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Easy Low Carb Taco Salad! The Best Taco Salad Recipe on Youtube! I love tacos and can say that they are probably my favorite food. They are not exactly healthy but if you cut out the tortilla shell and make it into a salad you can make it a very low carb diet-friendly meal! What You'll Need: 2 Pounds Ground beef or ground turkey 1 Onion Diced 1 Jalapeno Diced Cilantro 1 cup Salsa Sour Cream 2 Cloves Garlic finely chopped Sea Salt Pepper Sharp Cheddar Cheese Cayenne Pepper Add more peppers if you want it really spicy! xo Mariah Join me on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/dinnerwithmariah Follow me on Twitter! http://twitter.com/dinnermariah Follow me on Pinterest! http://www.pinterest.com/dinnermariah... If you enjoy this video be sure to Subscribe to my channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Personal Bio I have been on and around your TV & Computer screen since 1998. If you havent seen me then its great to meet you and welcome to my channel! This channel started out with me doing 1 new cooking show every day! Now it has evolved into cooking as well as travel, restaurant features, resort reviews and personal videos and also funny videos from my life. Cooking Videos I am 100% self-taught when it comes to cooking and simply wanted to share my passion for great food with you! I also wanted to help anyone intimidated by the prospect of cooking and prove that you can make some seriously delicious things that are very easy, even for a beginner! Travel & Review/Feature Videos I have a serious case of wanderlust and have traveled all over the world and I am now sharing my travels with you through my videos! Thank you again and Welcome! xoxo Mariah Milano

Easy Healthy Taco Salad Recipe With Ground Beef

FREE LOW CARB RECIPES E-BOOK! Sign up to get a FREE low carb recipes e-book, plus get access to subscriber exclusives! (No spam, ever. You can unsubscribe anytime.) This post may contain affiliate links. I may earn a small commission from purchases made through them, at no additional cost to you, which helps keep this content free. (Full disclosure) We’re probably smack in the middle of the hottest time of year right now. In my kitchen, that equals easy, one-pan dinners that avoid the oven and don’t require keeping the stove on for too long. Salads are perfect for checking those boxes, but of course you still need some protein in there to make it a full meal. That’s where this easy and healthy taco salad recipe comes in. You’ve probably seen Mexican taco salad at restaurants before. In case you haven’t, it’s basically like an enormous Mexican taco in bowl form. No taco shell needed! Unlike most restaurant versions, my healthy taco salad is low carb and gluten-free. Easy Taco Salad Ingredients The way to make easy taco salad is to use simple ingredients. After browning the meat, all you have to do is mix everything together! Store bought taco seasoning saves a lot of tim Continue reading >>

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    Animas Pump Users Alert: Discontinuation of One Touch Ping and Vibe Pumps

    "Effective immediately in the US and Canada, Animas will no longer manufacture and sell the Vibe and OneTouch Ping insulin pumps, and will continue to offer supplies, customer service, training, and warranty support through a transition period. “Partner-of-choice” Medtronic will take over Animas supply reordering and support in the “next few months.” The companies will send an email with more details soon. We’d assume Animas’ exit is also coming very soon in other countries besides the US and Canada." https://diatribe.org/animas-closes-operations...
    If you use one, you may already be aware, but if not, there is a GREAT list of questions and answers in the article that may help you figure out what to do next. Who will be offering replacement pumps and a lot more.

