My food journal for the last few months of home cooking, eat out in a restaurant, either alone or with family and friends. Identifying my habitual eating patterns and also trucking what I prepare and eat from time to time, should be accordingly from my dietician’s advice.
As a strategy for eating well with diabetes, poaching, broiling and boiling is good less intake of fat much better. Like saturated fat such as butter instead I usually use margarine, olive oil or canola oil. Or just boiled it like what you see picture above. I don’t have to be a world class chef in order to enjoy the modifications of meals I love. It should be diabetes-friendly and that matters most.
For Squid Recipe check this out:
Up here my boiled Saba (banana) with jute leaves and grilled mackerel. I usually eat boiled banana, brown rice, mashed potatoe, mashed carrot or even mashed sweet potatoe (Camote) could be boiled also. For my carb also to add boiled corn.
For more recipes about “KALUNAY” please check it out here:
While here mix whole grain or whole wheat pasta in tomatoe sauce and a little bit of meat balls. Whole garins are loaded with fiber. Whole wheat pasta over white pasta much better for us diabetic.
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Red rice and spinach with sardines a very simple and quick lunch for me alone. Someting with greenleafy is always ttasty whatever goes with it. My first time to try red rice was given to me from Nueva Eicija, (Philippines). I should say it is not mine. I prefer the brown one.
For Fried Rice Recipe here:
In my kitchen it should not be Friday to have monggo. I cook it whenever I’m craving for it. Cook it with spinach, kalunay, mangold, alugbati, ampalaya leaves or even ampalaya (bitter melon), malunggay, or camote tops (talbos ng kamote). Usually added meat, minced meat, fish, shrimps, dilis (anchovy), crabs, or even sausages if you are abroad.
May you check these, all about Monggo;
YES! Breaky for the day, salad, whole wheat baguet except orange juice it is for my son. I got tea instead. Maybe you are asking WHY salad?
During summer time if I got up late, salad is good for brunch as well as for braekfast like this. Breaky outside from time to time with my two kids.
This was lunch at work, wild rice, tzatziki or tsatsiki, and saith fillet (seelachsfilet). Aim to eat fish twice a week. Not only at home but also at work. For more FISH Recipes, please check it out here:
Sauteed cauliflower with bok choy, carrot and shrimps. Low carb, with Vitamin C, contains fiber, potassium and folate. It can only good for diabetic. take it away from me Folks!
Since January 15 of this year (2018), I’m working fix night shift. Whenever I came home soup is my hearty breakfast. I got told that offen intake of vegetable and legume soup is good. I have to focus on food to reduce the risk of disease, such as metabolic disorders and cardiovascular.
This soup made out of chicken broth, with a little bit of noodles, cabbage, carrot and parsley topped with few shrimps.
This is also good for breakfast, oats with yoghurt, blue berry, chia seeds and a little bit of honey. It regulates blood sugar, thanks to high fiber and can lower cholesterol.