[Sca-cooks] OOP - Baked Fish

Deborah Hammons mistressaldyth at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 18:15:55 PDT 2009

Whole grains are a part of that detox.  Just not flour, or any refined
carbohydrates.  Easy fix is nothing white, except milk.  And a lot depends
on what your treatment regimen is.  Insulin or not, oral meds or not.
 Hopefully someone has explained about how to balance your blood sugar
level, and what triggers things.  It really depends on the glycemic index of
the food.  That has been around for a long time, not just a recent fad diet
thing.  Do you have a diabetic educator?

On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 5:09 PM, Celia des Archier
<CeliadesArchier at cox.net>wrote:

> Margaret said:
> > FWIW (Hi folks, just had my 35th anniversary with type 1 diabetes this
> > year), some meal (cornmeal, flour, bread crumbs) on your fish is ok --
> you
> > just need to adjust what other carbohydrates you eat around what you use
> on
> > the fish (the trick is not to just cut everything out, but to balance it
> in
> > a reasonable way).
> I'm actually only cutting everything out right now because my blood sugar
> levels are so out of control.  I basically need to "detox" until my
> system's
> back in balance.
> Once my glucose levels are under control and I've established a healthy
> nutritional program as a habit I'll feel comfortable adding whole grains
> back
> into my diet, but I'm enough of a "carb addict" I want to stay way from the
> refined flour and other refined carbs, as I grew up on everything deep
> fried
> and non-nutritional grains... so it's just too easy to fall into bad habits
> if
> I'm not strict with myself :)
> Thanks for all the info!  And for the suggestion on putting cucumbers on
> fish
> kabobs :)
> Celia
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