Recipes For Diabetics

Recipes For Diabetics

Your blog is up and running, but there is no one reading it. What do you do next? How can you get people to read your posts? This article will let you know some secrets top bloggers use to ensure they get people visiting and reading their blogs. If you want to boost your readership, continue reading below.

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The most important step to take, if you want to increase your visitor numbers, is to optimize your blog for search engines. There are many techniques for doing this, from including key phrases in your URL and titles to adding a site map on your blog, but these techniques are changing rapidly. Every time Google updates its algorithms, SEO methods have to catch up to it. That means you should research advice which is current to ensure you aren’t engaging in changes which won’t actually help you out. Find some articles on the topic written recently and use their advice.

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Consider what sites people who would enjoy your content already visit. For example, if you write about recipes for diabetics, you could post on forums geared towards those with diabetes and include the link to your blog in your signature, if that is allowed. You could also join groups for diabetics on Facebook while adding a link to your site in your profile. Swapping links with other sites can help increase the exposure of your blog, so find similar blogs which are already popular and trade links with them.

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Trading blog posts is another way to share traffic with blogs on the same topic as yours, or at least a similar topic. For example, if you share ideas for a green household, you could swap posts with a blog about cloth diapering. Both are environmentally friendly ideas, and the audience of both blogs is likely quite similar in their demographics. You could also swap posts with a blog about green architecture, environmentally friendly gardening or healthy eating. The same people who read those blogs will likely be interested in the content of your posts, so reaching out to them is a great idea. Be sure to write a post on the topic of the blog you’re posting on, but include your topic as well.

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Use social media to get the word out about your blog. First, add sharing links to your posts so that those who already read them can share them with their followers. Next, create social media accounts for your blog so that you can share your posts there and engage in conversation with you readers. Be sure to post on other people’s accounts with your site’s account to spread the word that you exist and enjoy the topics you are discussing.

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  1. Reply

    What Are The Best Search Engines To Use? Besides MSN, Google and Yahoo can anyone recommend some good search engines to use. If it’s not to much trouble could you please include some links. Thank you.

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    • Tristan!
    • December 6, 2013
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    Recipes For Diabetics That Are Able To Freeze? My grandparents used to cook very good dinners for themselves all the time, but now since they can’t cook much anymore I have decided to make dinners for them that can be freezed and then baked so I can give them many dinners at once, and they can pick which they want for that night. My grandpa has type 2 diabetes though, and he’s very overweight. My grandma has very bad acid reflex so I have to be aware of those two things. Thank you so much to anyone who has recipes or websites.

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      Here is a low acid white chili recipe. I have made it with ground turkey in place of the chili and it was fine. I don’t see any ingredient in it that would increase glucose levels, so it is good for your grandfather too. It is a large recipe, but most chili recipes freeze beautifully. You could freeze in serving size containers (for up to 4 months) and also freeze some serving sizes of brown rice.

      This chili is packed with flavor and fiber.
      Minutes to Prepare: 10Minutes to Cook: 30Number of Servings: 12

      Ingredients
      1 T olive oil
      2 lbs (32 oz) chicken breasts, boneless and skinless, diced into 1-inch cubes or ground turkey
      1 onion, diced
      3 cloves garlic, grated
      1 t salt
      1 t ground cumin
      1/2 t chili powder
      1/8 t cloves, ground
      1/8 t cayenne pepper
      4 (15.5 oz cans) cannelloni (white kidney) beans, drained and rinsed
      28 oz chicken stock, low sodium
      2 c corn, frozen
      2 (4 oz cans) green chilis
      1 lime
      3/4 c low fat, shredded monterey jack cheese

      Directions
      Heat oil in a heavy saucepan over medium heat. Add onion and saute until translucent. Add chicken or ground turkey. Cook until chicken is no longer pink, about 5-7 minutes. Add garlic cloves and spices, continue to cook for 1-2 minutes. Add beans and stock. Stir and simmer for 25 minutes. Add corn and green chilis , continue to simmer for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and squeeze lime into chili. Serve with 1 tablespoon of cheese per cup of soup.
      If you prefer a thicker chili, puree 1/4 of the soup before you add the corn.

      Other good dishes to make and freeze for them would be:
      Chicken Soup with vegetables, cook some short whole grain pasta types in the soup for a hardier soup.
      Beef & Vegetable Soup or stews freeze well also.
      Turkey, chicken or beef swedish type meatballs also freeze very well.

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    • Saoirsesong
    • December 12, 2013
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    Can You Help Me Find A Recipe For A Diabetic Birthday Cake And Frosting With Carb Exchanges Listed ? My 3 yr. old daughter has been recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. My stepsons birthday is this weekend and I planned on just getting a recipe for the birthday cake online. There are thousands of recipes, but not many with the carb exchanges listed so that I know how much insulin to give her. Many of the recipes online are for adults. I need a recipe for just a plain white cake. Also I need a recipe for a diabetic frosting as well. Please help if you can!

