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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Sat Sep 30, 2017 12:54 am

pp,

Interestingly, my doctor was expressing interest in the Keto diet (for himself) during my office visit. Later, when the CT scan lab directed me to not take diabetes medicine for 48 hours after the CT, I sensed opportunity to test Keto foods (else blood sugar scores would have been higher for those days). Long story short: Blood sugar scores suddenly became very good! and without medication!

Daily testing continues with detailed note taking all day. :duh

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by peacockplume » Sat Sep 30, 2017 1:54 am

Rod,
Awesome,,, :finger:
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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Mon Oct 02, 2017 2:24 am

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

Ending day 6 of strict Keto with continuing great blood sugars! (pre-supper was 82 (4.6))
... and not such emphasis on the high fat portion of a Keto diet. I'm somewhat mystified
that my early decision to eliminate ALL grain-based foods seems to be so important!
At least, without grains (including flours), carb limiting seems much easier - I'm keeping
total carbs under 50g and learned that sugar in fruit requires close monitoring. :oops:

:idea: I believe that whole grains could be included in a relaxed Keto diet (<100g carbs),
but it's easier to first identify foods that can be consumed (and are appealing). ;)

About grain-based foods (IMO): These often contain more carbohydrates and the carbs
digest faster than other foods. Grain-based foods had been the greater part of my diet
until Keto Kommander started navigating my grocery store cruisin'. :roll:

:roll Tip: Firm tofu made with sprouted soybeans, briefly heated and served with
cooked frozen mixed veggies, then topped with virgin olive oil and S&P
has satisfying carb-appeal ... without having so many carbs. 8)

Rod ... :bike: ...

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Sandy » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:33 am

Rod,
I am very excited by your experience with a ketogenic diet. :bana: There may be hope for us yet! :cheers:
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
((((((((and a big hug too))))))))
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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:07 am

Sandy,

If my glucometer was not showing cause & effect from foods,
I would not believe that eliminating grains (at least, temporarily)
would be an easy transition to a Keto diet. Lower-than-average
scores (lower than scores of healthy people) are mysterious. :?

I'm not convinced that current Keto information is perfect
(beans are discouraged, but I've found that 1/2 cup of black beans
or red kidney beans, or aduki beans, or garbanzo beans
does not cause a large blood sugar increase.) :roll

Caveat: The goal of a strict Keto diet is to cause constant ketosis
where the body gets energy from fats more than carbohydrates*.
Having read that ketosis occurs naturally (albeit low levels),
forcing constant ketosis seems incorrect. :roll:

* This is why the Keto diet emphasizes fats.

Caution: Diabetes is not cured by Keto dieting -
it just beomes better-controlled ... apparently. ;)

Rod :D

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by peacockplume » Mon Oct 02, 2017 8:33 am

Rod
how do fresh raw vegetables affect your diet?
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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Mon Oct 02, 2017 2:44 pm

pp,

Quick answer :arrow:
Many fresh veggies (even cooked) are recommended for the Keto diet,
with root veggies (carrots, potatoes) consumed in limited amount.
My recent good experience with beans hints that root veggies
may not be so problematic in small servings. :finger:

Since I needed to fast 8-12 hours for this morning's doctor's appointment,
I surmised that a later hearty supper (8:00 PM; still "Keto") yesterday
would provide the energy I needed until I returned home.

My supper was more caloric than usual and included 1/3 cup Cilantro Pesto*
followed later by 1/2 LARGE mango, followed by a bedtime "snack" of
1 cup homemade mushroom soup and 1 oz cheddar cheese. :roll:
:o Runaway dieting, but still mostly Keto!

I expected a higher morning blood sugar but it was still in good range
for people without diabetes: 70-100 mg/dL (3.9-5.6 mmol). 8)
My score: 96 (5.3) ... without diabetes medication :!:
Obviously, the good influence of "Keto" foods.

* Cilantro Pesto - http://board.1111angels.com/viewtopic.p ... 32#p189799
with garbanzo beans instead of cannellini and 1/3 cup sesame seeds.

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Wheat 'n Rye Mounds

Post by Amigoo » Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:16 pm

Wheat 'n Rye Mounds (makes 9 Mounds)

A more fiber-inclusive version of the Mini-Mounds of Ruis recipe,
with similar ease of preparation. These hearty Rye Mounds are
great accompanied by complementary spreads or cheese.

