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What To Eat With Diabetes: Winning Ice Creams

What To Eat With Diabetes: Winning Ice Creams

The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 bes Continue reading >>

Canadians - Chapman's No-sugar-added Ice Creams...

Canadians - Chapman's No-sugar-added Ice Creams...

Canadians - Chapman's No-Sugar-Added Ice creams... Before anything else - if you're an ice cream lover it would be best to get real cream, frozen/cooled ingredients and make your own. However, if that's not an option for whatever reason... FYI, I've been trying a few of these lately, because unlike most commercially-prepared ice creams, many of these have REAL CREAM as their first ingredient!: Chapman's No-Sugar Added Products So far I've tried these products with NO spikes even close to danger territory: Fudge bar - Good texture and flavour, 19g carb total, of which most are maltitol - so watch it if that spikes you. Due to the carb content, and what maltitol does to me, I've found I can enjoy these as a dessert with a zero or very low-carb meal. Butter Pecan Ice Cream - First Ingredient... CREAM! Nice flavour, fairly rich for a NSA product. Only 11carb per serving, most maltitol again, but very low carb amount. Serving is only 1/2c - which is about one medium ice cream scoop full. Black Cherry (My favorite so far) - again, first ingredient is CREAM! Amazingly rich AND sweet. Low-Carb for the 1/2c serving (which is all I find I need to be happy) with only 15g carb. Amazingly, only 4g are sugar alcohols, 6g are from the REAL cherries in it. Great flavour, had to keep looking at the label, couldn't believe it was this good and this low-carb. Dutch Chocolate - still with CREAM as first ingredient! (How many grocery-store ice creams can make that claim today?) Wonderfully rich and chocolaty. You'll never know it's NSA, seriously. My wife loves this, and she's a chocolate purist. I've also tried the Ice Cream Sandwich, but it sent me into the 6.5 - 7.0 range on two tests (I like to be lower if possible) ... and I didn't like the texture of the wafer, to be honest. The wafe Continue reading >>

Breyers Carb Smart Ice Cream

Breyers Carb Smart Ice Cream

Friend Pre-D probably T2. no meds yet, diet and exercise. As I usually do now, I walk the isles of my grocery store lamenting what I can and can't eat and staring at nutritional labels. Well I have never been a big ice cream eater but when the temperatures in Southern California hit 100 degrees (37.8 UK, HA!) I know I need something to cool me down. I was looking at no sugar added options for ice cream and such but I ran into Breyers Carb Smart Ice Cream. The store had rocky road, vanilla, and strawberry and on the label of the ice cream was a big 4 net carbs or 5 net carbs label. I thought to myself, "Sweet! Maybe I can eat this stuff." So I look at the label and the carbs just don't seem to match up with what is on the front of the box. As I understand it you take the carbs and subtract the fiber and you get net carbs. Well the numbers didn't match up so I got sad and nervous about buying it. I ended up putting it back and deciding that I would look into this stuff on DD before buying it. So has anyone tried this stuff? Is it any good? Does it mess with your BG levels in a big way? Do you really think it is 4-5 carbs. I was reading the website and apparently they make neapolitan ice cream that is 0 net carbs, anyone try that stuff? I need something to get me through this heat wave!!! A1C 2/08 = 5.6, eh, could be the new lab I am using. Still kickin in the 5% club though! My food and weight loss blog ... I'm not sure if I'm eating right so leave me a comment on what you think! Help me lose some weight and keep my blood sugar in check! D.D. Family t2-fed up with stupid diabetes i'm laughing -i just had some chocolate carb smart! it's yummy! the reason the carbs are different is cuz of the fiber and the sugar alcohols....i was told by my dietitian to only subtract fiber Continue reading >>

Chapman's Ice Cream - Retail Company - Markdale, Ontario | Facebook - 675 Reviews - 747 Photos

Chapman's Ice Cream - Retail Company - Markdale, Ontario | Facebook - 675 Reviews - 747 Photos

