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.
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NYT Cooking: This elegant riff on a childhood favorite came to The Times in 2009 by way of Jamie Oliver, the British chef and cookbook author. It was featured in his cookbook “Jamie’s Food Revolution: Rediscover How to Cook Simple, Delicious, Affordable Meals," and it's a favorite of his daughters, Poppy and Daisy. It's wholesome (no powdered cheese!), and it can be ready in about 15 minutes.