Diet and Diabetes

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Nutrition tips to support the management of diabetes
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It is best to get your nutrients from
balanced nutritious meals, but a
meal replacement like “Replace” can
be useful for people with diabetes
trying to gain weight
Diabetes Helpline: Louise 0860 102 672
www.bayerdiabetes.co.za
R34
Diet and Diabetes
Metforal 500mg Tablets
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R39
R35
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Doctor’s script required for scheduled prescription medication.
Natura Rescue Drops 25ml Natura Rescue Tablets 150s
Tibb Stress-Away Tablets 60s
Natura Combin 12 Tissue Salts 125s
Solal Diabetic Formula Tablets 90s
R78
R96
R98
R44
R220
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1. Nativa Replace Diabetic Shake Apple Cinnamon or
Vanilla Caramel Flavour 425g Each
2. Nativa Diabetic Support Complex Capsules 60s Each
3. Nativa Diabetic Vitamin Complex 30s
4. Diabecinn Capsules 30s
5. Vita Aid Sugar Balance 60g
6. Vita Aid Sugar Balance 120g
7. Diabion Capsules 30s
R80
R84.90
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R110
R140
R66
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Montana: Tel: 012 543 6200, Newcastle: Tel: 034 326 1028, Norwood: Tel: 011 483 3390, Ottery: Tel: 021 703 0291, Pavillion: Tel: 031 265 8478, Plattekloof: Tel: 021 558 0219,
Promenade: Tel: 021 376 0488, Randfontein: Tel: 011 693 5374, Somerset Mall: Tel: 021 851 8256, South Coast: Tel: 031 904 7737, Southgate: Tel: 011 941 2452,
Soweto: Tel: 011 938 4518, Steeledale: Tel: 011 613 5935, Tableview: Tel: 021 521 5840, The Falls: Tel: 011 958 1113 and Woodmead: Tel: 011 656 9570.
Living with diabetes doesn’t have to mean
dealing with limited menu options and the
same ingredients, day after day.
With a little imagination and some inspiration from us,
you can enjoy delicious, healthy meals that help keep your
blood sugar levels in check without sacrificing on taste.
Products advertised in this catalogue, serve as a guideline only. Please consult with your health practitioner.
All PnP Pharmacies will be offering free screening for glucose during the month of November 2014.
PRICES VALID 14 - 23 NOVEMBER 2014 AT PICK N PAY SUPERMARKETS AND HYPERMARKETS
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This information is not intended to be used as a substitute for
professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please visit your
healthcare professional for advice specific to your individual requirements.
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What is diabetes?
It starts with a healthy breakfast
High-fibre carbohydra tes:
Group 1
During digestion, the carbohydrates or starchy foods you eat get broken down into glucose, a type
of sugar. This glucose is absorbed into your bloodstream. Your pancreas then releases the hormone
insulin into the blood, which transports the glucose from the blood to the body cells, to be used for
energy. Diabetes occurs when the amount or the functioning of the insulin is inadequate, impairing
the uptake of sugar from the blood to the cells.
To build a balanced breakfast meal,
choose one food option from each
of the following food groups:
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1/2 -1 Cup of oat porridge or wholewheat porridge
1/2 -1 Cup of bran flakes, shredded bran or low-fat Low GI muesli
1–2 Slices of Low GI wholegrain bread
1 Tbsp of oat bran
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2
3
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Types of diabetes
Diabetes, previously known as Insulin Dependent Diabetes, occurs in 5–10% of people with diabetes. It is caused by a
combination of genetic and environmental factors. It was thought that it occurred mainly in children and younger people,
but we now know that it can occur in people of all ages. In Type 1 Diabetes, the pancreas produces very little or no insulin.
Insulin therefore needs to be supplied artificially by means of a pen or syringe injections or by using a pump that supplies a
constant low dose of insulin around the clock. It is important to note, that some people with Type 2 diabetes also use insulin
injections to manage their diabetes. It is a common misconception that if diabetes is diagnosed when you are older, and if
you only need to take tablets, that the condition is less severe than if you have to use insulin. This is not so - the severity
of diabetes is not distinguished by the medication you use, but by how effectively you control your blood sugar levels.
