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No-cook Meals
START TO FINISH 25 MINS (+ 2 HOURS CHILLING) SERVES 4 (AS A LIGHT MEAL) 1kg ripe tomatoes, roughly chopped1 large red capsicum, roughly chopped½ cucumber, sliced1 small clove garlic, grated2 Tbsp olive oil2 tsp chipotle sauce4 green shallots, thinly
Diabetic Living Australia4 min de lecture
Your Toolkit
Your blood glucose checks: Checking your blood glucose levels can show you how your body responds to food, physical activity, stress, and more. It can help you see if you are on target or if you need to make any changes, and it can help you adjust yo
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Diabetic Living Australia
Editor ALIX DAVIS Creative Director HANNAH BLACKMORE Art Director LESLEY JHOTY Features Writer ELLIE GRIFFITHS Editorial Coordinator ERIN CHRISTIE Food Editor ALISON ROBERTS Dietitian SHANNON LAVERY Commercial Brand Manager RHYL HEAVENER Rhyl.Heavene
Diabetic Living Australia2 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
Middle Eastern Chicken And Quinoa Salad
PREP 15 MINS COOK 15 MINS SERVES 2 (AS A MAIN) 60g (⅓ cup) quinoa160ml (⅔ cup) water2 x 125g skinless chicken breasts, trimmed of fat2 tsp olive oilFreshly ground black pepper2 tsp ground cumin2 tsp ground coriander1 red onion, finely chopped1 Lebane
Diabetic Living Australia4 min de lecturePsychology
Your Targets
So much of diabetes care is about the day to day. But it’s just as important to think about the big picture, and what you are truly aiming for. We’re not talking about lowering your HbA1c, or sticking with an exercise habit, although those things may
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Our Experts
Dr Kate Marsh Dietitian & diabetes educator Kate, who has type 1, is in private practice in Sydney; drkatemarsh.com.au Dr Sultan Linjawi Endocrinologist A diabetes specialist, Sultan has a clinic in Queensland; drsultanlinjawi.com Dr Janine Clarke Ps
Diabetic Living Australia3 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
Post-workout Bowls
PREP 10 MINS COOK 15 MINS SERVES 1 (AS A MAIN) 60g egg1 Tbsp olive oil3 green shallots, cut into 3cm pieces80g frozen spinach, defrosted2 tsp mild curry powder or gluten-free curry powder7 cherry tomatoes, halved80g frozen peas150g green king prawns,
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Decide What’s Working (and What Isn’t)
When it comes to managing your health, you are in the driver’s seat. “Your treatment plan has to allow you to live in alignment with the choices you want to be making for yourself and your health,” says Michael Lynch, type 1, a certified diabetes edu
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Here’s To Sunny Days!
I love this time of year. The craziness of Christmas is over and I can relax into summer days that stretch into warm evenings. During this time I love cooking good food – and this issue has plenty of that for you. We’ve got a celebration barbecue men
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Summer delight
■ Use fresh rather than frozen blueberries for this recipe, as they give the best colour and flavour. ■ For a different flavour combination, swap blueberries and basil with raspberries and mint. START TO FINISH 20 MINS (+ COOLING, CHILLING & FREEZING
Diabetic Living Australia3 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Your Hurdles
It’s not uncommon to feel like a victim now and then when you have diabetes. Finger sticks. Diet changes. Scary low blood glucose. And more. But thinking like a victim takes your power away. Reframing gives it back. Reframing is a potent skill that h
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JUST diagnosed
START HERE Getting your head around “diabetes lingo”? Read on… • When should I test my blood glucose levels (BGLs)? This varies depending on the type of diabetes and your medication, but possible times include before meals, two hours after eating, be
Diabetic Living Australia4 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Exceptionally good ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
START TO FINISH 15 MINS (+ FREEZING) SERVES 4 (AS A DESSERT) Stand 1 cup of 97% fat-free no-added-sugar vanilla ice cream in a small bowl at room temperature for 10 minutes or until softened slightly. Place ½ cup mixed frozen berries in a medium bowl
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Your Healthcare Team
If you have type 2 diabetes, having a healthcare team to help you to understand, manage and control your symptoms, and also provide ongoing care throughout life, is important. Many people can be part of your healthcare team to help you live well with
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YOUR Healthy Life
MORE THAN Researchers at the University of Waterloo, Canada, have developed a new diabetes monitor that can quickly and accurately determine your BGLs without needing to draw blood. This palm-sized device sends radio waves through the skin, into the
Diabetic Living Australia3 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Morning Star
