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Sauteed Vegetables

Contributed by: The Feel-Good Diet of Cheryle Hart, M.D., and Mary Kay Grossman, RD

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The following is an excerpt from the book The Feel-Good Diet by Cheryle Hart, M.D., and Mary Kay Grossman, RD Published by McGraw-Hill; January 2007;$22.95US/$27.95CAN; 978-0-07-145378-3 Copyright 2007 by Cheryle Hart and Mary Kay Grossman

Choose your favorite veggies. Cook them lightly to preserve vitamins and antioxidants.

Ingredients:

  • 2 teaspoons vegetable oil
  • 2 cups of any mixture of the following vegetables:

    • Fresh or frozen broccoli florets
    • Fresh or frozen cauliflower florets
    • Onion, cut in wedges
    • Carrot, sliced thin
    • Celery, sliced into bite-sized pieces
    • Fresh or frozen green beans, whole or cut
    • Mushrooms, sliced
    • Peapods
    • Green, red, or yellow pepper, cut in thin strips
    • Zucchini, sliced thin

  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce

Directions:

Heat oil in a medium frying pan with a lid on over medium heat. Add vegetables. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Reduce heat. Add water and cover. Continue cooking for 4 minutes (most of the water will be evaporated). Toss with lemon juice and soy sauce.

Copyright 2007 by Cheryle Hart and Mary Kay Grossman

Author

Cheryle Hart, M.D., is board certified in bariatrics, the medical specialty of weight management, and in obstetrics/gynecology. She completed her specialty training at the Mayo Clinic and is now in private practice at the Women's Wellness Workshop in Spokane, Washington.

Mary Kay Grossman, RD, is the nutritional advisor of the Women's Wellness Workshop in Spokane. She speaks nationally on insulin resistance and diabetes nutrition. They are the coauthors of the bestselling book The Insulin Resistance Diet.

For more information, visit their website at www.feelgooddiet.com

Serving Size: Makes 2 Servings

Nutritional Information: Per Serving (using a combination of all vegetables): 7 grams carbohydrate, 2 grams fiber, 2 grams protein, 5 grams fat, 74 calories, insulin-neutral unlimited


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