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A few options you can try include: 8 Carrots with hummus Celery sticks or apple slices with peanut butter 1/4 cup of cottage cheese with 1/2 cup of fresh fruit 1/4 cup of dried fruit and nut mix (avoid trail mixes with candy pieces) A hard-boiled egg 3 cups of light popcorn 5 whole-wheat crackers. Our healthy egg salad, low carb vegan tuna salad, and diabetic taco recipe (can be eaten at any temperature) are great make-ahead lunches that will help you meal plan for the week. Since the carb allowance for lunch with gestational diabetes is normally 30 to 40 carbs, each recipe includes the portion size and carb count.
Gestational Diabetes Recipes. Parmesan Eggplant Pasta. This lightened-up version of the classic eggplant pasta dish swaps out some of the cheese and uses protein-rich lentil pasta. Farro Salad with Arugula, Artichokes & Pistachios.
Breakfast Salad with Egg & Salsa Verde Vinaigrette. Grilled. In the meantime, until you see your nutritionist, check out common carb counts for each meal and learn more about the gestational diabetes diet. As for your glucose levels, almost always your doctor will want your fasting blood sugar to be 90 or below, your 1 hour post meal glucose at 130 or below, and your 2 hour post meal glucose at 120 or below. Green Beans and Wild Rice with Sesame Ginger Salmon Mix together rice vinegar, soy sauce, ginger, sesame oil, and onion powder to brush over the salmon before baking it.
Saute some zucchini and asparagus ribbons and cook rice for the rest of the family. Gestational diabetes meal plan and recipe ideas When planning each gestational diabetes-friendly meal, keep that balance in mind. “I typically recommend that each meal should contain some protein, healthy fat, carbohydrate and non-starchy vegetable,” Tracy suggests. Meal ideas for lunch and dinner can be: Turkey sandwich on whole wheat bread with sliced apple, fresh cauliflower and 1 cup of milk Vegetable salad with chicken, black beans, diced pear, shredded cheese and a small amount of salad dressing, along with whole grain crackers Fish tacos, pinto beans, salsa, diced mango and 1 cup of milk.
Chicken tamales. Chicken with braised pineapple. Chipotle spiced shrimp. Cinnamon French toast.
Citrus seared salmon. Corn tamales with avocado-tomatillo salsa. Cracked wheat chili.
Creamy beef enchiladas. Creamy cheesy macaroni. Take the time to plan before you shop, then stock your kitchen so everything you need for a quick meal is on hand. A great, additional resource is our cookbook, Quick & Healthy Recipes, Volume II, designed for busy people with little time to cook and health goals at the forefront. Meal and Snack Ideas for Gestational Diabetes Breakfast Ideas for Gestational Diabetes.
Breakfast was the hardest meal for me because so many breakfast foods are high in carbs. My biggest craving when I was pregnant with my first baby was anything that fell into that high carb, breakfast food.
List of related literature:
|from Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing E-Book|
|from Clinical Naturopathic Medicine E-Book|
|from Present Knowledge in Nutrition|
|from Sadikot’s International Textbook of Diabetes|
|from Practical Guide to High Risk Pregnancy and Delivery E-Book|
|from What to Expect: Eating Well When You’re Expecting|
|from Type 2 Diabetes: Principles and Practice, Second Edition|
|from Principles of Diabetes Mellitus|
|from Manual of Obstetrics E-book|
|from Study Guide and Procedure Checklist Manual for Kinn’s The Clinical Medical Assistant E-Book: An Applied Learning Approach|