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Diabetic Leftover Turkey Recipes

Leftover Turkey Recipes

Leftover Turkey Recipes

It's the annual holiday strugglejust what do you do with all that leftover turkey once the celebration is over? Well, why not try some of these tasty and unique ideas? Generic turkey sandwiches and soup can grow boring quickly, but these adventurous recipes are anything but bland. Try adding your favorite holiday bird to delicious recipes like Roast Turkey Pho, Cauliflower Turkey Tetrazzini, orTurkey and Andouille Sausage Gumbo, just to name a few. It's the day after the holidays, and your fridge is full of leftover turkey. What's a cook to do? These sandwiches, soups, and other clever dishes let you have some tasty fun with your remaining poultry. One of our personal favorite post-holiday recipes? These Turkey Arepas. Arepas are corn cakes popular in Latin American countries. Look for arepa flour in the international food section of large supermarkets or in an ethnic market. Don't substitute masa harina or cornmeal for the arepa flour, which is precooked. Store the flour in an airtight container in your freezer to extend its shelf life. After everyone is done with the white meat for the sandwiches, whats a cook to do with all the leftover bits? Soup is always the answer, and this Southwestern-inspired Turkey Posole is one to keep even after the holidays have passed. Hominy might be new to some, but the chewy texture of this thick corn kernel gives this soup more texture to hold up to the tangy broth. Feel free to mix and match your toppings, the ingredients indicated are only limited to your own posole dreams. Enjoy one baked pasta dish tonight, and freeze one for a comforting supper later. This turkey-and veggie-loaded pasta bake is a one-dish meal worth sharing and is an easy solution for "nothing in the fridge" nights. To Freeze: Cover baking dish with heavy-duty f Continue reading >>

Turkey Taco Soup: A Healthy Freezer Meal

Turkey Taco Soup: A Healthy Freezer Meal

So much deliciousness in a bowl of this turkey taco soup. And so much nutrition too! Some of the information in this post came from a conference in which both Bush Brothers and Company and The National Turkey Federation sponsored sessions. I was not asked to write this post. And as usual, these are my opinions based on scientific information and my many years of experience working with patients and cooking up a storm in my own kitchen. Theres no denying the benefits of a plant-rich diet, but so many of my patients are hesitant to eat beans and lentils because of theircarbohydrate content. I want even my patients with diabetes and prediabetes toeat plenty of beans. Beans have resistant starch , which has blood sugar benefits. See my previous post that includes a list of foods rich in resistant starch . Plus they have so much more like vitamins, protein, minerals, viscous fibers and a host ofhealth-boosting phytonutrients. Something that I found very interesting at my recent conference was research presentedby John L. Sievenpiper , MD, PhD, FRCPC of the University of Toronto. He showed that consuming beans and lentils (as part of a wholesome diet) improves blood sugar, cholesterol levels, blood pressure and even body weight. Most interesting to me was this statistic: As part of a healthful diet reduced in glycemic index, beans and lentils can lower blood sugar (as measured by A1C, an estimate of 3-month blood sugar control) as well as some diabetes medications. This is not a reason to stop your medications, but its a terrific reason to eat more beans, peas and lentils. You dont need to give up meat to benefit from a plant-rich diet. And this simple recipe is a great excuse to combine the two.In general, turkey is a wonderful meat to highlight strong flavors, and lean gro Continue reading >>

