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Gestational Confessional #2: Buffalo Wings (normal~ish)

Gestational Confessional #2: Buffalo Wings (normal~ish)

Gestational Confessional #2: Buffalo Wings I have been obsessing about food for the past 13 weeks. When I was pregnant with Henry, my first symptoms were odd food cravings: chicken broth (for breakfast) and refried beans with cojita cheese. So, fine, I ate some weird things. I made sure to eat breakfast first thing everyday and, in turn, mostly felt really great. My first trimester was a breeze. I know now how lucky I was then. This first trimester, however, has been fraught with a double-whammy. First, the nausea. I should preface this by saying I know it could be SO much worse (Hi Mom, who spent 40 barfy weeks gestating me). But after surviving a pregnancy with no morning sickness, this was an unwelcome surprise. So there have been lots of food aversions. Lots of plugging-my-ears when Eric mentions some unpalatable idea for dinner: "Lalalalalalala ... stop talking about that NOW." There was the unfortunate night of Thai takeout which included a mussaman curry that I can just barely muster the stomach to think about now, two months later. Many nights of replaying the pathetic scenario: I need to eat / ugh, nothing sounds good / OK, I'll have cereal for dinner again. Then came the second part of the whammy: no more cereal for dinner, breakfast, or likely any time until next March. I learned that I am an anomaly -- a rare breed whose insulin reacts to pregnancy hormones in their most minute amounts. Most people don't get diagnosed with gestational diabetes until they are 24-28 weeks pregnant -- far past the first trimester nausea issues. But I got the special privilege of juggling nausea/food aversions along with the strict dietary restrictions of gestational diabetes in the volatile first trimester. Simple carbs are out: all of the mild, easy-to-digest, comfort foods, Continue reading >>

Foods You Can Eat With Gestational Diabetes

Foods You Can Eat With Gestational Diabetes

Foods You Can Eat With Gestational Diabetes A health-care professional for more than 10 years, Rica Lewis has obtained numerous certifications in the industry. In 2006 she began channeling her knowledge into health-related articles for print and online publications. Her work has appeared in "Metroparent Magazine," "Anew Heart Healthcare Magazine" and community newspapers. Lewis earned a diploma from LongRidge Writers Institute. Special meal planning for gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes affects pregnant women whose blood sugar levels are elevated during pregnancy. Women who do not have diabetes outside of pregnancy can get gestational diabetes. Expecting mothers are typically tested as a routine part of medical care. The disease is thought to be caused by the placentas hormones blocking the action of the mothers insulin, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). The goal of treatment is to keep blood glucose levels normal. Special meal planning in addition to blood glucose monitoring and insulin injections are all aspects of treatment. When planning meals, the ADA recommends women with gestational diabetes limit fat intake to 30 percent or less of daily calories. A healthy breakfast for women with gestational diabetes might begin with whole grain toast with sugar-free jelly, a teaspoon of butter or margarine, one egg and a side of fresh fruit. Lunch could include a leafy green salad with a variety of vegetables, topped with a vinegar and oil dressing or a light variety with low sugar. Lean meats like turkey or chicken are also great salad toppers and can provide a substantial source of protein. Soups can also be great lunch meals and can incorporate a host of vegetables. Packaged foods should be limited, as they are often higher in calories, carboh Continue reading >>

Eating Healthy At Buffalo Wild Wings

Eating Healthy At Buffalo Wild Wings

You are here: Home / Weight Loss / Eating Healthy at Buffalo Wild Wings One of my husband and my favorite eating out spots is B-dubs! We like to chill there and watch football, especially since we are too cheap for cable, so its how we see all the good games! Eating healthy at Buffalo Wild Wings is challenging. Perhaps one of the most challenging spots because well, its a sports bar. And theyre not exactly known for the healthiest options. But no challenge is to great to help you, my dear readers, (and goodness myselfthat place is always a death trap for my diet!). Disclaimer: I recognize that fast food even upscale fast food is what it islots of sodium, processed food, probably GMOs, animals raised in factory farmsmy point is NOT to laud fast food as the healthiest choice, but to help you discover some of the healthiest fast food options out there. They have an allergen list online which is great for people with food sensitivities and allergies. You can watch your favorite sports teams on a bunch of t.v.s while you eat! The atmosphere is relaxed and fun. No one there is taking things too seriouslywell, besides the games! B-dubs doesnt have nutritional information on their website. I actually had to look up most of it by comparing various nutrition calculators feedback. They could definitely make it easier for customers to find their dietary information. Update May 2016: BWW now has its calorie information online here! There arent many healthy options. At all. I know their target demographic is probably not the health nut crowd, but I think Americans are generally getting more informed about their health and BWW seems woefully behind. Naked Tenders are 260 calories; the total fat is 6 grams. Seriously good, nutritional info! Boneless wings snack size plain are 500 calo Continue reading >>

