The American Diabetes Association observes Diabetes Month every November. Raising awareness of this ever-growing disease is one of the main efforts behind the mission of the Association. American Diabetes Month® (ADM) is an important element in this effort, with programs designed to focus the nation’s attention on the issues surrounding diabetes and the many people who are impacted by the disease. For more information , click here!
We have made changes with the badge of DFT! It is more self describing and stands in support of our DFT Chapter.
The Blue Circle on the top is the Universal Blue Circle Symbol for Diabetes, also known as Diabetes mellitus !
The Food Triangle shown at the bottom part of the badge, is the “suggested” food triangle for a diabetic!
For more Information on Diabetes and its symptoms, please click here!
Here is the link to check if someone is at a risk for diabetes:
The recipes chosen for World Diabetes month are:
TriColor Paneer Tikkas– I have made them in 3 different flavors, Tandoori, Malai and Mint. Can be served as an appetizer or can be eaten along with the main meal.
Chanaa Chaat– This chaat is tangy which will tickle your tastebuds and very easy to prepare. This recipe can be eaten as an appetizer or a salad.
Barley Soup– Wholesome soup which can be a meal in itself. A good choice when you want to limit your calorie intake especially at night.
Veggie Quesadillas– Flavorful meal with grilled veggies, sauces and cheese all combined together and served with hot salsa and sour cream.
Veg Chili– Protein packed meal made with a mixture of beans for a cold wintery night with flavors of garlic, cumin and oregano.
Warning – These suggestions are made on general basis. Please do not eat all the below mentioned dishes in one day. Keep in mind your daily calorie intake and the amount of exercise you incorporate!
I am not a nutritionist or dietician. My knowledge and information is based on my research and reading from different resources. Please consult your doctor or dietician before making any changes to your diet.