Nutritionist Cooks Diabetes Friendly Recipes

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Cooking meals when you have diabetes can be challenging, but it’s not impossible! Cooking and eating balanced meals is highly recommended to manage your blood sugar. Nutritionist Jo Sebastian give us a rundown of the types of diabetes, what you can be doing differently once you’re diagnosed, and shares two simple recipes for your next meal prep session at home.

Munggo
Ingredients
3 tbsp oil
2 pc tilapia
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 pc red onions, sliced
2 pc tomatoes, sliced
1 cup munggo beans
1 cup malunggay leaves

Procedure:
In a pan with hot oil, cook the fish for 2-3 minutes on each side. Set aside and shred.
Using the same pan, saute garlic and onions followed by the tomatoes.
Add your munggo beans and fill with 4 cups of water. Bring to a boil and simmer for about 40 minutes or until the beans are mashable. Add your malunggay and cook for an additional 2 minutes.

Makes 6 servings

Egg Wrap
Ingredients:
3 pc eggs
1 pc cucumbers, cut in half and sliced
3 pcs tomatoes, sliced
kesong puti
Greek-style yogurt

Procedure:
Beat all eggs in a bowl. On a non-stick skillet, add oil and eggs.
Once the egg is set, loosen the sides and flip. Cook for an additional 30 seconds and set aside.
Assemble by placing the veggies and cheese at the bottom of the egg. Drizzle with yogurt and roll into a wrap.

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Jump to:
(0:00) Intro
(0:23) What is Diabetes?
(4:12) Symptoms of Diabetes
(7:22) Diet Tips
(10:51) FAQs, Munggo with Tilapia Recipe
(14:35) FAQs, Egg Wrap Recipe
(17:44) Taste Test, Outro

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  1. Very well said, exactly the same explanation as my son's dietician here in Canada. He has type 2 diabetes at the age of 14. Post-pandemic and it runs in the family. Thank you for educating our fellow kababayans. Check how much fiber you need to eat per meal and according to your gender 🙂 Get yourself tested every year!

  2. Hypoglecemia (Low blood sugar) under 30mg/ddl, this is dangerously low, is scary, your consciousness turns on and off, it feels like youre teleporting, and if you faint and not go into coma,it's traumatizing for the first time, hypo almost always occur after a tiring activity such as exercise or when you don't eat like during dawn while youre asleep, good thing whenever this happens my body wakes me up for some reason, all you need to do is eat or drink something sweet. I have type 1 dIabetes since 10 yrs old ,now I'm 28, I use an insulin pump since 14

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