A 2000 calorie diabetic diet means eating no more than 2000 calories of food each day. You may need this diet to control your blood sugar or lose weight.
For many people, 2000 calories is around the number of calories you should consume in a day. If you're eating whole foods and/or a plant-based diet, you'd. Find out how much of each food group you should be eating for a well-balanced diet. Just how many calories you need in a day varies with your gender, age, weight and.
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Glucose is the main source of energy for your body. Glucose comes from carbohydrates in your diet.
• A diabetic diet limits how much carbohydrate (kar-bo-hi-drate), fat, and protein you eat. A 2000 calorie diet is low in calories and fat. • Ask your caregiver for the diabetic exchange diet CareNote to learn more about serving sizes. Your caregiver will tell you when to eat meals and snacks to control your diabetes.
Talk with your caregiver if your blood sugar levels are too low or too high. • A sample of a 2000 calorie diet is listed below. You can exchange or trade one food for another from the same food group. For example, you can choose 1 slice of bread instead of 3/4 cup of another dry cereal. Or you can choose 1/2 cup fruit juice instead of 1-1/4 cups of melon Serving Sizes: Use the list below to measure foods and serving sizes. A serving size means the size of food after it is cooked or prepared. • 1 pint or 2 cups (16 fluid ounces) of liquid is the size of 1-1/3 soda-pop cans.
• 1-1/2 cup (12 fluid ounces) of liquid is the size of a soda-pop can. • 1 cup of food is the size of a large handful, or 8 fluid ounces of liquid. • 1/2 cup of food is about half of a large handful, or 4 fluid ounces of liquid.
• 2 tablespoons (Tbsp) is about the size of a large walnut. • 1 tablespoon (Tbsp) is about the size of the tip of your thumb (from the last crease). • 1 teaspoon (tsp) is about the size of the tip of your little finger (from the last crease). • 3 ounces of cooked meat, fish, or poultry is about the size of a deck of cards. • 1 ounce of cooked meat, fish, or poultry is about 1/4 cup (c). • One ounce of hard cheese is about a 1 inch cube. • A serving of vegetables is 1/2 cup (1/2 handful) cooked, or 1 cup (1 handful) raw.
SAMPLE 2000 CALORIE MENU: Breakfast: • 2 breads or starches like one English muffin or 1-1/2 cups bran flake cereal • 1 milk, like 1 cup skim, 1% milk, or nonfat sugar-free yogurt • 1 ounce meat or protein like 1 soft-boiled egg or 1/4 cup scrambled egg substitute. Do not eat more than 3 eggs each week.
Mix garlic, basil and pepper in a small bowl. Take half of the garlic mixture and add evenly into both sides of the cubed steak.
Then, set steak aside. Inside a large nonstick frying pan, add oil and turn heat to medium. Then, add tomatoes and zucchini to the pan. You should only cook for 1 minute, then remove the vegetables and sprinkle some cheese on them. Turn heat to medium-high, then pan-broil steaks for 3 to 4 minutes. Turn the steak once.