5 Low Carb Meals for Diabetics that Don't Spike Blood Sugar


My top 5 easy to make low carb meals that I eat every week. They are very tasty and they don’t spike my blood glucose. I know that my blood sugar will stay in range after eating these meals.
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These low carb options are perfect for type 1 and type 2 diabetics as well as for those on a keto diet.

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0:38 Breakfast ham and eggs with tomato and avocado salad
1:23 Green chicken curry soup
3:31 Indian style roasted cauliflower
4:16 Tuna salad open sandwich
5:36 Chicken and zucchini meatballs

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  1. For anyone in the US looking to make these recipes, please note that the coriander here is what we call cilantro. In the US, the only coriander we have is the seed, the herb of the plant is called cilantro. On another note, I have had type 1 for about 13 years now and have been low carb from the beginning. I would still need to bolus for these meals, even though they are low carb. I think once I started ketosis, I noticed that I needed to bolus for protein and fat even with minimal carbs. Of course, I don't need to bolus very much, maybe 3-5 units depending on how much protein is in the meal. If one is not low carb, I am pretty sure that they probably would not need to bolus. These look very tasty! Especially the chicken curry soup!

  2. Just started following you because I have recently begun wearing a Freestyle Libre 2 monitor. Have gotten more tips on the monitor from you than the doctor. My husband and I stay under 30 carbs a day. I am always looking for delicious low carb recipes. Thank you.


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