Quick & Healthy Dinner Recipes: 18 Easy Turkey Recipes

Quick & Healthy Dinner Recipes: 18 Easy Turkey Recipes

Healthy Diabetic Cooking: 21 Diabetic Recipes for Healthy Eating In this FREE eCookbook, we'll show you some of our favorite diabetic recipes from healthy appetizers to mouth-watering main dishes to tasty, low sugar desserts. Bonus: Get our newsletter & special offers for free. We will not share or sell your email address. View our Privacy Policy Home > Turkey, Misc. Poultry > Quick & Healthy Dinner Recipes: 18 Easy Turkey Recipes Quick & Healthy Dinner Recipes: 18 Easy Turkey Recipes You must be logged in to add a private note. Login | Register We are adding the recipe to your Recipe Box. You must be logged in to add a recipe. Login | Register Turkey is a wonderful ingredient substitute when we're looking to make one of our favorite dishes a little bit healthier. That's why we know how much you're gonna love our latest recipe collection, Quick & Healthy Dinner Recipes: 18 Easy Turkey Recipes, filled with lightened-up versions of popular dinner recipes. From easy ground turkey recipes to healthy leftover turkey recipes and more, there's no need to sacrifice tasty food when following a diabetes diet. Our Fiesta Soft Tacos turn dinnertime into a party! We've chosen ground turkey breast, which is low in fat and high in flavor, to make these fitting for a diabetes diet. Ground turkey recipes are just as tasty as ground beef ones... and healthier for you to boot! This is our favorite way to enjoy the homestyle flavors of Thanksgiving any time of the year...without all the traditional fuss! Since our Stuffed Turkey Breast Dinner is practically a complete meal by itself, all you have to add is your favorite veggie and a big appetite! Don't you wish all healthy dinner recipes were this simple?! Want a perfectly glazed turkey every time? Try this simple, but succulent, recipe f Continue reading >>

Low-carb Leftover Turkey Casserole

Low-carb Leftover Turkey Casserole

This recipe for Low-Carb Leftover Turkey Casserole boasts loads of bacon, broccoli, and blue cheese! Its a delicious way to give leftover turkey a fresh, new, facelift. This turkey casserole can work for low-carb, keto, gluten-free, grain-free, diabetic, LC/HF, and Banting diets. Disclaimer: Some of the links on this site are affiliate links which means we make a small commission from any sales to help keep the recipes coming! You do not pay any more. Thank you for your support! I have been focusing on Thanksgiving recipes lately. If youre still looking for ideas for a low-carb Thanksgiving dinner, you might want to check our our recipes for cranberry sauce , mashed cauliflower , and pecan stuffing . We also have lots of Thanksgiving dessert options, including recipes for Low-Carb Pumpkin Mousse Pie , Low-Carb Carrot Cake with Maple Pecan Cheesecake Filling , and Low-Carb Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Custard . Now, Ive chosen to focus on something many of us will have in our refrigerator in a few daysa big tub of leftover turkey! I love eating Thanksgiving leftovers, but sometimes eating the same thing can get repetitive. Ive tried to come up with some ideas to use up the turkey that take the boring out of Thanksgiving leftovers. One recipe Ive developed that uses up leftover turkey is my Leftover Turkey (or Chicken) Soup . If youre more in the mood for a casserole than a soup, this recipe for Low-Carb Leftover Turkey Casserole will fit the bill! This casserole is loaded with turkey, bacon and broccoli surrounded by a creamy sauce. The sauce is scented with garlic and chocked full of blue cheese flavor. The casserole is topped off with even more blue cheese. If you dont care for blue cheese, you can substitute your favorite cheese. Its your chance to be creative. Justbe sure to Continue reading >>

A Guide To Cooking For One

A Guide To Cooking For One

How to treat yourself right when dining on your own Everyone eats alone sometimes. Whether your usual companion is out of town for a few days or you live by yourself and often dine on your own, there's no need to resort to wolfing down a bowl of cereal over the kitchen sink when you could be eating in style. This month we offer tips and techniques for making single servings work, from planning to shopping to the final product. While it may seem at first like a lot of trouble to prepare a complete meal for one, the results are well worth it. Homemade dishes are usually more nutritious and economical than restaurant meals. Cooking well for yourself can also be an important way to make your own health and happiness a priority. In other words: You're worth it. It may also be helpful to think of preparing dinner less as a chore than as a way to relax and de-stress. You can try out different recipes at your leisure without the pressure of others' approval. And you get to choose your favorite foods, since you are the only one you have to please. Begin the process by setting the mood. Make an effort to establish a dividing line between the day's activities and dinnertime. Set a place at the table with your favorite linen. Turn off the television, turn on the music, light a candle or two, maybe have a glass of wineand enjoy taking care of yourself. Planning makes a huge difference when it comes to healthy eating. That's certainly true for big families, but it may be even more so for individuals and couples. Set a goal to plan menus for a week at a time. Don't like the idea of leftovers? Think of them as "planned overs" instead: A small roast prepared on a Sunday, for example, could serve as an open-face sandwich on Monday and a vegetable stir-fry with small amounts of beef on T Continue reading >>

