Diabetic Cooking For One

I enjoy your newsletter and I saw that you was looking for Requests.

I’m a LPN type 2 diabetic, and I’m in need of some good receipes that I can freeze my meals.

My children are all grown, and I’m trying to break a bad habit of eating out.

I’m a nurse in a military facility in North Carolina I appreciated any suggestions.

Thanks,

Cheryl Elizabeth Dimery,LPN
dimeryce@gmail.com

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Comments

  1. Lael says

    You could save and re-use frozen dinner containers, or buy dinner-sized microwavable containers. Make regular entrees and eat one portion and freeze the rest in separate containers with vegetables and side dishes. Remember to label each container. A friend of mine freezes the vegetables and side dishes separately with labels in her freezer. She can easily pick out what she wants for dinner. Most of the recipes on this site are healthy. Often portion control is the most important factor to be concerned with. I find that I personalty eat less when I eat the right things, except where chocolate is concerned….
    Good luck and may you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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