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      • Admin
      • December 12, 2013
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      I have a diabetic cookbook, if you email me and tell me what flavor you want, i will get one for you. my email is my screen name at yahoo.com, of course. also, be careful with artificial sweetners, because some can have the same affect on insulin levels that sugar does…i have read that Splenda does. you can actually use splenda in any recipe you have now and substitute it cup for cup for the sugar. it doesn’t have the calories of sugar, at least, and it tastes the same. you might want to speak to a diatician, because in a lot of cases, diabetics can have some sugar, you just have to balance it with other things like proteins to help keep the blood sugar stable.

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    • Saoirsesong
    • December 23, 2013
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    Can You Help Me Find A Recipe For A Diabetic Birthday Cake And Frosting With Carb Exchanges Listed ? My 3 yr. old daughter has been recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. My stepsons birthday is this weekend and I planned on just getting a recipe for the birthday cake online. There are thousands of recipes, but not many with the carb exchanges listed so that I know how much insulin to give her. Many of the recipes online are for adults. I need a recipe for just a plain white cake. Also I need a recipe for a diabetic frosting as well. Please help if you can!

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      • Admin
      • December 23, 2013
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      I have a diabetic cookbook, if you email me and tell me what flavor you want, i will get one for you. my email is my screen name at yahoo.com, of course. also, be careful with artificial sweetners, because some can have the same affect on insulin levels that sugar does…i have read that Splenda does. you can actually use splenda in any recipe you have now and substitute it cup for cup for the sugar. it doesn’t have the calories of sugar, at least, and it tastes the same. you might want to speak to a diatician, because in a lot of cases, diabetics can have some sugar, you just have to balance it with other things like proteins to help keep the blood sugar stable.

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    • ¸¸.•*´`*♥ Selah 21 ¸¸.•*´`*♥
    • January 1, 2014
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    What’s Some Good Diabetic Recipe Treats I Can Make On X-mas Day 4 My Parents Bc Theyre Both Diabetic Plz Help I know theres got to be some good recipes for treats for diabetics that I could make since my parents can’t eat much of sugar and other stuff.

    Please help me I’d like to cook and bake something for them delicious so they don’t miss out on their treat either.

    Thank you in advance

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      Hi, try this link:
      http://fabreviews.net/Recommends/american-diabetes-services-recipes
      they’ve got free diabetic recipes for appetizers, entrees, sides, and more.
      My favorite is the oatmeal cookies

      http://wildcashflow.com

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    • Chq
    • January 26, 2014
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    What Are Some Candy Recipes That Are Safe For Diabetics? I always make my teachers candy (fudge, truffles, etc.) for the holidays, but this year one of my teachers is diabetic. Does anyone know any candy recipes that are safe for diabetics? What are the dietary restrictions anyway? I really don’t want to kill my teacher, she gave me an A.

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      Blueberry Bake

      “This low fat, low sugar dessert is great made with blackberries, too! Preparation time: 20 minutes. This recipe is from The WEBB Cooks, articles and recipes by Robyn Webb, courtesy of the American Diabetes Association

      Prep Time:
      30 MinCook Time:
      40 MinReady In:
      1 Hr 30 Min

      Servings (Help)
      US Metric Calculate
      Original Recipe Yield 1 – 8×11 inch baking dish

      Ingredients
      1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
      1 teaspoon baking powder
      1/2 teaspoon baking soda
      1 tablespoon white sugar
      1/2 cup lowfat buttermilk
      2 tablespoons honey
      1 tablespoon white sugar
      1 tablespoon cornstarch
      1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
      1 cup water
      2 tablespoons lemon juice
      3 cups fresh blueberries

      Directions
      Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).
      To Make Biscuit Topping: In a medium bowl combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, and 1 tablespoon sugar. Mix well then stir in buttermilk just until all ingredients are moistened and dough forms a ball. Set aside.
      To Make Berry Filling: In a large saucepan combine honey, 1 tablespoon sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon, water, and lemon juice. Mix until smooth, then add berries. Simmer over medium heat, stirring gently, until thickened (about 10 minutes). Spoon berry mixture into an 8×11 inch nonstick casserole dish.
      Drop biscuit dough onto berry mixture by tablespoonfuls.
      Bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes, or until biscuits are lightly browned.

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    • Motherduck19652002
    • February 20, 2014
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    No Bake Cookie Recipe For Diabetics.? Yes, does anyone out there have a receipe for No Bake Cookies for diabetics. I have one that uses sugar and need one for spenden. it is the one cook on top of cook stove cocoa, butter, milk, and vanilla and oats and sugar and peanut butter. If you have one i would appreciate it very much. Thanks

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      • Admin
      • February 20, 2014
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      Why not buy a diabetic cookbook? Or go to the library for recipes. Or better yet do a web search? There is many many site for people that have this problem.