Thanksgiving With Diabetic-friendly Sorghum Takeaways:

Thanksgiving With Diabetic-friendly Sorghum Takeaways:

Thanksgiving with Diabetic-Friendly Sorghum Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family, eat scrumptious food and give thanks together. November is also American Diabetes Month. This is an important element in the American Diabetes Associations efforts to focus the nation's attention on the disease and the tens of millions of people affected by it. Type 2 diabetesis both preventable and treatable. Following a healthy dietary pattern with foods like sorghum that are fiber-rich and elicit a lower glycemic response, which produces a longer sustained blood glucose level is desirable in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes. A healthy diet along with increased physical activity, restful sleep and minimized stress are all factors that aid in the prevention of lifestyle diseases including type 2 diabetes. Thanksgiving is a time for celebration, and often, overeating. During the holidays, everyone can enjoy all their favorite while monitoring portion sizes. Here are three delicious diabetic-friendly sorghum recipes for your Thanksgiving menu. By adding a delicious soup to the Thanksgiving meal, you can nourish your body with healthy nutrients, including fiber, vitamins and minerals. This recipe has diabetic-friendly beans, escarole (a variety of endive), onion and whole grain sorghum. With only 140 calories in one cup, its perfect for the start of the feast, as soup has a high water content, which can help you feel full and reduce overeating during the rest of the meal. Meal planning tip:Make a double batch of the soup so you can turn it into a heartier, next-day version with leftover turkey. Mashed potatoes with gravy are the classic Thanksgiving dish. Why not shake things up and add this scrumptious sorghum potato gratin recipe in place of th Continue reading >>

Diabetes-friendly Recipes

Diabetes-friendly Recipes

We’re all about good recipes, and about quality home cooking that everyone can enjoy. Whether you’re looking for some healthy inspiration or learning how to cook a decadent dessert, we’ve trustworthy guidance for all your foodie needs. All our recipes are tested thoroughly by us to make sure they’re suitable for your kitchen at home. We know many of you are concerned about healthy eating, so we send them to a qualified nutritionist for thorough analysis too. We’re all about good recipes, and about quality home cooking that everyone can enjoy. Whether you’re looking for some healthy inspiration or learning how to cook a decadent dessert, we’ve trustworthy guidance for all your foodie needs. All our recipes are tested thoroughly by us to make sure they’re suitable for your kitchen at home. We know many of you are concerned about healthy eating, so we send them to a qualified nutritionist for thorough analysis too. Continue reading >>

Ginger Pork Stir-fry

Ginger Pork Stir-fry

Home Food & Recipes Ginger Pork Stir-Fry Ginger Pork Stir-Fry is a one pot meal with a simple stir-fry sauce made with Truvia Nectar. It truly satisfies and meets the criteria for an easy weeknight meal. Disclosure:I was asked to participate in the #UseNectar campaign on behalf of Truvia as a member of the Healthy Aperture Blogger Network.I was compensated for my time. As always, thoughts, opinions, and stories about my kids are my own you cant make this stuff up folks! Its November. Yep, you heard that right. NOVEMBER! I seriously have no idea where this year went, but I can tell you yesterday was the longest day of my life. Long days and short years. Thats basically how I feel about life with small children!With the holidays upon us, if youre like me then you are not only thinking about finishing [or starting] your holiday shopping, but youre conscious about all the extra sugar and calories that seem to present themselves this time of year. OH, and you have to still get dinner on the table regardless of how many school plays, sport tournaments, or in my case, little elves you have to shop for. Thats where this ginger pork stir-fry comes in. A 20-minute meal, lower in calories and sugar than the traditional Chinese takeout, and the kind of meal I need in my back pocket or recipe book during the busiest time of the year! Truvia Nectar, blended with stevia leaf extract and honey, can help manage sugar intake and reduce calories as part of a balanced diet. What more can you ask for! Not only are we kicking it into high-gear for the holidays, November is actually recognized as National Diabetes Month. Diabetes is condition in which diet and nutrition plays a huge role, and as a registered dietitian, Ive been conscious to consider the nutrients in my recipes for individual Continue reading >>

