Diabetic Chicken Recipes Slow Cooker

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Chicken and Dumplings: Feel free to substitute any ingredients you wish, and increase/decrease amounts for the size of your family! 4 boneless/skinless chicken breasts 2 tablespoons of butter 1 (10.75 oz) can of cream of chicken soup 1 (10.75 oz) can of cream of celery soup 3 1/2 cups of chicken broth 1 onion, finely diced 1 cup celery, diced 1 cup carrots, diced Chicken boullion seasoning or cube salt & pepper *As for the dumplings... You can make your own dumplings, or use 1 (10 oz) package of refrigerated biscuit dough, torn into pieces :) 1. EXCLUDING THE BISCUITS put all ingredients in... 2. Cover and cook on LOW for 8 hours. 3. About an hour (give or take) before serving, remove chicken and pull into pieces and return to the soup mixture, place the torn biscuit dough in and cook until the dough is no longer raw in the center.

Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken (diabetic)

1.Spray crockpot with Pam or nonstick spray. 2. Place chicken/uncooked in bottom of crockpot 3. Add salt, pepper, and dry Italian Salad dressing mix 5. In saucepan, combine margarine, soup, cream cheese, 7. Pour over chicken and cook another hour. Serve with whole wheat noodles or brown rice. Continue reading >>

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  1. CeeCeeMcGee

    Good morning folks! I have a question for those that may have had high blood sugar when they began the Whole 30. I am on day 11 and have seen a drastic change from when I started to now when I took my sugars in the morning. Heck, 50 more points and it will be in the normal range, so color me impressed with this meal plan. My issue, and my doctor told me this would happen, is that as my sugars come down it's triggering the hunger reflex in the body. Despite having a small portion of healthy fat with each meal, I find that I feel like I am completely famished between meals. I haven't worried much about portion control as of yet since I've known that this will be an issue. I make sure that I eat plenty of good vegetables and three small servings of fruit each day.
    I guess that I am just wondering if anyone else went through this? Once my sugars stabilize in a week or so will I not feel like I want to eat everything in sight? Thanks!

  2. SpinSpin

    Hi! I am a type1 and I have had the same wonderful results. I would experiment with bumping up your fats to keep you satisfied until your next meal. I keep to 1 or less servings of fruit a day -- typically berries or other in season fruits, nothing tropical. I would also look at bumping up your protein too and possibly try roasted veggies, as they will give you a more 'full' feeling than say eating just a salad. One of the reasons why I mentioned that I keep my fruit servings to 1 or less a day is that many people have reported hunger later in the day if they have fruit with M1.
    Play around with your amounts until you reach a point where you are able to go 4-5 hours without being hungry.

  3. MeadowLily

    I get by with one serving of berries, too for T2. I've used all of the compliant fats and a protein for any craving. Once you move from sugar burner to fat burner, those cravings for sugars will be silenced. It may take you longer than 30 days. More Fats. STAT.

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Learn how to thicken the sauce of your crock pot beef stew by adding flour and water in this free cooking video clip. Expert: David Postada Bio: David Postada is Chef and owner of the Big Easy Catering company in Santa Barbara, California. Filmmaker: Diana Bacon

Skinny Crock Pot Santa Fe Chicken

This delicious slow cooked, skinny Santa Fe chicken can be dished over rice, tortillas or in a lettuce wrap for a healthy meal! How was your weekend? Did you have a nice, long and lazy one? Over here, it was a little slice of heaven. From last Thursday onward, you couldn’t find my hubby or I anywhere near our computers, phones or TV. It was all about chilling out and grilling out, and enjoying the good people, food and drinks around us! We watched friends’ backyard fireworks sparkle for the 4th, swam so much you’d think we had gills, and ate ourselves into a fat, happy coma. Total bliss! … And I intend on taking it slow as we ease back to the workin’ world this week. Le sigh. For days when you can’t be bothered, slow cooker meals are the perfect solution. They’re easy to whip up, ya got leftovers for days, and with the right ingredients, they can be made skinny enough to enjoy during swimsuit season! At just 190 calories and 21 grams of protein per serving, this is one meal I’ll be mixing up not only this summer, but throughout the whole year. I am just in love with how easy and adaptable this scrumptious Skinny Santa Fe Chicken is. Just toss a bunch of pantry stapl Continue reading >>

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  1. GHTommy

    Any suggestions on a low carb/sodium/cholesterol diet?

