Benefits of Eating Gluten-Free Whole Grains
Author of The Complete Gluten-Free Whole Grains Cookbook, Judith Finlayson, believes there is absolutely no reason why people (no matter what their age) should be denied the benefits of eating whole grains just because they can’t tolerate gluten. There are many delicious gluten-free whole grains,... More »
Chocolate Banana Stuffed French Toast (vegetarian, diabetes-friendly)
Both whole-grain bread and banana slices boost the fiber in this old-time breakfast favorite, perfect for brunch! Using sprouted whole-grain bread gives you the advantage of magic carbs. More »
Smoky Chipotle Quinoa Burgers
Carnivores and vegetarians will be equally delighted with these “meaty” quinoa burgers. They get their smokiness from chipotle chile powder and smoked Gouda, but you could increase it with some barbecue sauce spread on the buns. More »
Quinoa Tabbouleh (diabetes-friendly)
Versatile quinoa, with its mild, nutty taste, goes well in salads, soups and side dishes. Here, it stands in for bulgur in this popular Middle Eastern salad. Thanks to quinoa’s complete protein content, this tasty salad can stand on its own as a vegetarian dish, or it can be served as a side dish... More »
Fiesta Eggs Benedict (diabetes-friendly)
Jalapeños are trending — put the spotlight on your breakfast with this spicy recipe! More »
Curried Pork and Fruit (diabetes-friendly)
This curry has a mild spice level which is accented nicely with the fruit and works perfectly with the pork. A wonderful meal on a busy weeknight. More »
The Health Benefits of Legumes
Legumes Are Very Good for You Many major health organizations agree that legumes can play a key role in our efforts to prevent chronic diseases. Research has shown that people with a healthy lifestyle who regularly consume legumes as part of a nutritious diet are less likely to develop... More »
Whole Wheat Blueberry Muffins (diabetes-friendly)
Muffins are always good for camping and hiking. If you want to keep some for next weekend, you can freeze two successfully. Allow them to thaw slowly at room temperature — they won’t take long. More »
Pan-Roasted Trout with Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce (diabetes-friendly)
Here’s a simplified cooking method for trout. It’s served with a vibrant fresh tomato topping that is more popularly associated with bruschetta. More »
Cantonese Mushroom, Vegetable and Scallop Stir-Fry [Xing Bao Gu Chao Dai Zi] (diabetes-friendly)
This saucy Cantonese-style dish from Hong Kong is delicious served over buckwheat or soba noodles. More »
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