If you've just been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, you've been told that you don't need to give up the foods you love entirely, but that to keep your blood sugar in check, you need to exercise more or less strict portion control. In other words, you get a taste and not much more.
However, making your choices according to how the food is prepared can give you a lot more food. For instance, a chicken thigh battered and fried contains approximately 7.8 carbs while a roasted thigh has no carbs at all. In other words, you can eat as many roasted thighs as you want with no increase in carbs. One cup raw, peeled cucumber has 2.57 carbs while the same one cup with the peel on has 3.78 carbs. While a fried egg has .38 carbs, the same size egg scrambled has about .50 carbs. 1/2 cup orange sherbet has 22.5 carbs while the same amount of vanilla ice cream has only 15.58 carbs.
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