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RECIPE: heart healthy(low salt) & diabetic recipes

Posted by klown98 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 7, 02 at 10:48

I have a leaky valve in my heart and my husband is a diabetic so I need both kinds of recipes.
Please can you help?
Thanx,
Karla


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Karla...check out this site....

This message board is a good place to get Diabetic recipes. They are great with support too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Diabetic Recipe Swap


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RE: RECIPE: heart healthy(low salt) & diabetic recipes

Have you tried the EnerG products? They are at health food stores and some grocery stores carry them. There is a product called EnerG Baking Soda (no salt), EnerG egg Replacer (no fat, cholesterol and 5 mg. sodium). I also use Fetherweight baking powder (no salt). My Dad is on a low salt diet (500 mg./day) because he has heart and kidney failure. His problems were started from diabetes. The Dr. told him to make his own bread. Some sandwich buns have almost 500 mg. of sodium. You cannot buy any prepackaged foods, everything must be homemade.


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Karla...I sent you an e-mail but it came back.....)))

undeliverable.

My name is Phyllis A. aka Filus.


I am compiling my second recipe book called "Healthy Eatin' Recipes". They are all low in salt..fat and cholesterol. All have Nutritional Analysis and many have Diabetic Exchanges.

This book is Free. I send it thru e-mail. If you are interested send me an e-mail and I will put you on the list to receive it.


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