Low-carb Leftover Turkey Casserole

Low-carb Leftover Turkey Casserole

This recipe for Low-Carb Leftover Turkey Casserole boasts loads of bacon, broccoli, and blue cheese! Its a delicious way to give leftover turkey a fresh, new, facelift. This turkey casserole can work for low-carb, keto, gluten-free, grain-free, diabetic, LC/HF, and Banting diets. Disclaimer: Some of the links on this site are affiliate links which means we make a small commission from any sales to help keep the recipes coming! You do not pay any more. Thank you for your support! I have been focusing on Thanksgiving recipes lately. If youre still looking for ideas for a low-carb Thanksgiving dinner, you might want to check our our recipes for cranberry sauce , mashed cauliflower , and pecan stuffing . We also have lots of Thanksgiving dessert options, including recipes for Low-Carb Pumpkin Mousse Pie , Low-Carb Carrot Cake with Maple Pecan Cheesecake Filling , and Low-Carb Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Custard . Now, Ive chosen to focus on something many of us will have in our refrigerator in a few daysa big tub of leftover turkey! I love eating Thanksgiving leftovers, but sometimes eating the same thing can get repetitive. Ive tried to come up with some ideas to use up the turkey that take the boring out of Thanksgiving leftovers. One recipe Ive developed that uses up leftover turkey is my Leftover Turkey (or Chicken) Soup . If youre more in the mood for a casserole than a soup, this recipe for Low-Carb Leftover Turkey Casserole will fit the bill! This casserole is loaded with turkey, bacon and broccoli surrounded by a creamy sauce. The sauce is scented with garlic and chocked full of blue cheese flavor. The casserole is topped off with even more blue cheese. If you dont care for blue cheese, you can substitute your favorite cheese. Its your chance to be creative. Justbe sure to Continue reading >>

Seven-day Type 2 Diabetes Meal Plan

Seven-day Type 2 Diabetes Meal Plan

Eating a diabetes-friendly diet can help keep your blood sugar levels under control. But it can be difficult to stick to a regular meal plan — unless you have a plan in place. Check out these 21 delicious, diabetes-friendly recipes to use for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Remember to stay within your carbohydrate allowance by noting the carb content and serving size of the recipes. Also, be sure to balance your meals with lean protein and healthy plant fats. Breakfast: Cream Cheese-Stuffed French Toast This may sound too decadent for breakfast, but paired with scrambled egg whites, it can fit into a diabetes-friendly meal plan. Whole grain toast will help ensure you get your daily fiber too. Lunch: Salmon Salad with White Beans Salmon is one of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids, and is also a delicious topper to workday salad. Dinner: Cuban-Marinated Sirloin Kabobs with Grilled Asparagus Spice things up with this flavorful skewer. Dried herbs and spices are a great way to pack a punch of flavor without adding unnecessary calories and fat. Breakfast: Apple Pie Oatmeal with Greek Yogurt Who wouldn’t like a slice of pie for breakfast? This oatmeal will leave your kitchen smelling like the flavors of fall, and your stomach happy and satisfied. Add some extra plain Greek yogurt on top for more protein. Lunch: Turkey-Cranberry Wraps Turkey and cranberry sauce isn’t just for Thanksgiving! This is an easy grab-and-go lunch that even your kids will enjoy. Note: This recipe may not be appropriate for all people with type 2 diabetes, because it contains 60 grams of carbs per serving. You can adjust the amount of cranberry sauce to lower the carb count. Dinner: Cilantro-Lime Tilapia with Spinach and Tomatoes Take a trip to the tropics with this fast fish dish. Breakfast Continue reading >>

