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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.faceboo

Slow Cooker Chicken And Vegetable Soup

Combine the chicken breasts, chicken broth, 2 cups of water, carrots, parsnips, celery, onions, Parmesan rind, curry powder, 1 teaspoon salt and a few grinds of black pepper in the insert of a 6-quart slow cooker. Cook on low for 8 hours. Remove the chicken breasts. When cool enough to handle, shred the meat (discard the bones) and add back to the soup; add the peas and dill. Season with salt and pepper. Serve in soup bowls with a sprinkle of Parmesan and a squeeze of lemon. Continue reading >>

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  1. LORDON

    Does metformin help you lose weight

    I have read several things about whether metformin helps with weight loss or not. What is your experience?

  2. jwags

    I'm on metformin and I have lost weight. I'm not sure there is a direct correlation. Some people claim it does. Some people on metformin get terrible intestinal problems and are constantly in the bathroom. That could be one reason for weight loss. I have never had that issue, but do find it always works better when you are eating low carb. You tend to feel better. As part of a management strategy it may lead to weight loss with diet and exercise. I know lots of diabetics who are on metformin and still quite heavy. So I guess on its own, I'm not sure.

  3. Mands

    Metformin is supposed to be weight-neutral, but a lot of people have reported that it helps them to lose. It could be the intestinal side-effects as Jeanne says. I never took regular Met, I went straight on to slow release when I started it. The only side effect I had was an uncomfortable stomach, but it did affect my appetite initially, and I did lose a little weight. That didn't last long, and all the weight loss I have had since has been down to diet, and more recently Byetta side-effects.

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Slow Cooker Recipes

Slow cookers, also known as Crock-Pots, have been a big hit since the 1970’s. It is a countertop appliance that is used to simmer food at a reduced temperature for a longer period of time. Many people think of dishes like pot roast, pulled pork or soup when it comes to a slow cooker, but you can use it for much more – including cake! One note of caution: raw kidney beans and a few other beans (like broad beans or fava beans) contain the phytohemagglutinin toxin. Boiling destroys this toxin, but the far lower temperature of a slow cooker does not (read more at WikiPedia). Continue reading >>

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  1. hopefulmommietobe

    I'm on my second week of Metformin and have had some side affects. How long does that usually last? Also would really like to hear some success stories. My husband and I have been trying for about a year and no luck so even know we wanted it natural, we have decided to go the route of medication after finding out in December that I have PCOS. I know my doctor said if I were to become pregnant I would have to continue the Metformin through the pregnancy. The Questions I have would be, Has anyone ever had problems with Metformin during pregnancy? How long did it take to get pregnant after starting Metformin? And is there a chance of multiples?

  2. MinniaJs

    I d like to share a very positive experience with Metformin. I was diagnosed with PCOS after very irregular periods and anovulatory cycles. I already worked out regularly and was a healthy weight. My husband and I tried for a very long time to conceive and were starting to lose hope. I started taking Metformin 1500mg per day. I found it without Rx (my friend share with me this code * MET24PREG *, you can Google it.) The first month, my cycle length was cut in half and the second month, I got pregnant! I never thought the day would come that I would see a positive pregnancy test. I continued the Metformin through my first trimester and we now have a perfect baby boy. Keep your head up and give it a try...I am so thankful that I did.

  3. lindacnash

    On the 3rd of May I got my bfp I feel super great this pregnancy and really feel positive and will continue to take the metformin till the end good luck remember the Lord is good he played a big part for me

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Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/slow-coo... Watch how to make a quick-and-easy taco soup in the slow cooker. You can go mild or wild with this simple soup, just adjust the chilies. Ground beef is seasoned with taco seasoning and combined in the slow cooker with green chilies, tomatoes, canned beans, and corn. This top-rated recipe is simple, hearty, and delicious. Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Allrecipes Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest http://pinterest.com/allrecipes/

Slow Cooker Taco Soup

What You'll Need: 1 tablespoon canola oil 1 pound lean ground turkey 1 cup chopped onion Salt to taste 1 tablespoon chili powder 2 teaspoons cumin 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 cup frozen corn 1 (15-1/2-ounce) can black beans, rinsed and drained 1 (4.5-ounce) can diced green chilies 2 (14-1/2-ounce) cans no-salt-added diced tomatoes 1 cup fat-free, reduced sodium chicken broth What To Do: In a large skillet over medium-high heat, heat oil until hot. Add turkey and onion and cook 5 to 7 minutes, or until turkey is no longer pink, stirring occasionally. Place mixture in slow cooker, then add remaining ingredients; stir to combine. Cook on LOW 6 to 7 hours. Notes If your diet allows, you can try topping each serving of this taco soup with a dollop of reduced-fat sour cream and chopped cilantro. Yum! Need your soup in a hurry? Cook on HIGH 3 hours. Continue reading >>

