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Enjoy the Foods that Can Help Control Blood Sugar and put Type 2 Diabetes in remission!

Diabetes is a health crisis in America. Right now, nearly 10 percent of the U.S. population has diabetes and an estimated 84 million have prediabetes, a condition that if left untreated often leads to type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is a serious disease. Blood sugar levels above the normal range are actually toxic to your cells. Left untreated or even poorly controlled, diabetes can lead to heart disease, vision loss, kidney failure, stroke, loss of limbs and more. And the risk of diabetes increases with age.

The good news is you can prevent, control and even put diabetes in remission with FOOD! To help you protect your health Harvard Medical School experts created Healthy Eating for Type 2 Diabetes. This comprehensive report is filled with the information you need to take control of your health.

Send for your report or download it right now and learn:

How just 2 tablespoons of vinegar can lower blood sugar surges
Easy “rules of thumb” for portion control
The protein-rich foods that can help naturally control blood sugar. (And why you should eat the protein before you have the carbs).
Why diabetes puts you at greater risk for heart disease
How a handful of nuts or cheese up to 30 minutes before a meal helps prevent blood sugar spikes
The reason you may need a statin to control cholesterol if you already have diabetes
How losing even a little weight can help return blood sugar levels to normal and lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels at the same time
Why diets based only on the glycemic index may not be the best for managing blood sugar
And there’s so much more.

You’ll uncover why high blood pressure is twice as common among people with diabetes. And we’ll give you 5 tips to help cut sodium from your diet — a good way to lower blood pressure.

You’ll see why vegetarian diets can actually be better than low-fat diets for helping to control blood sugar and cholesterol. You’ll get the latest facts on the Mediterranean-style diet that is shown to help prevent and treat type 2 diabetes. What’s more this way of eating actually prevented heart attacks, strokes and death from heart disease.

And you’ll get a special bonus section at no extra cost with 40 scrumptious recipes with the power to naturally control blood sugar levels and even help you prevent type 2 diabetes.

Start your day with Vegetarian Strata, try our Spaghetti Salad at lunch, serve up Poached Salmon BLTs for dinner and satisfy your sweet tooth with Apple Cranberry Oat Crisp.

Download your report right now (or send for a print copy) and get the tools you need to keep blood sugars in the normal range!

Here’s your FREE RECIPE for Pumpkin Muffins

MAKES 12 SERVINGS (1 muffin per serving)

3 small ripe bananas (or 2 medium-large bananas)
1 (15-ounce) can pumpkin puree
2 egg whites
1 whole egg
½ cup unsweetened applesauce
1 cup nonfat dry milk
2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
1 cup whole-wheat flour
1¾ cups oat bran
1½ teaspoons baking soda
2/3 cup raisins (3 ounces)
Cooking spray

Preheat oven to 350° F. Puree bananas and pumpkin in blender or food processor. Add egg whites, whole egg, and applesauce, and puree until smooth. Add dry milk and pulse until blended. Add pumpkin pie spice to mixture and blend.

In a separate bowl, combine flour, oat bran, baking soda, and raisins. Mix to combine. Add banana-pumpkin mixture to flour mixture and mix well. Spray a muffin pan with cooking spray and spoon mixture into cups, distributing batter evenly. Bake for 30 minutes or until toothpick inserted into muffin comes out clean.

Healthy Eating for Type 2 Diabetes
 
This comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide reveals:
2 things you should do if you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes
Why refined grains can be much lower in nutrients than whole grains
Simple ways to cut calories — and why eating regularly is so important
How hormones released by body fat affect your appetite, insulin action and can even cause inflammation
Best time to exercise for blood sugar control
Are artificial sweeteners really safe?
Why women need to be careful about how much red meat they eat (it can increase risk of diabetes by up to 20%)
And this is just a small sample of the important information you’ll find in this groundbreaking report. Take control of your health. Order your copy of Healthy Eating for Type 2 Diabetes right now.
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Pumpkin Muffins Nutrition information per serving
Calories 160
Total Fat 1.8 g
Saturated Fat 0.4 g
Cholesterol 18 mg
Sodium 209 mg
Total Carbohydrates 35 g
Fiber 5.5 g
Sugars 12.1 g
Protein 7.7 g
Carbohydrate Choices 2.5