Menu Item Recommendations When Eating Out

Menu Item Recommendations When Eating Out

Menu Item Recommendations When Eating Out I'd like to still indulge once in a while and go out w/ friends. Do you guys have any "go to menu items" at the nationwide restaurants that you know are GDM friendly? I've had good luck with chicken strips or nuggets with side salad. Can't have fries. I'd love to hear some other ideas too, as it makes it hard as to enjoy time with family and friends before baby comes. Burger wrapped in lettuce (no bun) with small fries (watch out for thousand island or ketchup) Some type of bowl (like Chipotle) with a meat, veggies and rice (I.e. burrito with no tortilla) Salads that have meat or eggs or cheese (or all three) And of course you can't go wrong ordering a plate of steak/chicken/fish and veggies (if there are no carbs on the plate, you're even allowed a roll or bread and butter that comes with dinner!) I've eaten my weight in chicken wings when out lately and that amount of protein barely affects my numbers! Chick-fil-A's salads have been great too but beware of the vinegar-based dressings as they actually have more carbs than the fattier ranches As long as you have a good amount of protein you should be able to enjoy a reasonable amount of carbs. When I go out with my husband we will split a platter of beef nachos and my numbers are good, even though I feel like I've eaten something so sinfully carby! Everyone has a different tolerance though, so you might have to experiment a bit to see what works for you. Continue reading >>

Buffalo Wild Wings: Best & Worst Things | Eat This Not That

Buffalo Wild Wings: Best & Worst Things | Eat This Not That

13 Best and Worst Things About Buffalo Wild Wings America may love chicken wings, but we're clucking obsessed with Buffalo Wild Wings. Here's everything you need to know about your favorite restaurant. Buffalo Wild Wings, known to diehard fans as "B-Dubs," got its start in the 80s when business partners Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery were unable to find their favorite New York-style chicken wings in Columbus, Ohio. After creating their own signature wing sauce, they opened the first Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant on the campus of The Ohio State University. Since then, more than a thousand additional restaurants have opened across America, Canada, Mexico, the Middle East, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. But if you're truly as big a Buffalo Wild Wings fan as you claim, you likely already knew all of that. Here are 13 of the best and worst things about your favorite restaurant chain you probably don't know. And while you've got dining out on your mind, be sure to check out these 25 Things Fast Food Chains Don't Want You to Know . THE GOOD: Your Taste Buds Will Never Get Bored Not only does Buffalo Wild Wings offer wings smothered in 21 different sauces and seasonings, they also serve up a wide range of other dishes like soups (410-420 calories), street tacos (480 calories), sandwiches (the Southwest Philly has just 530 calories), burgers (the classic burger is the safest bet), and salads (the garden chicken salad with grilled chicken is the healthiest option). With such a wide range of options, it's nearly impossible to get boredno matter how many times your best friend drags you there to watch a game. For even more belly-safe restaurant orders, be sure to check out our report, 25 Restaurant Meals Under 500 Calories . THE BAD: The Wings Are Saltier Than Ocean Water It's no Continue reading >>

Women In India With Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Strategy (wings): Methodology And Development Of Model Of Care For Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (wings 4).

Women In India With Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Strategy (wings): Methodology And Development Of Model Of Care For Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (wings 4).