A delicious treat even the Easter Bunny wont be able to resist! 6 small scoops of your favourite Chapmans ice cream flavor, cup white chocolate chips, and Easter sprinkles.... Directions: 1. Using a small scoop, scoop ice cream into balls and put a lollipop stick into each. Place onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and place into the freezer for 20-30 mins. 2. Over a double boiler, melt each kind of chocolate individually and set aside to cool. 3. Once chocolate is cooled, dip ice cream balls into dark chocolate mixture, place onto baking tray and repeat with remaining balls of ice cream. Be careful with this step, the chocolate can be difficult to work with! Alternatively, you can just pour some chocolate over top of the ice cream balls directly on the tray. 4. Drizzle white chocolate over top and garnish with sprinkles. 5. Place in the freezer to harden up for 20 minutes and enjoy! In search of a St. Patricks Day treat? Try this creamy, green Matcha & Mint Milkshake, featuring our Mint Chocolate Flake Frozen Yogurt ( ow.ly/9CTS30iZ9HN ) 4 large scoops Chapman's Mint Chocolate Flake frozen yogurt Coconut whipped cream and chocolate shavings for topping Directions: Heat milk and coconut oil, add matcha and whisk in until smooth and no clumps are visible, let cool. To a blender, add Chapman's Mint Chocolate Flake frozen yogurt and cooled matcha milk mixture. Blend until smooth, and pour into 2 glasses, top with coconut whipped cream and chocolate shavings! Continue reading >>

Cold Comfort

Cold Comfort

A lot of folks say its the best theyve ever had. Its small batch, quality ice cream, born of creative force, care and intention. Curious, seasonally inspired flavours, and hand-crafted locally in small batches using local and organic ingredients, our ice creamis sure to give you a memorable experience. Cold Comfort Headquarters (HQ) is fun and we are located at 1115 North Park Street , in the same block as Mt. Royal Bagels, Jones BBQ and Patisserie Daniel. You are welcome to park in our lot! We try to make something for everyone: dairy free (coconut milk) ice creams, (unofficially) gluten-free ice cream sandwich cookies (almond flour & meringue), vegan pints and a vegan ice cream sandwich (rotating flavour), even sometimes a diabetic friendly sugar-free ice cream (made with xylitol). Our best-selling products are our ice cream sandwiches. We also offer pints of ice cream to take home. Every day we have 7 unique, ever-changing flavours available by the scoop: 2 small scoops per cup for $5, tax included. You may choose one or two flavours. We are somewhat unconventional we dont offer cones!You are welcome to bring your own cone if it is a deal breaker for you. Weve producedover 400flavours so far (check out our flavour archive !) Continue reading >>

Plant Based Ice Cream Alternatives. No Sugar. No Dairy. Wink Frozen Desserts

Plant Based Ice Cream Alternatives. No Sugar. No Dairy. Wink Frozen Desserts

Through the use of organic stevia and monkfruit, we're able to keep Wink ice cream alternatives naturally sugar-free, making our products both diabetic and keto-friendly. Yellow peas' mighty protein concentration allows for us to produce a creamy consistency in our desserts, without milk. All of other ingredients are 100% plant based and non-GMO project verified allowing us to offer a clean "ice cream" alternative that is free of the top 8 most common allergens. Each pint of Wink is made with your health in mind. Through the use of non-GMO, plant based ingredients, we areable to create apint of "ice cream"that is truly healthful. Our 100 calorie pints are the ultimate single serve. An entire pint can be eaten for the caloric load of a large piece of fruit, but with zero sugar. Through the use of organic stevia and monkfruit, we're able to keep Wink ice cream alternatives naturally sugar-free, making our products both diabetic and keto-friendly. Yellow peas' mighty protein concentration allows for us to produce a creamy consistency in our desserts, without milk. All of other ingredients are 100% plant based and non-GMO project verified allowing us to offer a clean "ice cream" alternative that is free of the top 8 most common allergens. Each pint of Wink is made with your health in mind. Through the use of non-GMO, plant based ingredients, we areable to create apint of "ice cream"that is truly healthful. Our 100 calorie pints are the ultimate single serve. An entire pint can be eaten for the caloric load of a large piece of fruit, but with zero sugar. Always love getting my Wink in the mail. Thank You for creating a treat I can enjoy. I try to be vegan as much as possible, but can't handle the sugar in other vegan ice creams. So happy I can grab it at Whole Foods! Since Continue reading >>