Healthy & Delicious Ideas For Turkey Leftovers

Healthy & Delicious Ideas For Turkey Leftovers

Diabetic Living / Diabetic Recipes / Holiday Healthy & Delicious Ideas for Turkey Leftovers Stumped about what to do with all that leftover turkey and can't imagine eating one more boring turkey sandwich? We have scrumptious ideas to make your turkey leftovers amazing. Extra roast turkey makes a quick and thrifty meal starter. Try these easy turkey ideas to turn your leftover bird into a tasty main dish. Here are a few food safety tips for best quality turkey: For ultimate leftover ease, top a purchased whole wheat pizza crust with shredded turkey, tomato, onion, spinach, fresh basil, and goat cheese. 1 7-inch whole wheat pizza crust (such as Mama Mary's) 2 ounces shredded cooked turkey or chicken breast meat 1/4 cup crumbled goat cheese (1 ounce) (such as Alouette) 1. Brush pizza crust with oil. Top with spinach, tomato, turkey, onion, and goat cheese. Bake according to crust package directions. PER SERVING:219 cal., 10 g total fat (3 g sat. fat), 41 mg chol., 237 mg sodium, 23 g carb. (4 g fiber, 2 g sugars), 14 g pro. Exchanges: 1 fat, 1 vegetable, 1.5 starch, 1.5 lean meat. Make this favorite more healthful by topping whole grain chips with lettuce, corn, lean turkey, salsa, and reduced-fat cheese. 1 ounce small round tortilla chips (about 24 chips) (such as Tostitos Bite Size Naturally Made with Whole Grains) 3 ounces shredded cooked turkey or chicken breast meat 2 tablespoons low-sodium salsa (such as Newman's Own) 3 tablespoons shredded reduced-fat Mexican-style cheese blend (such as Sargento) 1. Place chips on a plate. Top with lettuce, corn, turkey, salsa, and cheese. TIP:Use frozen corn so you can thaw only what you need and save on sodium, too. PER SERVING:379 cal., 12 g total fat (3 g sat. fat), 86 mg chol., 379 mg sodium, 32 g carb. (5 g fiber, 3 g sugars) Continue reading >>

Leftover Chicken Diabetes Friendly Recipes

Leftover Chicken Diabetes Friendly Recipes

Leftover Chicken Diabetes Friendly Recipes Member Recipes for Leftover Chicken Diabetes Friendly homade chicken salad made from leftover fried chickenSubmitted by: BPRATER CALORIES: 237.4 | FAT: 4.6g | PROTEIN: 14.6g | CARBS: 34.1g | FIBER: 2.1g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Homemade Chicken Salad Calories Beans, corn and Ro-tel tomatoes make this low-calorie soup very hearty and filling.Submitted by: GINNYPENNY CALORIES: 116.6 | FAT: 0.4g | PROTEIN: 7.4g | CARBS: 22.2g | FIBER: 5g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Refried Bean Soup Calories Good way to use leftover turkey or chickenSubmitted by: PUALANI1 CALORIES: 142.5 | FAT: 3.8g | PROTEIN: 14.1g | CARBS: 13g | FIBER: 1.9g A hearty dinner than can be made with leftover chicken or turkeySubmitted by: ZEBRAMOM1 CALORIES: 417.9 | FAT: 9.7g | PROTEIN: 48.4g | CARBS: 35.8g | FIBER: 5.6g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Chicken & Spinach Casserole Calories Great way to use leftover chicken - From Good HousekeepingSubmitted by: TESSFROMWA CALORIES: 437.7 | FAT: 9.8g | PROTEIN: 27.9g | CARBS: 61.8g | FIBER: 10.6g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Sesame Noodles Calories A fast, easy grilled chicken that's great for leftovers tooSubmitted by: DAWNIEMOM CALORIES: 133.2 | FAT: 1.5g | PROTEIN: 27.4g | CARBS: 0.6g | FIBER: 0.1g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the A+ Southwest Grilled Chicken Calories Quick dinner using leftover cooked chicken.Submitted by: DIGGING4ROOTS CALORIES: 243.7 | FAT: 6.5g | PROTEIN: 16.3g | CARBS: 28.6g | FIBER: 1.2g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Simple BBQ Chicken Pizza Calories Use leftover chickenSubmitted by: TERRI4EVER CALORIES: 332.1 | FAT: 10.9g | PROTEIN: 19.4g | CARBS: 45.8g | FIBER: 6.8g Full ingredient & nutr Continue reading >>

Holiday Diabetic Recipes: Roast Turkey With Orange, Lemon & Ginger - Recipes For Diabetics

Holiday Diabetic Recipes: Roast Turkey With Orange, Lemon & Ginger - Recipes For Diabetics