:roll Ingredients:

2 1/3 cups very warm water
1 1/2 tsp dry yeast
2 rounded tsp brown sugar
1 cup wheat bran

3/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp dry yeast
1 rounded tbsp caraway seeds
2 1/2 cups dark rye flour
1/4 rounded cup brown flax meal
1 tbsp virgin olive oil
Bread flour for cookie sheet

:arrow: Directions:

- Lightly coat a cookie sheet with oil, then sprinkle on bread flour and tap to remove excess.
- Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.
- In a warm glass quart measuring cup, add warm water, then stir in yeast, sugar, and wheat bran;
cover measuring cup and let mixture rest 20 min.
- In a medium bowl, combine rye flour and flax meal, then set aside.
- Stir salt, yeast, and caraway seeds into soaked bran, stir well, then pour into flour mixture;
stir well to combine, add olive oil and stir vigorously to mix.
- Drop spoonsful of batter evenly onto floured cookie sheet, then let rest in a warm place 5 min.
- Reduce oven to 350 degrees and bake 40-45 min.
- Let Mounds cool 5 min., then separate from cookie sheet with a spatula and serve warm.

Tips:
1) warm the measuring cup and water in a microwave.
2) use two spoonsful per Mound (one on top) for height.

Rod :D

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Sandy » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:48 pm

Thanks again Rod for the great information and latest addition to the recipe index. I am hoping to incorporate some of your ideas into my shopping list today. :finger:
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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:33 am

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

Wheat 'n Rye Mounds, a "perfected" rye muffin top recipe. :roll
On the other hand ... not so Keto friendly:

Carbohydrates in foods of meal after 14 hr fast (2 hr after doctor's appt):

1 Rye Mound (28g), 1/3 cup cottage cheese (2.5g), 2 small tomatoes (.5g)
Blood sugar before meal: 82 (after 14 hr fast)
2 hrs later: 122 (first time over 100 in 7 days of Keto foods!)

:shock: Good evidence that the recipe's wheat bran (1 cup; 10g per 1/4 cup)
and rye flour (2 1/2 cups; 21g per 1/4 cup) trigger higher blood sugar.

With 50g the daily Keto goal, 28g is not that high, but these grains
triggered quick blood sugar response and much higher (IMO)
than similar response to fat and protein. ;)

:bana: ... inspiring a Keto Mantra:
Grains are great on the plate, Below your pate, CARBOHYDRATE :!:

Pate = crown of the head

Rod ... :bike: ... (back to Keto Kruisin')

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Tue Oct 03, 2017 2:17 am

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...
Good evidence that the recipe's wheat bran and rye flour trigger higher blood sugar.
The nutrition conundrum (IMO):
For diabetics*, carbohydrates in grains are more problematic
than carbohydrates in other foods (even sugar and beans).
How is this possible :?: :!:

* non-diabetics probably have similar blood sugar response,
but their insulin increases quickly to compensate. ;)

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Tue Oct 03, 2017 2:28 am

pp,

Another coinkydink ...

I was instructed by the doctor's office to fast 8-12 hrs before my appoinment today
... and assumed that blood would be drawn for lab tests. :duh

My doctor just reviewed my CT scan results, declaring that no major problem existed
in the area scanned and that I needed a seasonal flu shot - no blood testing required.

The coinkydink: I would not have seized the opportunity for the Keto test
if such a long fast was not required. Perhaps, guidance from above
to continue the Keto research re: diabetes. :roll:

Maybe ... in the future, diabetics with low blood sugar
will be instructed to "Eat a doughnut!" :o

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:33 am

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

End of research today ...
Re: https://wholegrainscouncil.org/whole-gr ... ole-grains

"Sprouted brown rice fights diabetes."

Analysis: Whereas cooked brown rice, a grain, aggravates diabetes (IMEO),
sprouted brown rice (then cooked?) "fights diabetes".

The nutrition conundrum (IMEO) : :scratch:
For diabetics*, carbohydrates in grains are more problematic
than carbohydrates in other foods (even sugar and beans).
How is this possible possible :?: :!:

* non-diabetics probably have similar blood sugar response,
but their insulin increases quickly to compensate.