Best Ice Creams For Diabetics

Best Ice Creams For Diabetics

Best Ice Creams For Diabetics: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself To help you both lower your blood sugar (glucose) and shed excess weight (which is often vital for diabetes control), the faculty at the Pritikin health resort suggest that you ask yourself the following 5 questions: 1 How much am I scooping out? Turn around any container of ice cream and you’ll likely see on the Nutrition Facts label that the serving size is a half cup. A level half cup. That’s the same size as those little single-serving containers of Jello pudding or Activia yogurt. Yep, four or five bites and it’s all over. So unless you’re being really careful (or using teeny-tiny bowls), you’re probably scooping out at least a cup, which means twice the calories, twice the artery clogging saturated fat, and twice the sugar that’s listed on the label. 2 Am I keeping a lid on sugar? It’s difficult to know exactly how much added sugar a serving of ice cream contains because the number you see for grams of sugar on the Nutrition Facts label includes added sugars as well as the naturally-occurring (and Pritikin-friendly) sugars from the milk and fruit ingredients. 100 calories Suffice it to say that if you’re sticking with fat-free ice creams and frozen yogurts that have 100 calories or fewer per serving, you’re probably not getting more than 3 teaspoons of added sugar, point out the Pritikin dietitians in their nutrition workshops at the health resort. But keep in mind that 3 teaspoons of added, refined sugar is still a lot, particularly if you’re concerned about your blood glucose and triglyceride levels, not to mention your waistline. The doctors and dietitians at Pritikin are far from alone in their concerns about added sugars. The American Heart Association now recommends no more than 6 Continue reading >>

Dsols!

Dsols!

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Diabetic Ice Cream Brands Canada

Diabetic Ice Cream Brands Canada

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5 Diabetes-friendly Desserts

5 Diabetes-friendly Desserts

Mocha Ricotta Tiramisu This delectable take on the popular Italian dessert includes the traditional sponge cakes soaked in coffee and liqueur for the base. Then a light and creamy mixture of sweetened ricotta cheese and yogourt replaces the whipped high-fat mascarpone cheese that usually layers the ladyfingers. A sprinkling of grated dark chocolate is the finishing touch. Get the full recipe: Mocha Ricotta Tiramisu Black Forest Mousse Cake Here’s one of those heavenly warm, dense chocolate cakes that is very light, surprisingly low in fat and much easier to make than you might think. Cocoa delivers a rich, chocolatey flavour with less fat than plain chocolate. A dollop of mock whipped cream spiked with cherry brandy adds a delightful touch to each slice of cake. Get the full recipe: Black Forest Mousse Cake Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Look what happened to the traditional chocolate chip cookie! This recipe yields cookies with half the fat of the original, plus old-fashioned oats, which add a fibre boost. Yet, all this trimming has not slimmed down the flavour-these cookies will disappear fast. Get the full recipe: Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Look what happened to the traditional chocolate chip cookie! This recipe yields cookies with half the fat of the original, plus old-fashioned oats, which add a fibre boost. Yet, all this trimming has not slimmed down the flavour-these cookies will disappear fast. Get the full recipe: Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Baked Almond-Stuffed Peaches Turn fresh peaches into a fabulous warm dessert by stuffing them with dried apricots, toasted almonds and crushed amaretti cookie crumbs, then baking them in the oven until they are brown and bubbly. Try a variation featuring apples and stuffing them with Continue reading >>

