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Future Plans

Posted by Solitary Dancer on May 18, 2008

In my previous post I mentioned a change in the direction of this blog.  Well, here it is.

I will no longer be posting recipes that include meat and/or animal products.  I have not eaten meat in awhile and to continue posting recipes that contain these items goes against my heart.

I used to be a Vegan, many years ago.  I’ve found my way back and it does my heart and soul good.

Do high protein, low carb recipes work in helping control diabetes?  Basically, yes.  It’s individual and each of us must find what works for us.  It’s up to us to find the right balance for optimum health.

I will keep all the recipes I have posted right here.  I will not remove them.  But, going forward the posts will not be daily and will be Vegan based and relatively low carb.

Since the switch, I have experienced lower fasting blood sugars and very slowly a better overall healthy feeling.  It’s slow but I have stopped taking various prescriptions since changing my way of eating.  For me it’s a healthy way and besides, my heart knows it’s the right thing to do.

Do I think everyone should be a Vegan?  I think it’s a personal choice. 

So, I hope you continue to visit and discover some new recipes that you just might find delicious.  If you’re not that brave, you will always find a good recipe that is tried and true.  There will be something for everyone to enjoy.

I think I have rambled enough.  Now I am working on a chocolate cake recipe that will work for low carbers and be Vegan safe.  Here’s a picture of the cake that I’m going to work on.  I just need to make sure Splenda works like sugar when baked.  Other than that, just swap out for Carbalose flour and you should be good to go.  Stay tuned. . .

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One Response to “Future Plans”

  1. madeline said

    Who said people don’t find archived blog entries? Love your recipes – it is tough to be a diabetic vegetarian and find like minds. I’ll keep reading your posts!!

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