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    • Vivi
    • February 28, 2014
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    Hanukkah/Holiday Recipes For Diabetics? I’ve looked on-line at Epicurious, Food Network etc and so many mains/entrees have a sweet sauce. I am gentile by birth, and why I’ve chosen to cook Jewish food this time of year, I’m not sure.

    Any suggestions welcome. Thanks

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      • Admin
      • February 28, 2014
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      I don’t know much about diabetic cooking, but you could check out this link which has different articles on Hunukkah recipes.
      http://www.aish.com/chanukahguide/

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    • Claire
    • April 3, 2014
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    Diabetic Cake Recipes? My grandad is in the hospital right now. He has recently been diagnosed with diabetes (this is not why he is in hospital) but is really craving sweet things and misses them. i want to bake him some cupcakes or something to cheer him up. I would like to use a diabetic recipe so there is no sugar in them what so ever but know that not all of the recipes taste very good being diabetic myself i am usually disappointed when i try things.
    I wonder if anyone has any recipes they can share for cupcakes or something similar and if possible frosting too?

    thank you x

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      Here are a bunch of desert recipes (and dinner recipes) for diabetics that are low in sugar.

      Diabetic Recipes – http://www.gourmet-living.com/category.html?category=diabetic

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    • Aimeex
    • May 3, 2014
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    Cake Recipes For Diabetics And Vegans? Im struggling to find any cakes suitable for diabetics and vegans? has anyone got any recipes they don’t mind sharing

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      Every recipe is suitable for diabetics and vegans-
      just replace sugar with Splenda,
      dairy milk with non-dairy milk,
      and use 1 tbsp flax seed + 3 tbsp hot water (whisked) for each egg….

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    • Nikki
    • May 15, 2014
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    Diabetic Food Recipes? My grandmother is a borderline Diabetic and she loves food. She has a major sweet tooth and loves carbs but can’t eat any of that stuff nowadays. I’ve been looking around at recipes online and found a few that looked ok. But I would rather ask someone who’s maybe tried the food before I go buy everything to cook. I’m 15 so its not that easy to get to the super market and buy all that stuff.

    Basically I wanna hear from people who’ve made food for diabetics or something close at least. Tell me your favorite recipes are for either breakfast, lunch, Dinner, or/and Dessert.

    She doesn’t have any food allergies and will eat just about everything. She is a little heavy though so low on the fat, and maybe and not to much sodium since she is on high blood pressure meds. If it helps she’s Japanese but likes all types of foods.

    If you could help I’d really appreciate it. I will give a best answer. Thanks ?

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      Well, I don’t have any specific recipes, but for me, it has mostly been a switch to whole meal cereals and bread, more veggies, and portion control. Having gone through a lot of cook books (real and online), the biggest difference from other cookbook/recipes has NOT been the recipes themselves, but the attention to portion control. *Quite* strict portion control (that has been the most difficult part for me).

      And lollipops/hard candy. Surprised? I was, too. I went to a dietitian, and was asking about sugar free sweets, and she said to try satisfying my sweet tooth with lollies, hard candies, or gum. It turns out the small size of the candies means they are really not contributing a lot of carbs, so spiking is minimal. Assuming one or two pieces, which has really worked for me.

      FWIW, I have tried sugar free candies (sugar alcohols have about half the calories and similarly low glycaemic index), and they are really good, too. The negative side: too much sugar free candy can have a laxative effect.

      I just reread your question, and please forgive my stereotyping, but…no white rice. Switch to brown rice, it has a lower glycaemic index.

      [EDIT – I was looking through one of my “diabetic” recipe books, and mostly reiterate what I said above. There are a lot of recipes in the book that contain white rice, white flour, and potatoes. These are things I really can’t have, because they spike my glucose levels, so, obviously it is different from person to person. Your grandma’s glucose testing 2 hours after meals will be your best source of what is acceptable or not. Well, that and her tastebuds ?

      Potatoes have been the hardest for me to go without, since I can at least substitute whole meal flour and brown rice, but potatoes are largely off-limits to me. Sweet potatoes are reasonable, due to their higher fiber content, but still cause quite a spike, and…well, they just aren’t potatoes.

      Looking at my diet lately: lots of legumes and veggies. Also, reduce the use of saturated fats and/or trans fats — while neither are directly involved in diabetes, it has been suggested they aggravate insulin resistance. So, stick to veggy-sourced oils.]

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    • Angel666
    • May 22, 2014
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    Trifle Recipe For Diabetics? Hi,
    I am looking to make a Trifle this Christmas, but I need to make everything from scratch,as my Partner is Diabetic so am willing to invest quite a bit of time making it.
    I am looking for any type of trifle, not necessarily a normal english trifle.
    Thank you for all responses in advanced.
    If anyone would like any mor info, please feel free to ask.

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      My best friend gave me an awesome recipe site that works in English speaking countries only though:http://recipestoolbar.com . You type what you want to know about food, and great recipes will come out instantly. You just have to download it. It’s free and safe then you can use the rest of your life. Try it! Have fun cooking. I hope this will help.

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