Diabetes - Factsheets

Diabetes - Factsheets

Diabetes happens when your body does not make or use insulin the right way. Insulin is important for your body to turn sugar from food into energy. There are three types of diabetes: Type 1 diabetes happens when the body doesn't make insulin; Type 2 diabetes happens when the body has trouble using the insulin it makes; and Gestational diabetes where the body can't use insulin during pregnancy. Aboriginal people are more likely to get type 2 diabetes - the most common kind - than other Canadians. Younger Aboriginal people are developing type 2 diabetes more than before. If I have type 2 diabetes, how can I best manage it? Managing diabetes - through lifestyle and possibly medication - is a helpful way to slow or stop damage to your kidneys, poor circulation, heart disease or eye diseases. How can a traditional lifestyle help prevent diabetes? Diabetes was not always a health issue for Aboriginal people. When Aboriginal people had a traditional lifestyle with lots of physical activity and traditional foods, fewer people had diabetes. Living a more traditional lifestyle can give Aboriginal people a way to prevent diabetes, and can help those who have diabetes live healthier lives. To learn more about diabetes, visit your local health care provider, or go to the Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative information page. Aboriginal people have a higher chance of getting type 2 diabetes. Before, older people used to get diabetes, but now, Aboriginal people are getting it a lot younger because their traditional lifestyle has changed so fast. The risk factors - do these apply to you? High cholesterol and/or high blood pressure If you answered yes to any of those risk factors, it does not mean you have diabetes. Talk to your local health care provider and get tested. Finding out early gi Continue reading >>

The Healthiest Choice: Ice Cream, Gelato Or Sorbet?

The Healthiest Choice: Ice Cream, Gelato Or Sorbet?

The healthiest choice: Ice cream, gelato or sorbet? Do you pick sorbet over ice cream because you think its healthier? Nutritionist Joy McCarthy says thats not always the case. This post was originally published in June2014, and has been updated. On a recent hot afternoon, my friend and I were lured into a gelato shop. It took me foreverto order because I wanted to get the healthiest option, opting for chocolate gelato in the end. But was that the best choice? In an effort to find out, I contacted nutritionist Joy McCarthy at Joyous Health and asked her which of the summertime favourites is the healthiest: ice cream, sorbet or gelato? It really depends on each persons individual dietary needs and what their health goals are, says Joy. For example, if youre sensitive to eating dairy, then you should go for the sorbet. But if youre watching your blood-sugar levels, then sorbets arent the best choice because they raise blood sugar quicker. I used to think sorbets were the healthiertreat of the summer. But Joy explained they tend to contain more sugar than ice cream or gelatos. According to My Fitness Pal , 1 cup of strawberry sorbet has 40 grams of sugar! So does that mean we should choose ice creams and gelatos instead? Not necessarily because ice cream and gelatos can have high fat content. Theres also a misconception that gelatos are dairy-free, and thus contain less fat. But actually, the main difference between gelato and ice cream is in the processing gelato is churned at a slower speed so less air gets in, which results in a denser product. Gelato also contains more milk and less cream and egg yolks than ice cream. Also, the fat content in gelato and ice cream varies from place to place, so its difficult to say if one has less fat than the other, explains Joy. Unfo Continue reading >>

14 Best Brand Name Ice Creams For Weight Loss

14 Best Brand Name Ice Creams For Weight Loss

14 Best Brand Name Ice Creams for Weight Loss Warm weather is great for two things: ice cream and bathing suits. Ironic, isnt it? 14 Best Brand Name Ice Creams for Weight Loss Warm weather is great for two things: ice cream and bathing suits. Ironic, isnt it? By The Editors of Eat This, Not That! May 7, 2015 We all know that the creamy treat is all too easy to overdo, and when youre in beachwear a belly full of Ben & Jerrys isnt the best look. For many, though, ice cream is one of those cant-live-without foods, which is why weve set out to find the best frozen treats to aid your rapid weight loss efforts. All of them come in at 150 calories or less per serving and have no more than 6 grams of saturated fat or 17 grams of sugar. For some context, most frozen treats average around 25 grams of the sweet stuff! Whether youre a fan of chocolate, vanilla, or something a little more involved, weve got an option thats sure to hit the spot. And whats more, youd never guess these creamy desserts are low-calorie and diet-friendly! Stock your freezer with a few of these healthy ice creams and the pounds are sure to melt away (pun intended)! While these pints are our top picks, the freezer aisle isnt entirely waistline-friendly. Dont forget to steer clear of these 67 Worst Frozen Foods in America to keep your body in beach shape. Per 1/2 cup (56 g): 100 calories, 3 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 30 mg sodium, 15 g carbs (0 g fiber, 13 g sugar), 3 g protein Edys Slow Churned line leans more heavily on non-fat milk than cream, which keeps the calories in check. In fact, simply choosing this Edys line over their Classic Coffee will save you 40 calories, 4 grams of fat and 2 grams of saturated fat. Were big fans of this ice creams bold flavor, but be carefulits made with real coffee, so it Continue reading >>