In a bowl, combine zests of lemon and orange, grated ginger, canola oil, lemon juice, orange juice, and brown sugar to form a basting sauce. Cut the lemon in half and rub the skin and inside of turkey with the cut side of one half (then you can discard it). Put the other lemon half in the turkey cavity, along with half of the orange and the 2 cloves of garlic. Truss the turkey. Place the turkey on a rack and roast uncovered for 30 minutes. Stir the basting sauce and brush over the turkey, then tent the turkey with a sheet of heavy-duty aluminum foil and continue to roast for 2 hours, basting 3 more times. Uncover the turkey, baste again, and continue to roast until an instant meat thermometer inserted in the thickest part of the thigh registers 180F. Transfer to a carving platter and keep warm until ready to carve. 193 calories (28% calories from fat), 33 g protein, 6 g total fat (1.9 g saturated fat), 0 carbohydrates, 0 dietary fiber, 86 mg cholesterol, 338 mg potassium, 79 mg sodium Continue reading >>

46 Chefs Share Healthy Cooking Tips For People With Diabetes

46 Chefs Share Healthy Cooking Tips For People With Diabetes

People with diabetes should cook their meats by baking, grilling, or broiling them for the most part. An occasional fried food should be balanced with a low carbohydrate option, such as a salad or other cooked vegetables. Meals should be well balanced, and include foods from all food groups. They also often have a “dyslipidemia.” In other words, the “bad” cholesterol, or LDL cholesterol is high, and the “good” cholesterol, or HDL cholesterol is low. Therefore, they should choose their fats wisely, and pick fats that are liquid at room temperature. These healthier oils include olive oil, safflower oil, peanut oil, sunflower oil, and canola oil, among others. The idea is to increase the good cholesterol in your bloodstream, so that it takes the bad cholesterol out via your liver. Use olive oil or canola oil cooking spray instead of butter. People with diabetes should cook their vegetables ahead for the week if they have a busy schedule. That way, they will always have some vegetables that they like on hand to fill out their meal. They can also cook their meat or protein portions ahead. It’s best to be prepared, and have some of the foods you love already prepared on hand. That way, you don’t get tempted to go off your plan. When you make recipes, use low fat dairy products, as opposed to higher fat dairy products. Pick nonfat or 1 percent milk instead of 2 percent or whole milk, for example. Generally cook with less fat in your meals overall. Limit your fat servings to 1 per meal or a fat that is considered a healthier fat such as olive oil. Brush it on sweet potatoes, or whole wheat bread, along with some roasted garlic. When you pick your carbohydrate servings, pick whole grain products. Cook brown rice, or try whole wheat pasta. Cook pastas and rice a l Continue reading >>

Low Carb Cheesy Turkey And Broccoli Bake

Low Carb Cheesy Turkey And Broccoli Bake

Home Low Carb Cheesy Turkey and Broccoli Bake A delicious casserole thats low in carbs? Bring it on! Yes, this cheese and egg based casserole is perfect for any meal and would make a great dish to share with a friend or neighbor with diabetes. I served mine with hollandaise sauce for an even creamier texture and it was so good! If you are serving this recipe to non-carb counters, feel free to serve this on whole grain noodles, rice or toasted sourdough bread. This recipe can be easily doubled to serve a large crowd and can be prepared ahead of time up to the point of baking. Just keep it in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours then bake. Enjoy! A low carb casserole the whole family will love. A base of turkey and broccoli covered with eggs and cheese bakes up golden and delicious. 2 cups of small broccoli florets chop broccoli into small pieces 1/4 teaspoon Emeril's all purpose seasoning Place broccoli into medium size baking dish and cover with a paper towel. Microwave on high 2 minutes or until cooked slightly. Add turkey to broccoli in baking dish and stir to combine then sprinkle with seasoning and cheese. Pour the eggs over all and stir to combine. Cook uncovered about 20 minutes or until eggs are set. 266 Calories, 6gm Carb, 1 gm Fiber, 25gm Protein, 16gm Fat, 600mg Sodium * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Diabetes Control: A1C Conversion Chart & Tips Does your doctor or health professional make a big deal about your A1C level? Wondering what the glucose to A1C amount is? Glycohemoglobin (HgbA1C or A1C)is a test designed to measure the amount of glucose bound to hemoglobin in the blood. People who have diabetes may have more glycohemoglobin than average. Most clinical diabetes [] I was so pleased with my Sweet Potato Breakfast Cups that I de Continue reading >>

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