Quinoa For Diabetics: Benefits & Delicious Quinoa Recipes!

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Quinoa is a popular food choice for people with diabetes. But is it good for you? In this video, we’ll explore the pros and cons of eating quinoa and give you some tips and recipes on how to make the most of this nutritious grain! Visit sugarmds.com for more educational content.
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Who is Dr. Ergin? Dr. Ahmet Ergin is an endocrinologist with a particular interest and passion for diabetes care. Dr. Ergin earned his medical degree with honors at Marmara University School of Medicine in Istanbul, Turkey. Then, he completed his internal medicine residency and endocrinology fellowship at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a board-certified physician in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. He is also a certified diabetes education specialist.

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  1. I eat high fiber rice, quinoa, bulgur, buckwheat, sweet potato, and breads for carbs, of course, in controlled portions. I also eat vegetables every meal to increase my fiber intake. I eat the vegetables first before the grains or bread. For breads, I choose the ones with higher fiber and less sugar.

  2. The thing I find with Quinoa is it has a tendency to spike my blood sugar, I had it for dinner two day ago with ACV and did resistance exercise after dinner, my blood test was 8.2 mmol/l which is about 142 mg/dl, this is exceptionally high for me. If I had Bulgar wheat I will probably be in the safer region well below 7.8 mmol/l (140) without any post meal activities. Cook and cool for better blood results folks.

  3. Thank you for this info. I knew quinoa was nutritious but I didn't know just how nutritious. I make tabouli salad, substituting quinoa for the bulger wheat. Much better for my diabetes and I like the texture better too. For those who don't know, tabouli is a salad made with parsley, tomato and onion dressed with a little olive oil and lemon juice. I like to make a low carb wrap with it, with hummus, vegetable slaw and cheese, A healthy, delicious, light lunch with a piece of fruit for dessert.

  4. We are trying to grow quinoa this year. The grasshoppers have been eating if(darn). We are using quinoa in our diet now. There are so many ways to use it. Quinoa leaves are edible, too. It is best if they are young smaller leaves. We are going to the Quinoa festival in Panguitch, Utah on September 17!

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