■ Muffins are suitable to freeze, stored in an airtight container, for up to 3 months. ■ The muffins are best eaten warm; reheat, one at a time, in a microwave oven for about 20 seconds on high ⁄ 100%. You will need about four passionfruit for this r
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I Tried To Do The Right Thing, But Nothing Worked
“When I was 21, I’d been suffering from recurring boils for a few months. I’d have up to 10 at any time on my arms, belly, back, bum… everywhere. I was on every antibiotic, medical body wash, pain killers, anything they could think of, but nothing se
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Santa’s Little Diabetic
Once a year, Santa visits the children of the world and checks in on his cheeky elves; but this year his elves living with diabetes got a little something special. Fifteen-year-old Lachlan Di Pasquale has taken on a mission as “Santa’s Little Diabeti
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Our Food Explained
Our Nutrition Info boxes sit alongside each recipe. Use them to track your nutritional requirements, as well as count carbs, carb exchanges and find out whether a recipe is low-, medium- or high-GI, or gluten-free. Easy! We show you whether a food is
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Diabetes Hasn’t Runied Me, It’s Saved Me
“Being asked ‘has someone spoken to you about your diabetes?’ by a doctor as I was lying in a hospital bed was certainly a shock considering I didn’t know I had diabetes, but at the time, I was far more concerned about the stroke I’d just had. “The d
Diabetic Living Australia5 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
5 Days 5 Dinners
PREP 10 MINS COOK 20 MINS SERVES 2 (AS A MAIN) 2 (120g each) blue eye cod fillets or firm white fish fillets1 Tbsp olive oil2 Tbsp Masterfoods Smokey Jamaican Barbecue Style MarinadeFreshly ground black pepper½ bunch green shallots300g can corn kerne
Diabetic Living Australia2 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Cook, Eat, Joy
Discover our supermarket favourite, learn kitchen hints, try some quick and easy recipes, all from food editor Alison Roberts ■ Cut the pomegranate in half crossways and hold it over a bowl. Hit the outside of the pomegranate firmly with a spoon mult
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Ready Set Go
The 5km is one of the most popular race distances. And it’s easy to understand why. It’s a challenging yet doable distance, even for those who don’t consider themselves runners. Plus, 5km events are a great way to connect with your community, see new
Diabetic Living Australia2 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
Love Your Leftovers
PEARL BARLEY: Cook following packet instructions to use in salads or great as an alternative to rice to make a pearl barley risotto. STOCK: Use in sauces and marinades. Alternatively, freeze in ice cube trays and then transfer to an airtight containe
Diabetic Living Australia1 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Summer Snack Ideas
Use a fork to smash 125g mixed berries in a serving bowl. Stir in 2 Tbsp low-fat Greek-style natural yoghurt. Drizzle over the pulp of 1 passionfruit. Sprinkle over 10g roughly chopped walnuts and 1 tsp flaked coconut. Serves 1. PER SERVE 719kJ, prot
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The Plan
STRENGTH TRAINING Strength workouts are important for distance training because they shore up weaknesses and help your muscles avoid fatigue. You’ll alternate between two circuits: Circuit A is an injury-prevention routine created for this program (f
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7-day Summer Diet Plan
Our new Healthy Diet Plan is packed with healthy fats, lean protein and low GI carbs, as well as a rainbow of healthy vegetables and fruits, while minimising processed products and added salt. If you follow this plan, you can expect to cut back on ad
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Plan Your Week, it’s Easy!
Red meat – such as beef, pork, veal and lamb – is well known for being a “protein-rich” food, providing your body with energy and amino acid “building blocks” that your body uses to build and repair muscles and bones, and to make hormones and enzymes
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Strength Training for Injury Prevention
Strong legs protect and cushion your hips, knees, and ankles. This efficient move builds overall leg strength, endurance, and – because you focus on one leg at a time – stability. Stand with your feet together and Continue lunging forward and back wi
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Your 7-day Summer Diet Plan For 2
Mushroom hash with poached eggs Peach & orange yoghurt pots with ginger oats Mushroom hash with poached eggs Peach & orange yoghurt pots with ginger oats Banana & cinnamon pancakes with blueberry compote Banana & cinnamon pancakes with blueberry comp
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