Delicious eats for the diabetic in your life–foods low in cholesterol, sodium and added sugar. Actually, this tempered diet doesn’t sound half bad! Just think light and healthy fare for spring with extra benefits…
A steady diet of apples appears to ward off Type 2 diabetes, at least according to a 2013 study by The Harvard School of Public Health. It found that those individuals who reported eating 5 or more apples per week had a startling 23% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as compared with those subjects who ate no apples at all! The sautéed Granny Smith apples in this Pan-Seared Pork Tenderloin [above] bring a nice balance to the dish – ready in a mere 15 minutes!
Another diabetes-friendly dish tailor-made for family dinner? This Cedar Smoked Salmon with a delectable sesame ginger glaze. An easy go-to for on the grill from my friends at H-E-B Cooking Connection:
Talk about a “shake” that’s good any time of day, this Banana, Blueberry, Pecan Shake is made with unsweetened pure coconut water and protein PACKED!