Diabetes Recipes for Low-Fat, Plant-Based, Whole-Food Nutrition

Recipes to Reverse Insulin Resistance

All-Day Energy BowlBy Jamie Koonce, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OMDid you know that your brain requires at least 130 grams of glucose per day just to carry out basic functions? Fruit is a rich source of intact glucose and other whole carbohydrates that provide a clean source of energy to your brain and every cell in your body. Eating a big bowl of fruit like this is one of the best ways to fuel your brain for all-day energy! Photo and recipe by Jose Tejero from @reversingt2d.
Hydrating Fruit PlateBy Jamie Koonce, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OMThe wide array of polyphenols, anthocyanins, and vitamins found in berries and mangoes can help improve your insulin sensitivity, fight inflammation, and make your skin glow! Enjoy this hydrating, sweet, and tart fruit plate any time you need a boost. Recipe and photo by Jose Tejero from www.reversingT2D.com.
Antioxidant Acai BowlsBy Jamie Koonce, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OMOnce an energizing breakfast only eaten by surfers, acai bowls have become a mainstay at juice and smoothie bars. Now you can make your own acai bowls at home in your own kitchen! Created by our friend Eric Stancizk of "Eat Move Rest."
Mint Chocolate Chip “Nice” CreamBy Tara KempIf you've been craving your beloved mint chip ice-cream, we're here for you. This recipe is reminiscent of the traditional version, just as creamy and dreamy, but with way healthier ingredients that actually support you in reversing insulin resistance. Recipe and photos by Erin Stanczyk at EatMoveRest.com.
Banana Nice CreamBy Tara KempBanana nice cream is the PERFECT dessert. It tastes dreamily decadent, but it's 100% healthy. Check out the suggested variations listed in the notes below, or get creative with your own spin on it! There are so many options! (Photo by Nina Gelbke of Naturally Nina)