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  1. xenia

    I have a few questions about a ketogenic diet.
    1) Lately, I have probably been eating less than 50 grams of carbs a day. Is this ketogenic?
    2) If someone is on a ketogenic diet, does this require urine testing at home? Is this suggested or necessary? Do you?
    3) Are there known risks for being on a severely carb restricted diet that one should be aware of?
    I seriously dont want to "hassle" with counting carbs, so I've thought to myself I will cut out the obvious ones then I wont have to count. Most recently, I've eliminated breads, rice, pototoes, sweets, and only eat carbs that end up in nuts, yogurt, low carb veggies, berries, etc. So based on that I am guessing that I eat 60 g of carbs a day, or less. Possibly much less on many days.
    Today for breakfast, I had scrambled eggs with sauteed peppers, and chedder cheese.
    Lunch was a small bowl of broccoli cheddar soup, with less than 10 grams of carbs (per the container)
    Supper was a 7 oz hamburger with about 3/4 cup strawberries. It was an early supper so I will have some Greek yogurt with nuts or something later.
    How does that sound?
    Yesterday, for breakfast I had a chocolate protein drink and 3 brazil nuts
    Lunch - turkey lunch meat, a couple slices of cheddar cheese, and a big handful of grape tomatoes.
    Now here is the clincher: For supper, I made some homemade "chicken pot pie mixture" and I didnt have it with the biscuit on top. I knew that I put flour in there, to thicken the sauce, and peas and carrots with carbs. I knew it was not a pristine choice (my husband couldnt stop raving, of course) I think it was the "Pizza Effect" I've heard about through this support community, as my BG didnt rise too much immediately after that - 118 at one hour, and 96 at two hours I was shocked, actually. But when I went to bed, it was 128! (I realize that it could have risen, "just because" as well.) For me, at that hour, that was a lot. And then all day today, higher than normal, even with low carb eating and a 30 minute walk.
    So I feel like I HAVE to basically eliminate most carbs from my life to maintain AS NEAR TO NORMAL NUMBERS AS POSSIBLE - is my goal. My ideal would be most of the day, under 100. Which means a very low carb, or ketogenic ? diet.
    Which is why I need to know more, from your perspective, about this diet. I LOVE my doctor, he's the greatest, but he is still suggesting 40 g of carbs at each meal. We've had plenty of discussion about that mindset. My dietician, too.
    So what do YOU think about a ketogenic diet - its safety, whether you need to test your urine for ketones, what numbers of carbs actually constitute a ketogenic diet? Does what I am doing sound like a ketogenic diet (minus the pot pie, no biscuit?)

  2. lowcarbwalking

    Hi Xenia,
    Here is my experience with doctors and a ketogenic diet:
    1. Internal medicine doctor who diagnosed me with diabetes:
    She had one patient who used the Keto eating method and it worked/s for him. She did not know enough about it to tell me how to do a ketogenic diet. She said, find info on the the web or get a book.
    2. My longtime endocrinologist:
    WHAT!?! A Keto Diet, that will make you sick. Very bad idea, don't do it, I don't recommend it.
    3. What I did:
    Read the book, "Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Eating" and Dr Bernstein's book, " Diabetes Solution". Both were in my local library.
    4. MY RESULT: Stayed on a Keto diet for 18 months. Lost 72 pounds without counting calories. BLood glucose numbers returned to normal. Have had normal range a1c's for last 6.5 years eating 50-70 grams of carb a day. 50-70 grams a day of carb does not put me into the Keto range.
    5. Last Visit with the ENDO who told me KETO was a bad idea:
    Saw my Endocrinologist this past Monday. She praised me highly for another A1c in the normal range and fasting blood glucose test in normal range. She says she does not consider me to have diabetes any longer and writes in my chart each time I see her: No clinical evidence of diabetic disease
    I have Keto test strips but only use them when I am ill to check to see if I have ketones and need to go to urgent illness for rehydration and anti nausea medication
    Different people get to the stage of having ketones at different levels of low carb eating. It depends on your body size, activity level,and possibly other medical conditions. Most women will not be in the Keto range at 50 plus grams of carb. Most people will be in Keto range if they eat a total of 20-30 grams of carb a day. It takes a few days to maybe a week of eating very low carb to attain Keto range.
    There are a number of closed Facebook groups you can join that are all about the Keto way of eating.
    More and more doctors and other medical professionals are coming around to using low carb including Keto diet as a recommendation for people with diabetes.
    There are and have been a number of poeple on this forum over the years that have done Keto or are doing Keto.

  3. maryd98

    I've read quite a few posts here from different people who've either tried a keto diet or who follow it regularly. I've never done it myself, but it seems to work for some people.
    Personally, I feel like the more 'balanced' I can make my meals/snacks, the more I'm able to stick with the plan over the long haul. I don't like the idea of cutting out any food group --or even any particular foods--except the ones I don't like! I do avoid dairy, because I'm lactose intolerant, but I have things like soy milk and vegan/veggie/nut cheese. If I have regular dairy, I get sick, so it's easy to cut that out.
    I focus on my BG trends and patterns more than on specific numbers on specific days. I do not try to maintain non-diabetic BG numbers 100% of the time. Still, the goals I've set are attainable and have kept me in good health; after living with T2 diabetes for 18+ years, I manage it without meds and have no signs of compications (knock on wood!).
    We each have to find our own way to live with diabetes and manage it so that we avoid complications. I would not advise anyone to follow a ketogenic diet, but like I said, I have read of people who do follow it, and they seem to be happy with it. I've read some negative comments, too, by some who've tried it. There's no single plan that works for everyone with T2 diabetes.
    I wish you good luck and good health as you continue on your journey!

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