Tips for Eating Out with Diabetes
With many holiday parties and events it is important to know how to eat out right with diabetes:
"nch with friends or a family holiday dinner. You can work any of these events into your daily diabetic meal plan with a little planning. Let’s look at some tips to make holiday eating fun while keeping you healthy.
You walk into a restaurant, you’re shown to a table and handed a menu. Believe it or not, your key to successful eating out is right there in your hands. Read the menu carefully. Don’t be afraid to ask for special options or substitutions. Many restaurants will cater to your health needs.
Menu selections that tend to have less calories and fat are: au jus (in its own juice), baked, boiled, broiled, cooked with lemon juice, cooked in wine, deviled, fresh, grilled, julienne, lean, marinara, poached, roasted, steamed and stir fry."