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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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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Dijon Gremolata Sauce

This delicious sauce is great on grilled fish, or on vegetables. It’s one of the flavor boosters we use to add variety and interest to our lineup of diabetic and heart-friendly recipes. When you dress up steamed or roasted vegetables with this, or sauteed lean meats, it’s guaranteed to take your meal from boring to…

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Grilled Asparagus

This recipe represents our favorite of many ways to prepare asparagus. We also love asparagus roasted in the oven, or steamed, as well as blanched and dropped into salads or just chopped and added to vegetable soup, but this has become our latest favorite. We use the indoor grill shown on our Products we love…

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Heart-healthy Collard Greens

We love hardy greens, like collard greens and kale. It probably has a lot to do with my Mother’s Famous Kale recipe, and her ability to reinvent it to a still-delicious but healthier dish many years ago, when she became more conscious of heart healthy eating. To learn more on recipe makeovers and other adjustments…

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Sauteed fish with steamed vegetables

Print Recipe Sauteed fish with steamed vegetables If you have not yet discovered the joy of a fresh, mild white fish filet, gently sauteed and seasoned, surrounded by some freshly steamed and/or sauteed vegetables, garnished with a squeeze of fresh lemon, well, your life is about to get a little bit happier. Buy the fish…

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Chicken fried “rice”

We were shocked when we looked at how much sodium is in most soy sauce. Between that and the reliance on white rice, we decided to remake one of our favorite dishes to use a low-sodium soy sauce and “cauliflower rice” instead of the traditional kind. The very small amount of sodium in Chinatown Soy…

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Vegetable Soup

Few things are more healthy than a bowl of vegetables. When they’re simmering in a flavorful soup, they make a great meal. This is an easy way to make a delicious homemade soup, with or without homemade broth (though we believe homemade makes this a better soup!). You can add cooked meat, if you want…

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Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry

This recipe is completely customizable to include the vegetables you prefer and the meats you are permitted. When prepared as described, it contains only minimal amounts of sodium and saturated fat, and no starchy carbs or sugars. We eat it at least twice a week, sometimes more. Print Recipe Stir Fry A stir fry with…

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