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    Weekly grocery lists accompany all of our menus so you can easily buy the necessary food for the week. Vegetables are a component of many of our menus and snacks. Vegetables are a good source of many vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Nutrition Facts:  
Serving Size Varies
Calories 25
Carbohydrates 5 g
Fat 0 g
Protein 2 g
    Q. How much can I have and how often?
A. DiabetesPlanner.com Green Light item. The American Diabetes Association recommends at least 3 servings of vegetables per day. Examples of serving sizes include:
  • 1 cup of raw vegetables
  • 1/2 cup of cooked vegetables
Remember potatoes, peas, and corn contain more carbohydrate than other vegetables.

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Diabetes menus grocery lists diabetes recipes and nutrition facts for those diagnosed with diabetes. Menus are prepared by professional diabetes educators and e-mailed weekly. Weekly diabetes menu includes a grocery list diabetes recipes and nutrition analysis.

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