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Archive for August 2019

Spaghetti Squash Au Gratin Pie

This delicious “pie” is a great replacement for high-carb noodles or potatoes! Spaghetti squash is high in potassium, vitamins and minerals, and low in carbs. Even as prepared in our recipe, it’s highly nutritious and tastes great. After enjoying this the first night, but eating less than half of it, we enjoyed leftovers, then for…

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Vegetable Smoothies

If you’re looking for a quick way to get some vegetables, feel full and get out the door, there’s no better way than a vegetable smoothie. These are not the sweet, sugary smoothies you get commercially. For diabetic patients, and most people, for that matter, keeping the sugar content down is healthier and more supportive…

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Choosing Healthy Oils: part 3

The terms “healthy oils” and “healthy fats” are popular, but can be misleading. Healthy for whom? And “healthy” on what basis? For a diabetic heart patient, saturated fat is a primary concern, as it can raise LDL cholesterol and contribute to the progression of heart disease. Oils (like all fats) are not health food, but…

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Marinated Cucumber Tomato Salad

At this time of year, with delicious locally grown tomatoes at every farmer’s market, it’s a perfect time to pair up some fresh cucumbers with tomatoes and a balsamic vinegar marinade. We like to use white balsamic vinegar for this recipe, but it’s not as easy to find as red balsamic vinegar, which is available…

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