Daily meal plan for diabetic patients.

Dear Friends,

 This is my first blog and it is thus a little odd that I am starting my internet journey with a meal plan for people who are diabetic. I am sure you know somebody in your family or among your friends who are diabetic and thus I hope this information would be helpful to you. Offcourse this just a suggestion and you should always consult your doctor prior to making any changes to your regular diet. Enjoy and you will hear more from me soon………

BREAKFAST

1 cup cooked Quaker™ Old Fashioned Oatmeal

made with 1 cup skim milk and sugar substitute

4 ounces orange juice

1⁄4 cup 1% milk fat cottage cheese, topped with:

1⁄2 cup water-packed canned mixed fruit

LUNCH

Turkey sandwich:

3 ounces turkey breast

2 slices whole wheat bread

1 tablespoon light mayo

lettuce, tomato slice

5 baby carrots

8 ounces nonfat, sugar-free flavored yogurt

Diet ice tea

SNACK

1 Quaker™ Blueberry Oat Muffin (see recipe)

1 cup skim milk

DINNER

One Quaker™ Dill Salmon Cake (see recipe)

1 cup wild rice pilaf seasoned with

1 teaspoon olive oil and fresh herbs

1 cup steamed broccoli with

1 tablespoon light tub margarine

Salad:

2 cups mixed greens

5 cherry tomatoes

2 tablespoons light dressing

1 slice Angel food cake with

1⁄2 cup sliced strawberries and

2 tablespoons light whipped topping

Diet lemonade

NUTRITION INFORMATION: Approximately 1,945 calories

Carbohydrates 250g (51%), Fiber 30g, Soluble Fiber 11g,

Protein 107g (20%), Fat 62g (30g), Saturated Fat 13g (6%)

Cholesterol 112mg, Sodium 3,900mg

9 starches, 6 Meats, 3 Milk, 3 Fruits, 6 Vegetables, 4 Fats

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