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Diabetes Diet Recipes

If you are diabetic, or wish to prevent type-2 diabetes, or overweight, there is no need for you to eat special foods.

The only real rule is that you should cut down on carbs and eat more fats from animal sources (butter, lard, tallow, goose fat and so on) or tropical oils (coconut and palm oil), and olive oil.

Using that as a guide, it is usually possible to adapt what you like now. For example, if you are baking a cake, you can always cut the amount of sugar you add by half without a noticeable effect on the taste.

For that reason, the recipes here are to give you some ideas. Then, using these as examples, you can probably adapt recipes in women's magazines to fit the general principles.

If anyone has recipes they would like to send for inclusion, we would be delighted to publish them, together with the sender's name (unless you would prefer we didn't).

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Last updated 23 January 2009

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