Type 1
Diabetes accounts for 90–95% of everyone diagnosed with diabetes. Although your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes
increases with age, younger people and even children can present with this condition too. A characteristic of Type 2
diabetes is that the body cells become resistant to the action of insulin. This makes it increasingly difficult for the insulin
to transport glucose into your cells effectively. The pancreas initially responds to this resistance by producing more insulin.
However, as the body cells become more resistant over time, even these higher amounts of insulin can become insufficient
to enable the proper transportation of glucose into the cells. What is important to realise is that the amount of insulin
present is too little to transport the glucose out of the blood and into the body cells.
Type 2
Gestational
1. Kellogg’s All Bran Porridge 500g
R23.90
2. Future Life Smart Food Assorted 1.25kg Each
R58.90
3. Vital Muesli 1kgR49.90
4. Jungle Oat Bran 500gR29.50
5. Jungle Oats 1kgR22.50
6. Bokomo ProNutro Whole Wheat Honey Melt, Whole
Wheat Original or Whole Wheat Apple Bake 500g Each R24.90
7. Albany Superior Wholewheat Brown Low GI Bread 800g R11.55
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2
Lean proteins:
Diabetes and nutrition
Group 1
High fibre carbohydrates
Group 2
Lean proteins
Group 3
Vegetables and fruit
Group 4
Healthy fats
To build balanced, mixed meals, use the plate model as a guide to
the type and portions of foods you should be eating at each meal.
Pick ‘n Pay is committed to promoting health and wellbeing among South Africans and employs the
services of a registered dietician to provide food and nutrition related advice to the public. For your
nutrition and health related queries, contact [email protected] or toll free on 0800 11 22 88
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Group 2
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• 1/2 -1 Cup of low-fat milk or
low-fat yoghurt
• 1/2 Cup of baked beans
• 1 Poached or boiled egg
Pregnant women who have never had diabetes before but who have high blood glucose levels during pregnancy are said to
have gestational diabetes. The exact cause of gestational diabetes remains unknown. It has been suggested that hormones
produced by the placenta which help the baby to grow, may block the action of the mother’s insulin in her body. This problem
is called insulin resistance, the body’s inability to respond to and use the insulin it produces.
Having a healthy diet with regular meals and snacks can help
improve your blood glucose control. Include one food from
each of the following food groups into each of your meals:
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Vegetables and Fruit:
1. Heinz Beanz Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce 415g
R6.90
2. Rhodes Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce 410g R7.50
3. Dürsots Bean-a-Betic 410g R7.50
4. DairyBelle In Shape Fat Free Yoghurt Assorted 1kg EachR17.90
Group 3
1
• Any piece of fresh fruit (size of a tennis ball)
• 1/2-1 Cup of chopped fruit
• 1 Tbsp or 2–3 pieces of dried fruit
• 1/2 Cup of frozen berries 1. PnP Dessert Peaches prepacked R19.95
• 1 Small banana
2. PnP Spanspek Melon Each R19.95
INSPIRATION
Try a liquid brekkie with a delicious
Fruit Whip Smoothie (Makes 2 glasses)
• 2 x Fruit of your choice
(to make 2 cups of chopped fruit in total)
• 1 Cup fat-free fruit or vanilla flavoured yoghurt
• 85ml Low-fat milk (1/3 cup)
• 1 Tbsp peanut butter
• 1 Tbsp oat bran
1. Wash all the fruit and remove any pips.
2. Cut the fruit into chunks.
3. Put all the ingredients into a blender
or food processor. Blend until smooth.
4. Pour into glasses and enjoy.
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Group 4
Healthy fa ts:
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1 Tbsp of seeds or raw unsalted nuts
2 tsp of peanut butter
1/4 Avocado
1 tsp of low-fat tub margarine
1 tsp of olive or canola oil
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1.Black Cat Crunchy or Smooth Peanut Butter 400g Each R19.90
Recommended portion sizes are estimates only, please consult with a registered dietician to obtain a meal plan with portion recommendations specific to your individual requirements.
