OK, maybe with Thanksgiving just around the corner you might not be thinking about eating for good health. But...
I've blogged several times about a book that has really helped me in my battle to manage Type 2 diabetes: Reader's Digest's Magic Foods for Better Blood Sugar.
Just in case you don't want to plunk down money for this wonderful book, I thought I would share with you the list of Magic Foods.
Some of these--like Jerusalem artichokes (?!), I haven't tried yet. Others have become staples of my diet, and I do want to incorporate as many as possible into my eating.
So, for the inquiring minds that want to know? Here's the list (and who knows, you may be able to incorporate some of these into your Thanksgiving festivities!):
(By the way, there's no significance to the varying font sizes--I just did that to break up the visual monotony of the list.)
photo by Alain Chirkov via
chicken and turkey
peaches, apricots, plums
spinach and other dark greens
whole wheat bread and flour