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seethapathy Clinic and Hospital, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. The Women In India with GDM Strategy (WINGS) project was conducted with the aim of developing a model of care (MOC) suitable for women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) in low- and middle-income countries. The WINGS project was carried out in Chennai, Southern India, in two phases. In Phase I, a situational analysis was conducted to understand the practice patterns of health-care professionals and to determine the best screening criteria through a pilot screening study. Phase II involved developing a MOC-based on findings from the situational analysis and evaluating its effectiveness. The model focused on diagnosis, management, and follow-up of women with GDM who were followed prospectively throughout their pregnancy. An educational booklet was provided to all women with GDM, offering guidance on self-management of GDM including sample meal plans and physical activity tips. A pedometer was provided to all women to monitor step count. Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) was the first line of treatment given to women with GDM. Women were advised to undergo fasting blood glucose and postprandial blood glucose testing every fortnight. Insulin was indicated when the target blood glucose levels were not achieved with MNT. Women were evaluated for pregnancy outcomes and postpartum glucose tolerance status. The WINGS MOC offers a comprehensive package at every level of care for women with GDM. If successful, this MOC will be scaled up to other resource-constrained settings with the hope of improving lives of women with GDM. Asian Indians; South Asians; WINGS; gestational diabetes mellitus; management; model of care; pregnancy outcomes; screening and diagnosis Continue reading >>

What I Ate When I Couldn't Eat Anything: Facing Gestational Diabetes As A Food Lover

What I Ate When I Couldn't Eat Anything: Facing Gestational Diabetes As A Food Lover

What I Ate When I Couldn't Eat Anything: Facing Gestational Diabetes as a Food Lover Whether food is your comfort, your hobby, or your profession, gestational diabetes is tough. Here's what you can eat. [Photograph: Shutterstock ] In the first few months of my pregnancy, friends often asked me how I was dealing with life without wine, beer, and cocktails; without buttery pieces of toro at my beloved neighborhood sushi bar; without the various other foods most people avoid when they're carrying a baby. Early on, none of those things mattered much to me; I was too sick to crave much more than mac and cheese. Coffee and wine started to taste oddly bitter and flat to me, but it didn't seem that awful to wait 40 weeks to get back to enjoying them. My local bar always managed to serve me some creative alcohol-free concoction. (Pineapple juice and savory Cel-ray? Highly recommended.) I took advantage of California's citrus season, buying pounds of floral Oro Blanco grapefruits and tangerines for making fresh juice. Fruit never tasted better: I sent my husband on wild goose chases for out-of-season mangoes, and celebrated the early arrival of local strawberries by eating a pint every day. And I had ice cream: pints of salted caramel at home, cones of Bi-Rite's insanely rich buffalo-milk soft serve during walks around the park. In challenging moments in those first few months, Max reminded me that "at least it's an excuse to eat all the ice cream you could desire." (I never did convince him to ship me some homemade pints of this crazy chocolate number from New York.) But in mid-March I found myself undergoing a hazing ritual pretty much all pregnant women experience: you show up at the hospital with an empty stomach, get your blood drawn, and then chug a bottle of extra-strong Continue reading >>

Baby Makin' : Gestational Diabetes Update

Baby Makin' : Gestational Diabetes Update

Since it's been almost a month since I got the call that I have gestational diabetes , I figured now is as good as any to update on how things have been going. At my 31 week OB appointment , I got the low down on what that would mean for the rest of my pregnancy. I was prescribed a monitor (it's purple!) and was told to test four times a day: as soon as I get up, and 2 hours after each meal. The day I started testing, I'll admit, I was nervous. I knew, logically, that the needle I was using was tiny, but come on, who wants to stick themselves moments after waking up? The build up of nerves was a lot worse than the actual act and it really doesn't hurt all that much. I will say, however, for any of you ladies that used injectables or did IVF, I have even more respect for you. I don't know how you do those PIO shots. Figuring our which finger would be the most cooperative was a bit of trial and error. For most of my readings the first weekend, I had to poke myself three times because I wasn't getting enough blood. It really only takes a drop, but I would poke myself and nothing(seriously, nothing) would come out. I thought I was doing something incorrect, so I had Keegan poke me once, and he couldn't get anything out either. My fingers were pretty bruised for a while because the blood pooled under the skin when it wouldn't come out. I was hoping to be able to rotate through all of my fingers so that I wouldn't be poking the same one over and over again, but it looks like my left hand pinky finger is the best at giving up the goods. I try to move the poke around the pad of my finger, but it's looking a little worse for wear. I was told to try and keep my levels under 100 for the fasting reading and in the 120s for the reading after each meal. I was also told that my OB wo Continue reading >>

