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Corinne Masur
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Corinne Masur

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    1. Corinne Masur
      Corinne Masur
      Lasagna is VERY hard because is has the carbs but it also has all the fat in the cheese which slows the digestion of the carbs, keeping the blood sugar high hours after the insulin has worn off. I recommend skipping the casseroles for now and trying for simpler main courses - broiled chicken, broiled chops or steak or burgers or hot dogs without the buns. We do not eat much red meat but I make turkey meat loaf and turkey burgers (using the low fat ground turkey) and chicken shish kebabs. I also keep frozen fish sticks in the freezer for when my husband and I are eating things that our son doesn't like. I found a type at our local health food store which is gluten free and VERY low carb and my son likes them! IF your husband is out maybe you could do seafood occasionally - it's so easy to broil or bake shrimp or a piece of fish - and it's so low carb! I find that if we can keep the fat content down and the protein up the blood sugars are more stable all night long.
    2. StageMom
      Hi, I was just reading what you find to be your perfect meals. I love seafood as well, but my husband had a nasty allergic reaction in the last year so that's now out for us. We live in PA as well, and I've always made casseroles. Now we are having trouble figuring out how many carbs are in a serving of say...a chicken casserole or lasagna. I write down all the ingredients and figure out how many carbs are in the whole thing, but when it comes to serving sizes, I think we're off. Last night I made lasagna which we haven't had for a long time, and my son was high all night.
    3. TheFormerLantusFiend
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    I am a professional woman and the mother of an eighteen year old diagnosed with diabetes in July of 2008.


    Mother of an 11 year old boy dx 7/08
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