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Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/taco-sal... Watch how to make a simple taco salad. Seasoned ground beef, chili beans, and French dressing combine with cheese, tomatoes, tortilla chips, and iceberg lettuce in this classic Mexican-inspired salad. Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Allrecipes Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest http://pinterest.com/allrecipes/

Diabetes, Taco Salad, And Glucerna

I have been compensated by Glucerna for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own. #SteadyIsExciting Back in 1999 was the first time the words diabetes ever entered my life. At that time it was gestational diabetes, I had failed my one hour glucose test and I was being put on a special diet and had to go take the 3 hour test. I passed that one, barely. The day my son was born I was told that I did have gestational diabetes. Fast forward through my next three pregnancies, I had gestational diabetes with each one. With my boys it was diet controlled, my daughter I was put on medication. After she was born I was told my risk of having type two diabetes was very high since I had gestational diabetes with all 4 of my kids. I did what I needed to do and set out on my journey of healthy living. I started running and eating healthier and for almost ten years I did pretty good then this past summer as I began marathon training I began noticing different symptoms. At first I began pricking my finger and testing my blood sugar. Consistently my fasting blood sugar was high and after meals it was borderline. The only time it was any where close to normal was aft Continue reading >>

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    At home A1C tests...Are they worth the cost?

    I have recently been considering purchasing an at home A1C test kit. My last (and only) A1C test was at the doctor's office the day I was diagnosed (April of 2011) and it was 10.6 (which is bad I know). I have since gotten my bg under control and would like to know what my new number is but my doctor is waiting until August to check again. Is the at home A1C test accurate? And if so is it worth the money to buy the test and take at home since it has been 3 months since my last test?

  2. MAYS

    The test are accurate but you should wait until you are tested by your doctor.
    The reason being that if you test your own A1C now and then again in August you may not see a marginal improvement due to the shortness of time between them.
    This discussion may interest you:
    http://www.diabeticconnect.com/discussions/76...
    ~Mays~

  3. Harlen

    Well
    Will your Doc take the test as is or will they order a A1c a0s well
    or do you just wish to know what youe A1c is ?
    If its just for you go for it
    If your 0Doc is going to 0o0rder one0 anyway then I would not
    Best wishes
    Harlen

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TRYING TACO BELL'S WHOLE DOLLAR MENU! - Tacos, Burritos, & Nachos Taco Bell Fast Food Taste Test! i tried every menu item from taco bell's dollar menu! LOL this fast food menu review was literally so fun! it was a challenge tho lol the taco bell challenge! let me know if you guys liked this fast food taste test video! and tell me what other restaurants you want me to try! i really like taco bell, but i really wanna try a bunch of other places! so let me know what restaurants you guys want me to taste test! i tried so many items i got so full! some of the taco bell food i tried was the normal tacos, doritos tacos, burritos, nachos, and a lot more! what's your favorite taco bell value menu item? thank you guys for watching my fast food review! WATCH MY OTHER FOOD TASTE TEST REVIEW VIDEOS! TRYING WENDY'S WHOLE DOLLAR MENU! - Burgers, Fries, Chicken Nuggets & MORE Fast Food Taste Test! https://youtu.be/5g8jAh8tpx4 TRYING 7-ELEVEN HOT FOOD! - Taquitos, Spicy Wings, Pizza, & MORE Taste Test! https://youtu.be/NRRHbIK0mqM TRYING DENNY'S APPETIZERS MENU! - Nachos, Mozzarella Sticks, & MORE Restaurant Taste Test! https://youtu.be/PvF1cZz7iaE TRYING KRISPY KREME DONUTS! - Eating Doughnuts, Pumpkin Pie, & MORE Dessert Taste Test Review! https://youtu.be/qCI7iaXjS5k TRYING TGI FRIDAYS FROZEN APPETIZERS! - Chicken Wings, Mozzarella Sticks, & MORE Taste Test! https://youtu.be/fhmLdGeeEEw TRYING CHEF BOYARDEE CANNED MEALS! - Ravioli, Chicken Alfredo, Mac N' Cheese, & MORE Taste Test! https://youtu.be/bCV3j78OPRY TRYING EASY BAKE OVEN PIZZA MEAL! - DIY Tiny Pizza & Cookies Taste Test! https://youtu.be/H_Ef4CuB1Ng TRYING EVERY PRINGLES FLAVOR! - Pizza, Ranch, Salt and Vinegar, & MORE Chips Taste Test https://youtu.be/FUILSVcgYMs TRYING BANQUET FROZEN MEALS! - Gravy Pie, Chicken Nuggets & Fries, Turkey Dinner, & MORE Taste Test! https://youtu.be/ecge5PcV4jg TRYING EASY BAKE OVEN! - DIY Red Velvet Cake Dessert Taste Test! https://youtu.be/XX4n6QSMSVg TRYING WEIRD LUNCHABLES! - Tiny Pizza, Candy, Chicken Nuggets, & Nachos Taste Test! https://youtu.be/85jDbJ-LqjA TRYING FLAMIN' HOT MAC N' CHEETOS! - Fried Cheeto Mac N' Cheese Taste Test! https://youtu.be/O9qnpHFKpks TRYING WALMART FROZEN MEALS | Food Taste Test https://youtu.be/ybfpebNJX-4