Best And Worst Meals For Diabetes-savvy Dining

Best And Worst Meals For Diabetes-savvy Dining

Balance Your Choices When you have type 2 diabetes, you need to eat a good mix of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats. So what's a well-balanced dinner? A power breakfast? The following meal examples can help you make better choices. Some people find it helps to count carbs. Keep in mind recommendations from your doctor or nutritionist, too. The Count: 2,060 calories, 276 g carbs No food is off-limits with diabetes, but this brunch will blow your carb and calorie budget in a hurry. Experts suggest that meals for people with diabetes should have 45-75 grams of carbohydrates, depending on individual goals. Your body weight, activity, and medications all matter. This meal packs enough carbs for four to five meals. The Count: 294 calories, 40 g carbs This quick meal delivers protein in a scrambled egg, and just 40 carbs, mostly from fiber-rich oatmeal and blueberries. Fiber slows digestion to help prevent blood sugar spikes. People with diabetes need to watch all types of carbs: cereal, bread, rice, pasta, starchy veggies, sweets, fruit, milk, and yogurt. Spread your total carbs across the day. The Count: 1,760 calories, 183 g carbs. Before one bite of burrito, you can get 98 grams of carbs and 810 calories in a basket of chips and salsa. If you're trying to slim down and eat less sodium, like many people with diabetes, the burrito adds 950 calories. You also get way more than a whole day's worth of sodium. The Count: 443 calories, 48 g carbs Lean beef and black beans make this Mexican dish a good option for a diabetic diet. The fiber in the beans can help lower blood cholesterol and control blood sugar. Go heavy on the veggies and light on cheese. Enjoy 10 small corn chips (1 ounce) with a little guacamole. The Count: 2,510 calories, 83 g carbs This classic Southern m Continue reading >>

Pre-pregnancy Lifestyle Impacts Gestational Diabetes Risk

Pre-pregnancy Lifestyle Impacts Gestational Diabetes Risk

Pre-pregnancy Lifestyle Impacts Gestational Diabetes Risk facebook linkedin twitter email copy link NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A woman's pre-pregnancy lifestyle may strongly impact her risk of developing diabetes while pregnant. Healthy eating, regular exercise, healthy weight and no history of smoking before pregnancy were each powerfully linked to whether women would develop "gestational diabetes," according to a new U.S. study. Women with all four healthy lifestyle factors before becoming pregnant were more than 80 percent less likely to develop gestational diabetes than those with none of them, researchers found. Maintaining a healthy body weight throughout one's reproductive life would confer the greatest benefit, said Dr. Cuilin Zhang, the study's lead author from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland. The results also highlight the potential benefit of integrating lifestyle counseling into preconception care, she told Reuters Health. Zhang and her coauthors analyzed data on 14,437 women who participated in Nurses' Health Study II, from the time it began in 1989 to 2001, and looked at how their lifestyles related to their risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy. Each of the individual factors was related to a lower gestational diabetes risk independently from the other three, according to Zhang. But in combinations, they were even more potent. For instance, being a non-smoker, getting in at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity a week and maintaining a healthy diet was associated with a 41 percent lower risk of gestational diabetes, as compared with all other pregnancies. "A healthful diet was one higher in intakes of vegetables, fruit, nuts, whole grains, polyunsaturated fatty acids and lon Continue reading >>