Products advertised in this catalogue, serve as a guideline only. Please consult with your health practitioner.
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To build a balanced lunch meal,
choose one food option from each
of the following food groups:
Lunches full of the good stuff
Group 2
Lean proteins:
Snack on handy favourites
When choosing snacks, think of these as ‘mini meals’ which still adopt a balanced eating approach and
include as many beneficial nutrients as possible. Some snack examples include:
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• 1/2 Cup of baked beans, three-bean salad,
lentil and rice salad, dried or tinned beans,
lentils or chickpeas
• A ‘palm-of-your-hand-sized’ serving of tuna
in brine, sardines, salmon, pilchards, skinless
chicken breast or lean low-fat cold meats
• 1/2 Cup of low-fat cottage cheese
• 1 ‘Matchbox-sized’ piece of low-fat mozzarella
1. Imbo Red Speckled Beans 500g R11.90
2. Imbo Dried Kidney Beans 500g R18.90
3. Crossbow Dried Kidney Beans 500g R18.90
4. Lucky Star Pilchards in Chilli or Tomato Sauce 400g Each R13.90
5. John West Pink Salmon 213g R21.90
6. Werda Three Bean Salad 420g R14.50
7. Werda Bean Salad 420g R12.50
1 One Piece of fresh fruit and a small
EASTERN CAPE AND
WESTERN CAPE
ONLY
tub of fa t-free fruit yoghurt.
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EXCLUDING
EASTERN CAPE
AND WESTERN CAPE
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3
6
1. Coppenrath Assorted 200g Each R34.90
2. Gullón Sugar Free Choc Chip Biscuits 125g R15.90
3. Gullón Sugar Free Fiber Biscuits 170g R15.90
4. Safari Large Pitted Prunes 250g R32
5. Safari Choice Cling Peaches 250g R22
6. Safari Seedless Raisins 250g R10
7. Imbo Popcorn 500g R7.90
8. Canderel Chocolate Slab Assorted 85g Each R19.90
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2 Two to three pieces
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High-fibre carbohydra tes:
1–2 Slices of low GI wholegrain or 100% rye bread
60g wholewheat wrap or wholewheat pita
4–6 Rye or wholewheat crackers
1/2 - 1 Cup of baby potatoes, sweet potato or wholewheat pasta
1/2 - 1 Cup of brown rice
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Any piece of fresh fruit (size of a tennis ball)
1/2-1 Cup of chopped fruit or frozen berries
1 Tbsp or 2 – 3 pieces of dried fruit
All fresh and frozen vegetables – 1 cup of raw
or 1/2 cup of cooked
An occasional
sweet treat
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5
1
of dried fruit with a
hand ful of unsal ted
nuts or lean bil tong.
Vegetables and Fruit
Group 3
NO MORE THAN
1-2 COOKIES PER
SERVING
2
5
Group 1
1
6
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5
3 Four Provitas with cottage cheese and
cucumber or hummus, peanut
butter or low-fa t cheese wedges.
2
4 Fa t-free flavoured milk.
Group 4
3
1.Bakers Provita Wholewheat or
Multigrain Crispbread 500g Each R24.50
4. PnP Avocados 2s R24.95
2. Sasko Low GI Seeded Brown Loaf 800g R13.95
5. PnP English Tomatoes 1kg R15
3. Sasko Low GI True Wholewheat Brown Loaf 800g R9.95 6. PnP Sweet Potatoes 1kg R14.95
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Healthy fa ts:
5 - 8 Olives or 1/4 avocado
1 Tbsp of reduced oil salad cream
1 Tbsp of seeds or almonds
2 tsp of peanut butter
1 tsp of low-fat tub margarine
1 tsp of olive or canola oil
1 Tbsp low-oil salad dressing
One Slice of low GI wholewhea t toasted
5 bread with anchovy spread.
