Eating foods that contain protein is a key part of a healthy diet. Protein is an essential nutrient that helps to build, maintain and repair your tissues and organs. When you have diabetes, it is important to choose carefully the types of proteins you eat as some are better for you than others.
Sheet pan dinners are the way to go during the week—easy, simple cleanup and crowd pleasers! This recipe is also great with butterflied chicken breasts. If you are serving more than four people, add a second sheet and double the recipe (and use the convection setting).
No single food or vitamin, by itself, can boost your immunity. That’s why it’s important to follow a healthy diet overall.
Want to help reduce the risk of diabetes complications? Replace some of the meat and chicken in your weekly meal plan with healthy fish or seafood choices.
I always make at least 4 times this blackened rub recipe so I have it on hand for a fish, poultry or beef dish.