Revisiting Ice Cream And Diabetes

Revisiting Ice Cream And Diabetes

In case you didn't get the memo: Yes, those of us with diabetes CAN eat ice cream. Even though some outside the diabetes community don't think so, and they try to convince us we can't or shouldn't, the fact remains that an ice cream sundae or vanilla waffle cone every once in a while isn't going to kill us. It's not the cause of any type of diabetes, either, and we're not promoting unhealthy eating by enjoying some ice cream on a special occasion. That was the message last summer, when the Diabetes Online Community (DOC) lit up in response to an Indianapolis newspaper columnist's published rant that diabetics can't or shouldn't eat ice cream — and that any organization using ice cream to raise money to send children with diabetes to camp has sold its soul to the devil. Yes, he actually wrote that. And we in the DOC responded. Loudly. Far and wide. (The newspaper has since removed the article - !) And there was ice cream. Now a year later, we're again sending the message that ice cream is OK. But more importantly, the message is that myths, stereotypes and misinformation about diabetes really hurt. They hurt fundraising, the general public's awareness, and the emotions of kids who are made to feel different and that they "can't do this" simply because of their diabetes. The Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana (DYFI) is hosting its 23rd annual Ice Cream On the Circle event July 13 in downtown Indianapolis, sponsored for the second year by the American Dairy Association of Indiana. Last year, more than a thousand people floated in and we raised $6,400 to help send children and teens with diabetes to our D-camp, called Camp Until a Cure. And it also helped raise some great awareness for the broader diabetes community, conveniently right in the middle of National Ice Crea Continue reading >>

Stocking Your Healthful Freezer: Frozen Treats: Ice Cream Bars (part 3)

Stocking Your Healthful Freezer: Frozen Treats: Ice Cream Bars (part 3)

Stocking Your Healthful Freezer: Frozen Treats: Ice Cream Bars (Part 3) Continuing with our look at frozen treats , well turn to the category of frozen novelties. I always thought the term frozen novelty (meaning frozen treats that come on a stick, as a bar, or in a cone or sandwich) was a little strange, but I suppose the name fits. According to the dictionary, a novelty is a state or quality of being novel, new, or unique. When it comes to ice cream treats, this definition actually works. According to a study from Mintel International Group, a market analysis company, frozen novelty growth is expected to surge in the ice cream market. Sales of these treats grew 7.2% from 2002 to 2007, more so than ice cream. Sadly, while the number of ice cream trucks and ice cream parlors are dropping, sales of frozen treats are booming, primarily in supermarket and convenience stores. So why frozen novelties? Wouldnt people rather sit down and enjoy a bowl of ice cream? While ice cream and frozen yogurt remain popular, consumers want convenience, variety, and new flavors. I guess were just not satisfied with the same old cherry or grape flavored popsicles. As with ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sherbet, frozen novelties require the discretion of a careful consumer. Thats probably not surprising, given that Hagen-Dazs, Dove, and Klondike treats certainly pack a calorie and fat wallop. Lets take a look at whats out there. Ice cream bars. Marketing companies are right. Its much easier and quicker to eat your ice cream on a stick or in an ice cream sandwich. It saves the effort of having to go to the freezer, dig out a spoon and bowl, and scoop out a portion (or two). But some ice cream bars are no nutritional bargain. Heres a glance at a few of the more decadent bars: Klondike, The Ori Continue reading >>

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