4
6 Popcorn kernels (Prepared a t
home, using oil and salt sparingly).
Water is the best beverage of
all and should make up most
of your fluid intake. If you do
consume cordials or fizzy drinks,
always opt for the sugar free
option, but even these should be
limited to special occasions only
INSPIRATION
A sweet take on baked potato- Potato and salmon tumble
Serves 4
POTATOES
SALAD
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400g (4-5) sweet potatoes,
skin on and cut into wedges
olive oil
salt and milled pepper
DRESSING
1 can (400g) salmon
• 3 Tbsp (45ml) reduced
oil salad cream
1 red onion, sliced
• 1 Tbsp (15ml) tomato sauce
1 avocado, diced
• juice of lemon
1 large tomato, chopped
1/2 packet (15g) rocket
Preheat oven to 200°C.
leaves
Place potato wedges on a baking tray and toss with a little olive oil and seasoning. Bake for 30-40
minutes or until golden and crisp. Toss the salmon and remaining salad ingredients and arrange on a
platter. Top with wedges and season to taste. Mix dressing ingredients together and drizzle over salad.
Recommended portion sizes are estimates only, please consult with a registered dietician to obtain a meal plan with portion recommendations specific to your individual requirements.
Products advertised in this catalogue, serve as a guideline only. Please consult with your health practitioner.
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9. Nomu Skinny Hot Chocolate 200g R39.90
10. Nestlé Pure Life Still or Sparkling Mineral Water 1.5 Litre Each R7
11. Aquartz Still Mineral Water 6 x 500ml Per Pack R24
12. Brookes Low-Cal Concentrate Assorted 1 Litre Each R19.90
13. Coca-Cola Zero, Tab Caffeine Free, Fanta Zero or Sprite Zero 2 Litre Each R12.80
14. Peartiser or Appletiser 100% Sparkling Juice 6 x 330ml Per Pack R46.90
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On occasion,
Appletiser or Peartiser
can replace the fruit
serving in your meal
Half cup = 1 serving
Recommended portion sizes are estimates only, please consult with a registered dietician to obtain a meal plan with portion recommendations specific to your individual requirements.
Products advertised in this catalogue, serve as a guideline only. Please consult with your health practitioner.
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Dinners for the heart and soul
Group 1
To build a balanced dinner meal,
choose one food option from each
of the following food groups:
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•
•
Group 2 Lean proteins:
• 1/2 a cup of dried or tinned
beans, lentils or chickpeas
• A ‘palm-of-your-hand-sized’ serving
of lean pieces of beef, pork, ostrich
or skinless chicken
• A ‘palm-of-your-hand-sized’ serving
of oily fish such as pilchards,
sardines, mackerel, salmon and
herring (to be eaten 2 – 3 times
per week)
High-fibre carbohydra tes:
1–2 Slices of Low GI wholegrain or 100% rye bread
60g Wholewheat wrap or wholewheat pita
1/2-1 Cup of baby potatoes, sweet potatoes or wholewheat pasta
1/2-1 Cup of brown rice
2
1
3
2
3
INSPIRATION
Chicken Curry in a hurry
Serves 4
• 3 Skinless chicken breasts, deboned
and diced
• Salt and milled pepper
• Vegetable oil, for frying
• 1 Onion, sliced
• 2 Garlic cloves, chopped
• 2 Tbsp (30ml) chopped ginger
• 1 Chilli, chopped
• 2 - 3 Tbsp (30 - 45ml) curry powder
• 1 tsp (5ml) sugar
• 1 Head (about 4 cups)
cauliflower florets
• ½1/2 Cup (125ml) salt-reduced
chicken stock
• Juice and zest of 1 lemon
• 1 Cup (250ml) plain low-fat yoghurt
• Steamed brown rice, to serve
• Coriander (optional), to serve
• ½1/4 Cup (60ml) toasted desiccated
coconut, to serve.
