folate and vitamin c, for example), minerals (eg. potassium), fibre, chlorophyll and antioxidents.
Over and above their most other great health properties, the vitamins and nutrients in these are believed by scientists to reduce the risk of cancer.
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