Gestational Diabetes Menu - Week 5

Gestational Diabetes Menu - Week 5

Day 1 (Another day of double showers...forgive the randomness of food) Breakfast (18 carbs)- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Chewy Granola Bar Mid-morning Snack, Lunch, Afternoon-Snack (37 carbs)- avocado chicken salad, artichoke bars, ham and swiss on a Hawaiian roll, raw vegetables with spinach dip Dinner, Before-bed Snack (40 carbs)-raw veggies and spinach dip, pulled pork, chicken tender with breading removed, hummus and veggies Breakfast (18 carbs)- Fiber One 90 CalorieCinnamon Coffee Cake Afternoon Snack- none today due to late, large, higher carb lunch Dinner (44 carbs)- Homemade turkey meatloaf, 3 Tbsp hashbrown casserole, tossed salad, 3 Tbsp baked beans Before-bed Snack- none tonight due to a late, higher carb dinner Breakfast (13 carbs)- avocado chicken salad, ham and cheese, and Dannon Light & FitStrawberry Greekyogurt Mid-morning Snack- skipped today due to later breakfast Lunch (25 carbs)- turkey meatloaf with tossed salad and ranch Afternoon Snack (9 carbs)- BlueBell No Sugar Added Mooo Bar Dinner (18 carbs)- Ruth's Chris Crabtini, Petite Filet with Shrimp, and creamed spinach Before-bed Snack (7 carbs)- Planter's deluxe mixed nuts Breakfast (18 carbs)- Fiber One 90 Calorie Cinnamon Coffee Cake Mid-morning Snack (20 carbs)- Dannon Light & Fit Vanilla Yogurt with Planter's Deluxe Mixed Nuts Lunch (34 carbs)- Tuna Salad Sandwich Ready Starkist pack, 1 wedge of Laughing Cow white cheddar cheese, Special K multi-grain crackers, and one Dove dark chocolate square Afternoon Snack (9 carbs)- Blue Bell No Sugar Added Mooo Bar Dinner (31 carbs)- low-carb broccoli cheese soup, Frigo string cheese, and 1/2 C of mixed fruit cocktail Before-bed Snack (14 carbs)- Nature Valley Peanut Butter and Dark ChocolateProtein Bar Breakfast (16 carbs)- Dannon Light and Fit Blueberr Continue reading >>

33 Best Gestational Diabetes Diet -plan Images On Pinterest | Healthy Meals, Low Carb Recipes And Rezepte

33 Best Gestational Diabetes Diet -plan Images On Pinterest | Healthy Meals, Low Carb Recipes And Rezepte

A different take on stuffed peppers. Plus a little guac on the side. Buffalo Ranch Stuffed Peppers, a really tasty low carb idea, have to try! via Primally Inspired This Crockpot Ranch Chicken recipe has just 4 ingredients, chicken, butter, cream cheese and packet of ranch Low-Carb Pepperoni Pizza Chicken Bake (Video) Low-Carb Pepperoni Pizza Chicken Bake (Gluten-Free - 45 mins, serves 1 jar oz) pizza sauce reduced to 1 cup (use the lowest-carb sauce you can find, or make your own pizza sauce and omit the (Pepperoni Pizza Recipes) Bacon, Butter, Cheese & Garlic: A Special Meal for my Valentine.creamed spinach&mushroom smothered chicken, etc. Appetizer/Finger Food-Pickle Roll-Ups, so easy and yummy. Absolutely love these-great appetizer or picnic finger food. I like to slice the pickle in thin strips. Shopping List for Diabetics 50 Best Foods For Your Grocery List Low Carb Snack Recipes, Low Carb Snacks, Low Carbohydrate Snacks cream cheese and chopped olives stuffed celery 50 Healthy Low Calorie Weight Loss Dinner Recipes! Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole made with familiar Cordon Bleu ingredients (Ham, Swiss cheese, and boneless chicken breasts) For low carb use coconut flour instead of regular and use crushed pork rinds instead of bread crumbs. Peace, Love, and Low Carb: Boneless Buffalo Wings 1 lb. Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast - cut into large chunks 1 cups crushed pork rinds Cup grated Parmesan Cheese Cup Franks Red Hot Wing Sauce 2 Tbs. Peace and Love) Olive Oil Hypothyroidism Diet Recipes - Snacks are an important part of a type 2 diabetes diet and can help regulate blood sugar. Try munching on these healthy snacks that are quick to make. - Get the Entire Hypothyroidism Revolution System Today Healthy Diabetic Recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies. each coconut flou Continue reading >>

Buffalo Wild Wings Breading Ingredients Buffalo

Buffalo Wild Wings Breading Ingredients Buffalo

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