Healthy menu for diabetics

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With diabetes, it is difficult to digest sugar and that is the main source of energy. As a result, cells do not get power, you can feel the fatigue and have to drink plenty of fluids.

With a healthy diet, you can maintain normal blood sugar levels. Proper nutrition can help the patient to forget about their illness and enjoy the taste of food.

Here's how a healthy, yet delicious menu for a diabetic for one week might look:

Monday

Breakfast - rye bread, a piece of boiled beef, tea with lemon and sweetener. Snack - a glass of low-fat cottage cheese and milk.

Lunch - soup of cabbage, rye or wheat bread in limited quantity, cooked zucchini and tomato salad and cucumber, a piece of non-oily fish, tea without sugar.

Afternoon snack - fruit salad and a cup of yogurt.

Dinner - boiled potatoes in limited amounts, boiled cabbage, juice from pears or raspberries.

Tuesday

Breakfast - one slice of rye bread, a boiled potato, tea with saccharine.

Brunch - soft-boiled egg, salad of tomatoes and cucumbers, coffee or tea with sweetener.

Lunch - meat broth without too much fat, a slice of white bread, a piece of boiled beef, raspberry tea without sugar.

Snack - baked apples, non-greasy cheese, tea without sugar.

Evening - salad of cabbage, a little bit of cooked beans, a slice of rye bread, yogurt.

Wednesday

Breakfast - one or two slices of rye bread, boiled zucchini, a soft-boiled egg, coffee or tea with sweetener.

Brunch - yogurt, two apples or fresh fruit that is not too sweet.

Lunch - chicken broth with vegetables, one or two slices of rye or white bread, salad with radishes and cucumbers, piece of roasted chicken or veal, tea without sugar.

Afternoon snack - salad of tomatoes, coffee with milk and sweetener.

Dinner - a piece of fish or chicken, coleslaw, yogurt with sweetener.

Thursday

Breakfast - two slices of rye bread, boiled potatoes, coffee or tea with sweetener.

Brunch - raspberry juice or raspberry tea, a diabetic Cupcake - sold in specialized stores shelves.

Lunch - soup of cooked beans, a piece of boiled fish, bean salad - in limited quantity, raspberry juice.

Afternoon snack - salad of carrot, except salad – yogurt, or kefir.

Dinner - salad of cabbage with egg, steamed zucchini, and an apple.

Friday

Breakfast - two slices of rye bread, a piece of beef, tea with sweetener.

Brunch - Diabetic Cupcake.

Lunch - sprout soup, two slices of rye bread, potato salad, peas and carrots with mayonnaise, a limited quantity of tea with sweetener.

Afternoon snack - yogurt with sweetener.

Dinner - slaw, baked potato with cheese, kefir.

Saturday

Breakfast - Two slices of rye, coffee with sweetener, little bit of non-greasy cottage cheese.

Brunch - diabetic candy bar, or yogurt mixed with raspberries, or other fruit that is not very sweet.

Lunch - meat broth without much fat, white bread in limited quantity, salad of tomatoes, onions and cucumbers, slice of beef - boiled or roasted.

Afternoon snack - carrot salad

Dinner - fried fish, cauliflower - cooked or baked, fruit yogurt.

Sunday

Breakfast - Two slices of rye, a soft-boiled egg, cucumber, tea with sweetener.

Brunch - Diabetic Cupcake.

Lunch - soup of cauliflower or broccoli, fried mushrooms, two slices of rye or white bread, a piece of grilled chicken

Afternoon snack - sour fruits, or yogurt.

Dinner - boiled sprout salad, fish or chicken meatballs, rye bread, yogurt.

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