    My mom was in the hospital recently with coronary artery disease, she was also diagnosed with T2 diabetes. She has had her bypass surgery and now shes at home, she cannot really do much at the moment because of the surgery. I'm usually the only one home with her during the weekdays so I was wondering what are good foods a teengaer can prepare or buy that is low in carbs, sodium and cholesterol so that her blood sugar and pressure will not go up, thanks!

  2. Spike99

    For "low salt" foods, do consider:
    - Low Sodium V8 drink. For me, I dilute 1/2 glass with water - to cut its carb ratio in 1/2.
    - Compare Soup cans. Sometimes, those no-name brands have 3 times more salt then the major brands.
    - do NOT add table salt to one's plate.
    - Unsalted crackers.
    - Unsalted Nuts.
    - Avoid snacks like they are loaded with battery acid. As a general statement, 99% of major brands of potato chips have way too much salt. Especially at the bottom of the bag.
    Again, compare the SALT / Soldium labels on many different items. The lower the Salt number the better.
    For good "heart improvement" foods, do focus on:
    - Unbreaded "broiled" fish. I had some unbreaded sole the other night and it was great.
    - Skinned Chicken.
    - Unbreaded liver.
    - Salmon / Tuna and where possbile, try to use its juices as well. The other day, my wife opened a can of Salmon and tipped back its open can and drank its juice. Wife thought I was nuts but to me, their juices is loaded with lots of great stuff.
    - For canned veggies, do rinse before putting into a pot. The internal cans are packed with salt. By rinsing, you wash away 90% of its packaging salt.
    For low in carbs:
    - Avoid white bread like if it contains battery acid. If one needs to eat bread, only have 1 slice of whole wheat bread.
    - Avoid any white breads. Like donuts, cake, muffins, etc. etc. If you want food items in this area, look for specialty breads. Like low carb italian bread. As a starting point, all white breads of "off the list".
    - Avoid all white pastas. If you must have pasta, when try whole wheat pasta and 60% of the plate is something else. the other day, i had 40% plate of WW spegetti and 60% plate of salad (no dressing) withy chicken chunks. Was that every good. And afterwards, my BG numbers will still ok.
    - Avoid most cereals. I hear original puffs of wheat with 1% milk is ok for many folks.
    For low cholesterol:
    - Stay away from deep fried foods. Where possible, go with boiled / broild foods. Like boiled (our pouched) eggs or broiled breadless fish. Go with skinless chicken as well.
    - Focus on more protien as well. For example, peanut putter or almond nut spreads, no more then 6 oz of meat (especially beef) and more fish or skinless chicken and sliced real ham is ok.
    - For some, cheese is ok. But, do double check with BG meter. For some, too much cheese drives their BG meter nuts.
    - If you can, stay away from process meats. Like Boloanga, mac & chees loaf, etc. etc. The process meats have too much other stuff in them.
    For my dad after his triple bypass, he had to reduce his coffee intake from 6 cups a day down to 2 cups per day. And, those 2 cups were diluted. In all, he was really down to 1 cup of coffee (blk with no-S) a day. In the end, he couldn't drink Tim's coffee anymore. It was now way too strong for him.
    Hope these food item ideas help as well....

  3. Stump86

    Tommy, you can just check the labels of any foods you are considering. Look for foods that have low carb amounts yet relatively high fiber amounts. Any food with less than 140mg Sodium per serving can be considered low sodium, and look for foods that are low in saturated fat and none or very little cholesterol.

