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Lecture 2

NSE 21A/B Lecture 2: Diabetic Food List


Department
Nursing
Course Code
NSE 21A/B
Professor
Jasmine
Lecture
2

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Diabetics Food List
Best Choices:
Whole-grain ours, such as whole wheat our
Whole grains, such as brown rice
Cereals containing whole-grain ingredients and little added sugar
Whole-grain bread
Baked sweet or white potato or baked steak fries
Whole-grain our or corn tortillas
Corn, popcorn or products made from corn
Fresh vegetables, eaten raw or lightly steamed, roasted, or grilled
Plain frozen vegetables, lightly steamed
Low sodium or unsalted canned vegetables
Lettuces, greens, kale, spinach, arugula
Plain frozen fruit or fruit canned in fruit juice
Fresh fruit
Sugar-free or low-sugar jam or preserves
No-sugar-added applesauce
100% fruit juice
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Worst Choices:
White our
Processed grains, such as white rice
Cereals with little whole grain and lots of sugar
White bread
French fries
Fried white-our tortillas
Canned vegetables with lots of added sodium
Vegetables cooked with lots of added butter, cheese, or sauce
Pickles (if you need to limit sodium; otherwise, pickles are okay)
Sauerkraut, (same as pickles; limit only if you have high blood pressure)
Canned fruit with heavy sugar syrup
Chewy fruit rolls
Regular jam, jelly, and preserves (unless portion is kept small)
Sweetened applesauce
Fruit punch, fruit drinks, fruit juice drinks
The best choices of dairy products are:
Fat-free or low-fat (1% milk)
Plain non-fat yogurt (regular or Greek yogurt)
non-fat light yogurt (regular or Greek yogurt)
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