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Diabetic Recipe - Main Dish
Try a few of these classic comfort food recipes like Tangy Beef Stroganoff, Tuna Noodle Casserole and Light and Creamy Mac & Cheese. (Diabetic Diet, Diabetic Meal Planning)

Curb Sugar Cravings
Hunger suddenly strikes. You need food, and you need it now. You rummage for that long-lost candy bar buried somewhere in your desk - anything to get a sugar fix. That rapid rise in blood glucose, along with the attendant release of the "feel-good" hormone serotonin, may make you feel better temporarily, but when your glucose levels soon nose-dive, you'll return to your low-serotonin state - a prime candidate for yet more sugar cravings.

Diabetes And The Holidays: Tips To Control Stress And Blood Sugar
Celebrations around the holidays tempt all party-goers to disregard healthy habits, but calorie-laden festivities pose a special challenge for the millions of Americans living with diabetes. Usually managed by diet, exercise and medication, diabetes can get out of control when portion sizes grow and careful food selection is abandoned. (Diabetic Meal Planning, Exercise, Low-Carb Diet)

Good Fats
Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are the "good" fats your body needs to function properly. They provide energy, increase your absorption of nutrients from foods and support the health of your bones, brain, breasts, eyes, heart, immune system, joints, nerves, muscles, prostate and skin. (Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Eye Disease, Omega Fatty Acids)

Heart Health Recipe - Salads
Choose nutritious foods for yourself and your family every day by offering delicious dishes that are easy to prepare and promote a healthy heart. Enjoy Marinated Corn Salad, Tomatoes with Cucumbers and Yogurt, Grapefruit and Avocado Salad with Cilantro Cream and Brussels Sprouts and Apple Salad. (Heart Health Recipe, Diabetic Meal Planning)

Shaky Amount of Iodine in U.S. Salt
There are fewer food sources of iodine in the American diet than there were just a few decades ago, raising the risk of iodine deficiency in a growing number of people. So says a researcher who calls himself an "iodine activist." (Salt, Low Salt Diet, Iodine Deficiency)

dl-Phenylalanine and Pain Relief
Phenylalanine is a readily available nutritional amino acid that may be obtained from various sources including vitamin and health food stores. This article discusses its use to block pain that may not be relieved by commercially offered medications. (Endorphins, Endogenous Analgesia System, EAS, Chronic Pain)

Recipes - Healthy Sandwiches
Delicious low-carbohydrate recipes for quick diabetic summer meals include Raspberry-Chipotle Turkey Sandwiches, Greek-Style Beef Sandwiches, and Hawaiian Chicken Sandwiches. (Diabetes Food and Diabetes Recipe)

How Can Selenium Help the Thyroid?
The thyroid produces hormones that regulate heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and weight. Iodine and selenium are critical minerals for maintaining proper function of the thyroid gland. Selenium is found naturally in many foods and is also available in supplement form. (Thyroid Disease, Goiter, T3, T4)

Vitamin D Triggers ad Arms the Immune System
The so-called sunshine vitamin, which can be obtained from food or manufactured by human skin exposed to the sun, plays a key role in boosting the immune system, researchers believe. (Autoimmune Disease, T Cells, Crohn's Disease)

Health Studies Boost in Vitamin D Requirements
Vitamin D has long been recognized as essential to promoting calcium absorption to allow for bone growth and remodeling. Now, its role in health maintenance is expanding in other directions. Some researchers say if we dramatically increase amounts either absorbed from the sun, or ingested in supplements or fortified foods, a corresponding drop could occur in many rapidly proliferating illnesses, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. (Vitamin D, Diabetes, Calcium, Cardiovascular Disease)

Supplements Best Way to Raise Vitamin D Levels
The best way to get enough vitamin D is through food, right?  No, according to the latest Harvard Heart Letter, which says supplements are the best way for Americans to raise their body’s level of vitamin D, which in most cases too low right this moment. (Cardiovascular Disease, Vitamin D Deficiency, Type 2 Diabetes)

Digestive Health and Holiday Eating
You can give your digestive system the extra support it needs to survive holiday stress. Maintaining the proper level of digestive enzymes will help you break down hard-to-digest foods and keep your digestive process running smoothly and comfortably.

The Skinny on Sugar Substitutes
If you are like most Americans, you love the sweet taste of sugar.  With an average consumption of over 20 teaspoons per person per day, we are a nation with an enormous sweet tooth. And chances are, even though you are working at slashing the sugar, you haven't lost your sweet tooth. Luckily, there are more choices than ever when it comes to sugar-free foods and sugar substitutes. Learn more about the sugar substitutes sucralose, aspartame, saccharin, acesulfame K and sugar alcohols. (Diabetic Cooking and Sugar Substitutes)

Diabetic Recipes - Cakes
These cake recipes include food exchanges from the American Dietetic Association, a complete nutritional breakdown for each recipe, along with adaptations for low-sodium and low-cholesterol diets. These delicious recipes include Chocolate Sponge Cake, Applesauce Cake, Banana Nut Cake and Chocolate Oat Bran Cake. (Diabetic Dessert Recipe, Diabetic Cake Recipe)
 
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exchange lists
one of several approaches for diabetes meal planning. Foods are categorized into three groups based on their nutritional content. Lists provide the serving sizes for carbohydrates, meat and meat alternatives, and fats. These lists allow for substitution for different groups to keep the nutritional content fixed.

ketonuria (key-toe-NUH-ree-ah)
a condition occurring when ketones are present in the urine, a warning sign of diabetic ketoacidosis.

Kussmaul breathing (KOOS-mall)
the rapid, deep, and labored breathing of people who have diabetic ketoacidosis.

glycemic index (gly-SEE-mik)
a ranking of carbohydrate-containing foods, based on the food's effect on blood glucose compared with a standard reference food.

carbohydrate (kar-boh-HY-drate)
one of the three main nutrients in food. Foods that provide carbohydrate are starches, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and sugars.
 
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