There are a few British classics that have managed to remain family favourites for generations but a good juicy Shepherds pie recipe continues to be served up a dinner tables across the nation every day and a recipe this good has to be one that is part of every good cook’s repertoire!
Good Carbs Vs. Bad Carbs Infographic. This photo exposes you to the different types of carbs (simple and complex) and informs you that carbs are good- if you eat the right ones! Complex carbs (ex.rice, grains, etc) are better for you because they provide energy, makes you fuller with fewer calories, theyre high in nutrients, and they boost your metabolism. The other carbs, simple carbs, do the opposite. They make you hungrier for more, have few nutrients, make you tired, etc.
There isn't a specific "diabetes diet", instead, those with diabetes can manage their condition by enjoying a healthy, well balanced diet that's high in fibre, low in sugar, salt and fat and which also includes the occasional treat. However, we understand that you sometimes may want a little more guidance when making your food choices and that's why BBC Good Food and Diabetes UK have teamed up to highlight some recipes that encompass all the principals of eating well for diabetes.
Diabetics need to be careful about what they eat. There are some foods a diabetic shouldn’t eat, such as those with simple sugars in them or foods that are high in fat and calories. There are some good foods a diabetic can eat, however. When you next go shopping, consider using this diabetes food list in order to select foods that are good for you to eat and that won’t increase your blood sugar levels as much.
Do you or a loved one have type II diabetes? If so, finding healthy snacks can be difficult, especially when trying to control blood sugar. These can help you lose weight and kick the diabetes for good! http://avocadu.com/13-snacks-type-ii-diabetics/