Oatmeal for Diabetics Cookbook

Oatmeal For Diabetics Cookbook

Eating this keto oatmeal for diabetics is an excellent way for you to start your day! You may have already discovered the hard way that traditional oatmeal and type 2 diabetes do not really go together because it raises your blood sugar. Well, with this delicious oatmeal for diabetics cookbook, you can enjoy eating an oatmeal that can leave you feeling balanced and energized.

Traditional oatmeal is made from oats that are very high in carbs. For this reason, traditional oatmeal will elevate a diabetic’s blood sugar even when no sugar is added. Therefore, the oat itself is the culprit for raising the blood sugar of someone with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Changing the toppings for traditional oatmeal may help lower your blood sugar some, but ultimately traditional “oat” oatmeal will elevate your blood sugar. So, we have incorporated some delicious oatmeal for diabetics in our diabetic cookbook.

The Preparation

With this simple oatmeal for diabetics cookbook, your low carb breakfast prep could not be easier. Most recipes can be prepared in about 2 minutes and cooked in the microwave in less than 1 minute.

The Serving Size

In this diabetic cookbook, each recipe is a single serving size. You can easily double, triple, or quadruple the recipe as needed to share. However, one of the first things you will notice about this keto oatmeal for diabetics is that it is extremely filling. The ingredients are high fiber and full of satisfying healthy fats. Therefore, the serving size is a bit smaller than a typical pouch of instant oatmeal. We are certainly not trying to leave you hungry, so please multiply the recipe as needed to get satisfied.

The Grain

Since the “oat” itself is off-limits, a substituted grain is required. Almonds are high in healthy fat, low carb, low sodium, and high fiber. Therefore, the nutritional health benefits of almonds are extremely comparable to oatmeal – without all the carbs! Therefore, this oatmeal for diabetics is made to capture, first of all, your taste buds and secondly the health benefits. Low Carb Diet Life created several delicious combinations of oatmeal for diabetics.

No Sugar Added

You will find that this oatmeal for diabetics cookbook is a bit indulgent. However, they are truly low carb, low glycemic recipes for diabetics. Some recipes are made with typical oatmeal flavors like apple spices and blueberry oatmeal. However, we like to keep eating a low carb breakfast interesting. With flavors like carrot cake oatmeal and peach cobbler oatmeal, this oatmeal for diabetics cookbook is a real low carb breakfast treat.

Low Sodium

This oatmeal for diabetics is also low sodium. Many low carb breakfast foods are high in sodium. So, once you kick the carbs, shortly thereafter, you are then looking for ways to kick some of the sodium. Well, this oatmeal for diabetics is a great way to incorporate some healthy low carb, low sodium “grains” into your diabetic diet.

High Fiber

Foods that are low carb and high in fiber can often help lower your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol! Therefore, as mentioned, this oatmeal for diabetics is definitely a comparable healthy alternative to traditional “oat” oatmeal. Instead of raising your blood sugar, it may actually help lower your blood sugar!

Oatmeal for Diabetics Cookbook

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