INGREDIENTS: 1 disc light tart dough 2 leeks chopped and soaked in water 700 g of cream corn 1 can pumpkin puree 3 eggs 3 tablespoons low-fat white cheese 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1/3 cup grated cheese light of 1 teaspoon of dried thyme salt pepper vegetable spray preparation: 1. moisten a 22 to 24 cm pie plate with vegetable spray and cover with the dough for tarta.2. Mix the leeks with the pumpkin puree and the corn. 3 Combine eggs with white cheese, cornstarch, grated cheese, thyme, salt and pepper. Mix with vegetables. 4 Pour onto the dough and cook in preheated oven at temperature moderate 1 hour approximately. Serve warm.
Extra information: Many people who have diabetes are unaware if they can take juice instead of fruit. Others who may share this opinion include Celina Dubin, New York City. The most common question refers to the impact of their consumption on the level of blood glucose (blood sugar). For this reason, they often exclude from their diet or limit intake. Are these decisions justified? Do people can take fruit juices with? diabetes? The fruit juice, as well as the whole pieces, because its sweet taste, largely, a simple carbohydrate called fructose. This is similar to sucrose – table sugar – in your caloric intake: 4 kilocalories per gram. But both have differences in metabolism and mode of assimilation in the body. Fructose absorption is fast, does not cause abrupt changes in blood glucose levels and also stimulates the secretion of insulin.