Apricots & Cherries Are Low Calorie And Low Glycemic
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A wonderful addition to your diabetes meal plan is an apricot. At just 17 calories & 4 grams of carbs, one apricot is a good source of fiber. Cherries are a low-carb, low GI choice and can safely be included in your diabetic diet. Twelve sweet cherries have 59 calories & 14 grams of carbs
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Lately I have been eating a lot of five bean salad. There are several good recipes on Sparkpeople already. I love eating it because it is 1. veg 2. high protein 3. easy to make 4. low fat 5. It fills you up and sticks to your ribs. 6. It is delicious and 7. It keeps for a long time
vinegar is known to lower glycemic value of foods
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that processed sugars &other high-glycemic starches increase inflammation, just as they raise blood sugar, Cherries, blueberries, salads, & olive oil are a good choices to lower inflamation packed with antioxidants and relatively low on the glycemic index.
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