Season the chicken. Brown chicken in a
little oil, then remove and set aside. Fry
onion, garlic and ginger until soft. Add
chilli, curry powder, sugar, cauliflower,
stock, lemon juice and zest and simmer
until cauliflower is almost tender. Stir
in chicken and yoghurt and simmer
until chicken is cooked through. Serve
with brown rice, coriander and toasted
coconut.
4.
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4
Group 4
Group 3
Vegetables and Fruit:
4
Healthy fa ts:
• All fresh and frozen vegetables –
1 Cup raw or 1/2 cup cooked
• Any piece of fresh fruit (size of a tennis ball)
• 1/2-1 Cup of chopped fruit or frozen berries
• 1 Tbsp or 2–3 pieces of dried fruit
1. Tastic Nature’s Brown Rice 1kg
R14.90
2. Del Papa Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1.25 Litre R79.90
3. PnP Lemons Per kg R28.95
4. PnP Large Onions 4s R10.95
Dessert for the ‘not so’ sweet pallette
INSPIRATION
Add a little spice to your supper
Pan-fried Fish with Chilli Herb Oil
Save space for dessert:
Serves 4
If you have a sweet tooth, opt for a smaller carbohydrate serving at
dinner so that you can occasionally enjoy one of these tasty treats:
Chilli herb oil
• 1/4 Cup (60ml) Italian parsley, finely chopped
• Juice and zest of 1 lemon or 2 limes
• 1 Red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped
• 4 tsp (20ml) olive oil
• 1–2 Garlic cloves, crushed
• Pinch of sugar or low-kilojoule sweetener
• 4 x 200g Firm fish fillets
Mix chilli herb oil ingredients together and brush over
each fish fillet. Heat a non-stick pan and cook fish
for about 5 minutes on each side or until cooked through.
Place remaining herb oil in a pot and heat through. Drizzle fish
with herb oil and serve with salad and baked baby potatoes.
1.PnP NO NAME™ Frozen Chicken Skinless Breast Fillets 1.5kg R52
2.Robertsons Rajah Curry Powder Assorted 200g Each
R16.90
3.Knorr Stock Pot Assorted 4s Per Pack
R11.50
• 5-8 Olives or 1/4 avocado
• 1 Tbsp of reduced oil salad cream
• 1 Tbsp of seeds or almonds
• 2 tsp of peanut butter
• 1 tsp of low-fat tub margarine
• 1 tsp of olive or canola oil
• 1 Tbsp low-oil
salad dressing
1
• 1/2 Cup of sugar-free jelly with lite custard
• 1/2 Cup of tinned fruit, drained of juice
• 1/2 Cup of lite frozen dessert
2
3
5
4.DairyBelle In Shape Fat Free Plain Yoghurt Assorted 1kg R17.90
5. PnP Lemon Juice 500ml R12
4
Tips on managing diabetes - The good news.
Diabetes can be managed with a few lifestyle changes. All type 1 and some type 2 diabetics use a combination of treatment
methods that include medication or insulin, dietary management and physical activity. In some type 2 cases, the illness can be
managed through diet and physical activity alone. Monitor your blood glucose levels by testing them regularly, and make sure
that you visit a healthcare professional to talk about your progress, goals and difficulties.
Recommended portion sizes are estimates only, please consult with a registered dietician to obtain a meal plan with portion recommendations specific to your individual requirements.
Products advertised in this catalogue, serve as a guideline only. Please consult with your health practitioner.
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1. Rhodes Fruit Cocktail in Juice 410g
2. Huletts Sugalite 170g
3. Selati Sweetener 300 + 200 FREE
4. Danone Ultra Mel Custard Zero 1 Litre
R12.90
R49.90
R31.90
R21.90
5. Moir’s Low Cal Jelly Assorted 40g Each R11.90
6. Nestlé Dialite Vanilla 1.5 Litre
R49.90
7. Thistlewood Diabetic Jam Assorted 310g Each R24.90
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Recommended portion sizes are estimates only, please consult with a registered dietician to obtain a meal plan with portion recommendations specific to your individual requirements.
Products advertised in this catalogue, serve as a guideline only. Please consult with your health practitioner.
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