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Diabetes Stepping Up to the Plate. Surviving the Holidays. Holiday Traditions. Traditional holiday foods High in sugar High in fat Holidays can be challenging. Class Objectives. Provide basic information to help you navigate the holiday season.

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diabetes stepping up to the plate

DiabetesStepping Up to the Plate

Surviving the Holidays

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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holiday traditions
Holiday Traditions
  • Traditional holiday foods
    • High in sugar
    • High in fat
  • Holidays can be challenging

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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class objectives
Class Objectives
  • Provide basic information to help you navigate the holiday season.
  • Teach you some “quick and easy” exchanges for typical holiday foods and treats.

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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diabetes doesn t take a holiday
Diabetes Doesn’t Take a Holiday
  • Continue to monitor your blood glucose during the holidays.
  • Continue to balance your carbohydrate intake.
  • Stay active.

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

#4

this holiday is going to be the worst ever

This holiday is going to be the worst ever!

Right???

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

#5

wrong
WRONG!

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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some holiday cheer
Some holiday cheer...
  • You CAN eat what you like.
  • You CAN follow your meal plan.
  • You CAN eat with the family.
  • You CAN feel normal!

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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helpful suggestions
Helpful suggestions
  • Be active
  • Eat slowly
  • Serve foods that fit your meal plan
  • Offer to bring foods to other parties
  • Modify recipes

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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follow your meal plan
Follow Your Meal Plan
  • Know your meal plan.
  • Plan ahead.
  • Fudge a little
  • Enjoy yourself, family, and friends

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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holiday exchanges
Holiday Exchanges

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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holiday exchanges1
Holiday Exchanges

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holiday exchanges2
Holiday Exchanges

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holiday exchanges3
Holiday Exchanges

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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activity 1

Activity #1

It’s time to attend Aunt Glenda’s world-famous holiday banquet. Can you survive on a meal plan?

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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meal plan 1
Meal Plan 1
  • 3 meat
  • 4 starch
  • 3 fat
  • 2 vegetable
  • 1 fruit

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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meal plan 2
Meal Plan 2
  • 3 meat
  • 4 starch
  • 4 fat
  • 2 vegetable
  • 1 milk

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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meal plan 3
Meal Plan 3
  • 3 meat
  • 6 carbohydrates (starch, milk, fruit, or sweet)
  • 4 fat
  • 2 vegetable

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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have a happy holiday season

Have a happy holiday season.

May you be surrounded by family and friends and may your blood sugars always be normal.

Williams DP, Christensen NK 2008

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  • Cockett, Vice President for Extension and Agriculture, Utah State University.

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