IMEO = In My Experiential Opinion

:idea: Tip: Wildwood Organic Tofu, made with sprouted soybeans, is diabetes friendly!

Rod ... :bike: ... (Keto Kruisin' ... IMEO)

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:10 pm

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

Keto Carbonary, recipe for better diabetes control
(nary one unnecessary carbohydrate) :finger:

:idea: The Keepers
- keep total carbohydrates <100g
- keep grain-based carbohydrates <50
- keep sugar-based carbohydrates <1 :roll:
- keep focus on slower-digesting carbs
- keep keeping ... daily ;)

Rod ... :bike: ...

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by peacockplume » Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:26 am

Hi Rod and Sandy,

You guys are getting me hooked,,,lol

I'm adding recipies to my computer recipie file,,,thinking,,,ok,,,that's for my shopping list when we get down to AZ.

I'm definitely going to try your cilantro recipie with chick peas,,,reminds me of a humus recipie I 'had" and I like to eat it with Naan bread.

and the rye/wheat breads sound good with homemade soup for chilly winter days coming up.

but I never heard of sprouting brown rice,,,,

cooked, yes,,,in fact, had it tonight with my veggie/beef stir fry

and,,,thanks so much for that link to the Oldways Whole Grains Council.....super!!!

Glad to hear your scans came out good,,,,I would say a higher power just might have had a finger in the pie,
but if your scan hadn't been good, you just might have been giving up more blood samples!!

and,,,it was a bonus for your research!!

thanks again,,,

blessings,,,pp
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Fresh Cilantro Pesto

Post by Amigoo » Wed Oct 04, 2017 12:44 pm

Fresh Cilantro Pesto

Not traditional pesto, but a tasty and nutritious mixture
that can be consumed like pesto or as a small-serving side dish.

Fill 5-cup food processor bowl with 4 cups sorted and rinsed fresh cilantro,
using leaves and thin stems but discarding thicker stems (cilantro compacts
easily as other ingredients are added).

Sprinkle on 1/3 cup hulled sesame seeds, add 3-4 cloves sliced fresh garlic,
then drizzle on 1/3 cup virgin olive oil, followed by 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice.
Spread on two 15oz cans rinsed garbanzo beans, then add 1/2 cup cold water.

Process mixture to desired consistency (try 1-2 min.).

Using a spatula, scoup pesto into small glass bowls for freezing
(or chilled serving bowls, if using immediately). Mixture freezes well
and has good quality when thawed; for best quality, prepare same day
that cilantro is purchased (select freshest cilantro possible). ;)

:idea: Fresh cilantro and beans (pectin) are sometimes suggested
by nutritionists for heavy metals detoxification.

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:16 pm

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

Re: Keto Carbonary, recipe for better diabetes control
(nary one unnecessary carbohydrate) :finger:

This "recipe" is a brief summary of what was required for me
to stop taking 2000mg daily oral diabetes medicine and
have good blood sugars (for non-diabetics!) for a week.

Testing was almost a strict Keto diet (<50g carbohydrates)
but only two meals daily plus two snacks with fewer calories
than necessary to maintain weight (trying to lose weight).
Since my weight is slowly decreasing, the total calories
were not that restricted! ;)

Rod :D

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Thu Oct 05, 2017 12:11 am

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

Quinoa, usually sold as a grain but is a seed, is diabetes friendly! :roll
with slower digesting carbohydrates and a good rice substitute:

Add 1 cup rinsed quinoa to a med. sauce pan, pour on 1 2/3 cups water,
spread on 1 large chopped onion and 2 med. chopped yellow squash;
simmer 12 min., remove pan from heat and keep covered 10 min.
Stir briefly, then try with virgin olive oil, salt & pepper;
nice with shredded cheese or cubes. ;)

:idea: Tip: Increase water to 1 3/4 cups, skip yellow squash,
and this mixture is ideal for spaghetti or other sauces! 8)
Serving size: 1/4 cup dry quinoa

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:16 am

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...

Oops! So many variables to consider! :duh
This morning's 1 tbsp psyllium (more fiber for a grain-free diet) contributes
to lower blood sugar: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318707.php

My pre-breakfast blood sugar: 108 (6.0);
2 hrs after quinoa lunch (with 1/3 cup yogurt): 97 (5.4)
... and still no diabetes medicine!

