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Suggested Meal Plan for A Hypoglycemia Diet
Milk List
Each Serving of milk or milk products on this list contains about 12 grams of carbohydrate and 8 grams of protein. The amount of fat in milk is measured in percent (%) of butterfat. The calories vary, depending on what kind of milk you choose. The list is divided into three parts based on the amount of fat and calories: skim/very lowfat milk, lowfat milk, and whole milk. One serving (one milk exchange) of each of these include:

Skim/Very Lowfat ½%, 1%128trace90
Lowfat 2%1286120
Whole 4%1288150

Milk is the body's main source of calcium, the mineral needed for growth and repair of bones. Yogurt is also a good source of calcium. Yogurt and many dry of powdered milk products have different amounts of fat. If you have questions about a particular item, read the label to find out the fat and calorie content.

Milk is good to drink, but it can also be added to cereal, and to other foods. Many tasty dishes such as sugar-free pudding are made with milk (see Combination Food list). Add life to plain yogurt by adding one of your fruit servings to it.

Skim and Very Lowfat Milk
Skim milk (1 cup)
½% milk (1 cup)
1% milk (1 cup)
Lowfat buttermilk (1 cup)
Evaporated skim milk (½ cup)
Dry nonfat milk (1/3 cup)
Plain nonfat yogurt (8 oz)
Lowfat Milk
2% milk (1 cup)
plain lowfat yogurt (with added nonfat milk solids) (8 oz)
Whole Milk
The whole milk group has much more fat per serving than the skim and lowfat groups. Whole milk has more than 3-¼% butterfat. Try to limit your choices from the whole milk group as much as possible
Whole milk (1 cup)
evaporated whole milk (½ cup)
whole plain yogurt (8 oz)

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