Low Carb Taco Bell Items

A low-carb diet can be difficult to follow, especially when it comes to eating out. Depending on the diet, many low-carb diets restrict carbohydrate intake to fewer than 50 to 150 grams per day, and sometimes as few as 20 grams per day. Although finding foods with fewer than 20 grams of carbs can be challenging at a fast food chain like Taco Bell, it is not impossible. Multiple menu choices will help keep your taste buds happy without busting your carb allowance. Not all of the tacos on Taco Bell's menu have fewer than 20 grams of carbs, however there are quite a few from which to choose. Most of the carbs are contained in the taco shells or tortillas. The Chicken, Fresco Chicken, Beef, Grilled Steak and Fresco Grilled Steak soft tacos all have 18 to 19 grams of carbohydrate per taco. Even lower in carbs are the Crunchy, Fresco Crunchy, Crunchy Taco Supreme, Volcano, Doritos Locos and Doritos Locos Taco Supreme tacos, which have 12 to 15 grams of carbohydrate per taco. Sides and Beverages There are few side dishes at Taco Bell that you can get for 20 grams of carbs or fewer. Mexican Rice and Pintos 'n' Cheese both contain exactly 20 grams of carbohydrate per serving, and a Cheese R Continue reading >>

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  1. Lucy

    I've switched to humalog now, due to the apidra blackout.
    I've either really noticed a difference, or my bgs are naturally doing bazaar things atm. The pattern so far appears to be highs at 2hrs ... higher than i've been at 1hrpp with the same dose of apidra. Followed by really late lows. EG
    Monday i ate at 1945 and the low was midnight-1am ish.
    Ate at 9pm last night, the low didn't hit until 1-2 am.
    Lows requiring half a bottle of lucozade to crawl up to 4 at 1am really aren't appealing. I am doing lantus first thing in the morning now, so i am putting them down to the humalog. Perhaps i'm tending to use more humalog to try and stem the spike or something... but surely it shouldn't last that long? These lows are like 4-5 hrs after bolusing. Apidra stopped doing anything much by 3-4 hrs.
    Any ideas?

  2. himtoo

    Hi Lucy
    only ever used novorapid so cant compare insulins but your lows at 5 hours do compare ( timewise) with my experience on novorapid.
    and your comment about additional requirement rings true for me as well -- i seem to spike quite high at 2 hours after some meals but drop it all back off after 5-6 hours
    though it is not consistent that i spike high after every meal

  3. Liam

    Novorapid and humalog both last 4-5 hours so yes it could be the humalog (most likely is) More isn't the way to get rid of 2hr spikes if 4hrs are good or low, what you need to do for the spikes is move the does to maybe 15 mins or 30 mins before eating (or just spike) I do a bit of both myself, depending on how I feel and how it fits in with my meal / day. I try to take it 10-15 mins before eating but that doesn't always happen and can be risky if you aren't 100% sure you'll be able to eat. Like the other day I took my novorapid, went to get the food to find I hadn't put the oven on and my food was still cold.
    The lows might mean you need less but it could be with timing you might not.

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