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Post by Sandy » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:54 am

Hi Rod and PP,

Just wanted you to know that I tried your Cannelloni bean/cilantro pesto last night, Rod. (That is if cilantro is the same thing as coriander...couldn't find cilantro but this sure looked the same.) I enjoyed it, but since I am on a low carb diet, I didn't use it on Naan bread although that sounds yummy, PP... and I am making a note of that for next winter. Instead I spread it on some celery and this morning on some sliced cucumbers. It gave me the needed "snack fix" last night when I was watching a movie. :sunflower:

I keep relaying to George your discoveries hoping that one of these days he will want to put what you've discovered into practice. :finger:

Have a good week end the both of you!
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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:46 am

Sandy,

A health store employee (with nutrition expertise) told me today that the Keto Diet is just the later name for the Atkins Diet:
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/at ... 1#section3

However, as I understand, the Keto Diet is a maintenance diet for better health (and better blood sugar control) - not just a diet to lose weight. And my recent experience tells me that both the Atkins and Keto diets are unneccessarily complicated (see my Keto Carbonary summary). I'm not finding that higher carb foods (other than grains and sugars) are such a problem since they don't seem to cause a similar quick blood sugar response. Of course, the carbs of these "better" foods still have to be limited to reasonable serving sizes.

Also, both the Atkins and Keto Diets emphasize more daily fat, but I've not had to consume so much fat (a necessity for true ketosis ... apparently). How my blood sugars are staying in good range (even for a non-diabetic) is still a mystery since I'm not following either diet according to its promotion. One variable is consistent: no grain-based carbohydrates (specifically, the wheat, spelt, rye, barley, and rice of the Atkins' No-Nos; I include oats since these plants grow similarly to the others). But I am trying to keep daily carbs closer to the 50g limit of the Keto Diet, probably averaging 60-70g daily; my two-meals daily habit makes it easier to control total carbs.

I'm already rationalizing that any deprivation on food limiting (or avoiding) is well worth the better health obtained with good blood sugar control ... without medication! ;)

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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by Amigoo » Thu Oct 05, 2017 6:03 pm

:sunny: A diabetes discovery journey ...
It's the grains, I tell ya :!: :!: ...

:shock: A runaway bedtime snack ...
(1/4 cup chocolate espresso beans, 1/2 lg mango, 1/2 cup red kidney beans,
2 tbsp turmeric mayo ... and another 1/4 cup chocolate espresso beans) :roll:
still did not cause morning blood sugar woes: 111 (6.2) still in good range!
... even for a non-diabetic! 8)

Hopefully, this no-grains runaway snackin' will not be repeated :finger:
since I threw caution to the wind and rationalized the "testing".

Rod :oops:

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Post by peacockplume » Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:58 pm

hahahahaha,,,
you both have a sense of humour worth....hmmmm can't price humour!

Sandy,,,just keep sneaking in the odd dish/recipe,,,,next thing you know, G will be asking for it!! (sorry G)

later guys

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Post by Sandy » Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:55 am

Hello you two,

I guess you could say I am on the induction phase of the Adkins diet. (Been on it about 5 days now. Thanks Rod for putting up that URL as I found it very helpful in helping me to remember the basic facts of this diet. ( I did it years ago and lost weight in no time flat and in places I had a hard time in seeing any effect with other diets. )I can see I need to buy some more vegetables as I have been mostly existing on mesculum(sp.?) salad and "some" meat. I have been "dead tired". So I think I need to boost my caloric intake with some low carb varieties and maybe a bit more fat.

I found this page when looking for a chart to give me some idea of the carb content of vegetables.
https://www.ruled.me/best-low-carb-vege ... enic-diet/
... and I've bookmarked this one and the one suggested in your post, Rod. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/at ... 1#section3
I really hope I will succeed and improve my health so that George will want to jump on board the ship too. :mrgreen:

Anyway, thankfully, after two days the sugar cravings are gone and it makes the whole thing so much easier. :D
have a great week end! :cheers:
xxSandy

PP, I will... George won't realize what is going on until he wakes up and realizes that he is feeling better, is slimmer and his diabetes is under control. :mrgreen:
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Re: UB Cookin'

Post by RunningScroll » Fri Oct 06, 2017 5:36 am

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