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from NY, US steamed or cooked, etc. potatoes, as desired oil, as desired (I use olive) vinegar (I like white or red wine) herbs (parsley, basil, dill, etc.) salt and pepper, to taste Splenda for sweetness I have a diabetic relative who loves his potato salad but really never eats it anymore. I read some tips to lower the glycemic index and perhaps some diabetics can benefit. I know each is affected differently by what one eats and perhaps these tips can help some make dietary choices. Cooking potatoes ahead of time and chilling overnight decreases the glycemic index and slows down the absorption of sugar and starches. Boil the potatoes ahead of time and refrigerate overnight. The next day, make the dressing with vinegar and olive oil -- not mayo -- and mix with the potatoes. Both chilling and using vinegar neutralize starch's blood-sugar effects. One thing to remember again is not to use mayonnaise but oil and vinegar dressing instead for a heart healthy recipe Some studies show that vinegar also reduces the glycemc index plus help one lose weight! Hope these tips help some! Use your favorite method to cook potatoes. Cool, till able to peel. Cover and chill well overnight. Then cube potatoes and mix with your favorite oil and vinegar dressing, sweetened with something like Splenda. Yield: depends on how many potatoes one uses.

Diabetic-friendly Potato Salad


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from NY, US

steamed or
cooked, etc. potatoes, as desired
oil, as desired (I use
olive)
vinegar (I like white or red wine)
herbs (parsley, basil, dill, etc.)
salt and pepper, to taste
Splenda for sweetness


I have a diabetic relative who loves his
potato salad but really never eats it anymore. I read some tips to lower the glycemic index and perhaps some diabetics can benefit. I know each is affected differently by what one eats and perhaps these tips can help some make dietary choices. Cooking potatoes ahead of time and chilling overnight decreases the glycemic index and slows down the absorption of sugar and starches. Boil the potatoes ahead of time and refrigerate overnight. The next day, make the dressing with vinegar and olive oil -- not mayo -- and mix with the potatoes. Both chilling and using vinegar neutralize starch's blood-sugar effects. One thing to remember again is not to use mayonnaise but oil and vinegar dressing instead for a heart healthy recipe
Some studies show that
vinegar also reduces the glycemc index plus help one lose weight!

Hope these
tips help some!

Use your favorite method to cook potatoes. Cool, till able to
peel.
Cover and chill well overnight. Then
cube potatoes and mix with your favorite oil and vinegar dressing, sweetened with something like Splenda.

Yield: depends on how many potatoes one uses.



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