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Hy-Vee's Chinese meals
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Hy-Vee's Chinese meals
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What are the caloric counts for the Chinese selections at the stores?  Should type II diabetics eat  any of the selections?
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Hy-Vee's Chinese meals

posted at 7/19/2011 12:08 PM CDT
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What are the caloric counts for the Chinese selections at the stores?  Should type II diabetics eat  any of the selections?

Re: Hy-Vee's Chinese meals

posted at 7/20/2011 11:43 AM CDT
Posts: 26
First: 7/13/2011
Last: 1/28/2014
You can email your Hy-Vee dietitian to get a listing of the Chinese Express food offerings as well as the calories, carbohydrate, protein, fat, sodium, and fiber content of each food. Please note that the analyses are based on a 1 cup or individual serving size. If you get more than 1 scoop or 1 piece of any item you will wind up doubling or even tripling these values. Diabetics can enjoy many of the offerings; just pay attention to the grams of carbohydrate per serving. Most women may have 3-4 carbohydrate choices (45-60g) per meal and most men can have 4-5 carb choices (60-75g) per meal. You can consult with your local Hy-Vee dietitian to determine the correct carbohydrate allowance for you. In addition to carbohydrates, watch out for high sodium and fat selections. Try to choose food items from Chinese Express that have less than 10g of fat per serving and less than 600mg of sodium.

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