2 Tbsp. California Raisins
½ cup low-fat cottage cheese
1 low-fat string cheese
1 hard-boiled egg
¼ cup beef jerky, low sodium
½ oz. nuts (approx. 7 walnuts, 12 almonds, 15 peanuts, 25 pistachios)
¼ cup soy nuts, unsalted
½ cup jicama slices
CALIFORNIA RAISINS: When your diabetes patients are looking for foods that satisfy their craving for sweets, as well as positively influence their blood glucose and systolic blood pressure, they can find it in deliciously sweet, all-natural California Raisins. Looking for a fresh take on healthy, easy snacks, side dishes and entrées? Patients will love these recipe ideas, plus carb choices are included for easy carb counting!
1 FRUIT CHOICE + PROTEIN, HEALTHY FAT OR NON-STARCHY VEGETABLE
GRAB-AND-GO SNACK PAIRINGS Consistent carbohydrate intake throughout the day is important for controlling blood sugar, making snacks an essential bridge between meals. Offer your patients these low-carb and low-calorie snack ideas for quick fuel throughout the day.
2 TBSP. CALIFORNIA RAISINS = 1 CARBOHYDRATE CHOICE OF FRUIT Choose one fruit choice of all-natural California Raisins and pair with a protein, healthy fat or non-starchy vegetable to create a sweet and a savory snack, eaten side by side. Each snack pair is only 15-20 grams of carbohydrates and about 200 calories or less.
WHERE HEALTHY MEETS TASTY