The American lifestyle involves eating out. When we are challenged by the need for a special diet, especially a diabetic one, we learn that restaurants just don’t cater to us. Special diets mean we have to throw part of our meal away because it is unhealthy.
Special orders are too much trouble, and how do we know what hidden carbs lurk? And regular high carb choices can be so tempting.
So dieters and diabetics find it better to eat at home. We try to make our own version of the classic diner. But coming up with 21 meals a week, all of which require carb and calorie evaluation can be quite a daunting task. Then, we still have to find the time to grocery shop and cook from scratch. One forgotten item at the supermarket or an hour or two of overtime can send us running for fast food.
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