These recipes are affordable, delicious, and diabetic-friendly. Low in fat, low in sodium, high in flavor and nutrition, these easy-to-prepare dishes are sure to become family favorites. Foods that are low on the index are the ones you want to reach for.
Breakfast Recipe (2 of 3)
A good start to the morning is important for everyone, but particularly for diabetics. Eating a high protein breakfast will help you avoid “elevator” blood sugar with those spikes and drops. These recipes are quick, easy, delicious, and nutritious.
Breakfast Bagel Melt
1/2 of a multigrain bagel
Slice of tomato
1 piece of lower sodium Canadian bacon
1 slice of havarti cheese with dill
Top bagel with tomato, canadian bacon, and cheese.
Place under a broiler until cheese melts.
Serve with half a banana sliced sprinkled with two tablespoons of orange juice
Chef’s Notes: Canadian bacon is low fat, low carb, and low calorie. Ask your grocer about the lower sodium options that are available.
Source: Dr. Oz
Be sure to check out Recipe #1
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