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This Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Casserole has got to be one of the easiest recipe for Enchiladas I have ever seen. The Best thing about this Slow Cooker Recipe is that it is something that can be made when you are away from home all day. Another great thing about this Enchilada Recipe is that it is a one pot meal. This Recipe can cook on low for 8 hours, or on high for 4 hours. If you have leftover Chicken this recipe can be made even faster. If you have leftover shredded chicken, just add the Enchilada Sauce to the Chicken and cook for about 1 1/2 hours, then continue the recipe as described in the video. Ingredients for Chicken Enchilada Casserole: * 3 Chicken Breasts * 28 Ounce Can of Enchilada Sauce Of Your Choice * 10 Corn Tortillas (I would suggest 23) Cut Into Triangles * 3 Cups Shredded Cheese (I used about 5 cups) * 3.8 Ounce Can Black Sliced Olives (I used 2 cans) * Sour Cream Optional Optional Ingredients I used: * 1 Medium Onion Diced * 5 Large Jalapeno Peppers Diced Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Casserole Recipe inspired by: themagicalslowcooker.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFEY... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nohippiebbq https://www.facebook.com/lyle.whitlock Twitter: https://twitter.com/nohippiebbq Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/10477697733... Video URL: https://youtu.be/6QkiyYOgLL8

The Best Slow Cooker Chicken

Further Food Nutritionist Commentary: For Julie's low carb chicken recipe, Every one tablespoon of paprika provides an ample amount of iron, vitamin A and E, which can aid in promoting healthy blood vessel function and prevent destruction of lipids. When combined with garlic powder or cayenne, it's a great healthy rub for proteins. More than culinary staple, onions contain natural sugar, vitamins A, B6, C and E and a good source of potassium, sodium, iron and folic acid. When possible, use the raw state of onions as it contains a variety of organic sulfur compounds that are partially destroyed by heat. By Nikki Nies, MS, Nutritionist The Best Slow Cooker Chicken 5 minutes 8 hours 6 whole organic chicken (about 4 pounds) Rinse chicken inside and out, and pat dry. Sprinkle generously with kosher salt, garlic powder, and paprika. Sprinkle lightly with Italian seasoning. Place onion slices on the bottom of the crock pot or slow cooker. Add chicken on top of the onions. Put garlic cloves (whole) into the crock pot. Pour broth around the chicken, enough to be about 2 inches deep. Cover and cook on low for about 8 hours. Nutrition Information Per Serving: Calories: 346; Total Fat: 3g; Sat Continue reading >>

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  1. Sunil Sridhara

    Underweight and Diabetes Type 2..How to gain weight?

    Hi.. I am dignosied with type 2 and am on Glycomet(Metformin) 500mg twice daily (breakfast and dinner). My problem is already I was underweight and after taking Glycomet I am steadily loosing weight. Recently I have lost 1 kg per 4 weeks. My blood glucose levels are also slightly above expected value. It is about 120-130 fasting and about 190-200 after breakfast. I strictly follow a low carb diet as prescribed and exercise abt 30mins per day. Is there any way to add some weight without increasing my sugar levels? Thanks in advance.

  2. User2013

    Welcome to DD!! The first thing that comes to mind is, is the doctor sure you are a type 2? I ask this not because type 2's can't be thin however your numbers sounds quite high with being on Metformin.
    Have you tried adding in more protein like meat, nuts, cheeses, peanut butter, eggs? It is my understanding there are some shakes that are high in protein also but low in carbs.
    Are all your PP numbers that high after meals, not just breakfast? Maybe your oral needs to be increased. I am also on the thinner side and continued to lose weight however I went on insulin and it not only gave me good control of my numbers but I stopped loosing weight.

  3. jwags

    Welcome to DD. Many T 2's tend to be insulin resistant in the morning and have to severely restrict carbs early in the day. Also Dawn Phenomenom (DP) cause our morning numbers to be higher. Are your numbers high most of the day? I agree with Ginny ask your doctor to run some tests to see if you are possibly T 1.5 or even T 1. As far as gaining weight, add things like nuts, whey protein and full fat cream to your diet.

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