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  • FIGHT Against Diabetes

    Eating Healthy in Midtown, Detroit.

    A guide to eating venues and markets around WSU.

    Midtown, Detroit is home to many delectable restaurants, including

    fresh and healthy markets.

    This guide will help you select healthy chooses at various

    restaurants and guide you to healthy food

    retailers. All conveniently around

    WSU!

    Choosing healthy food options with regular

    exercise can prevent or delay pre-diabetes or delay the onset to type

    2 diabetes.1

    Educate yourself, make changes, commit!

    Not just a FAD, but a lifestyle.

    1American Diabetes Association

    (FAD logo goes here)

    Fight Against Diabetes

    315 Student Center

    5221 Anthony Wayne Dr.

    Detroit, MI, 48202

    Questions, comments or concerns please email us or visit our website.

    fad@wayne.edu

    www.fad.wayne.edu

    Not just a FAD, but a lifestyle.

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    The proceeding list of restaurants and food venues are great places

    to make healthy food choices. Follow these simple tips and be on

    your way to healthier eating habits. Enjoy!

    Starches

    Choose Whole grain options for breads, cereals, pasta, rice, and crackers.

    Eat fewer or avoid fried and high-fat starches like potato chips and french fries.

    Potatoes, corn, lima beans, and peas contain high amount of starches, thus considered as starches and should be eaten in moderation.

    Vegetables

    More the better! For canned vegetables, choose no or light sodium.

    Fresh vegetables are best.Limit sauces and fats dressed on vegetables.

    Fruits

    Fresh is best!For can fruit, choose in a natural juice or light juice.

    Choose whole fruits, they provide the most nutrients.

    Fruits are great for dessert.

    Dairy

    Choose low-fat or fat-free options.

    Ovid yogurts, sour crams, cheeses, and other dairy products with added sugars.

    Soy milk (non-dairy) is a great alternative.

    Meats

    Meat substations such as soy products are a great source of protein.

    Choose quality grades of beef such as chuck, round, sirloin, tenderloin, etc and trim the fat.

    Choose quality grades of poultry such as breast without the skin and trim the fat.

    Cook meats in low-fat ways such as broiling, grilling, roasting, and steaming.All information adapted from:

    www.diabetes.org www.diabetes.niddk.nih.gov

    Sweets

    Most sweets have a large amount of carbohydrates, so have sweets in small servings.

    Fats

    Limit saturated fats (unhealthy fat) that are found in whole milk, sausage, butter, poultry skins, etc.

    Eat as little as possible of trans fats. They are found in processed foods made with hydrogenated (or partially)oils and stick margarines.

    Do include monounsaturated fats, the good or healthy fats that are found in avocados, nuts, olives and olive oil, and peanut butter (note nuts and oils are high in calories).

    Alcoholic drinks

    Always use caution when drinking alcoholic beverages for they can cause hypoglycemia shortly afterwards.

    Check you blood glucose before drinking.

    Have drinks in moderations and food either before or during drinking.

    Consult a partitioner and use caution while drinking with medications.

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    Restaurants

    7 Freshens & Fresh Market

    8 Good Girls go to Paris Crepes

    9 Jimmy Johns

    10 La Pita Fresh

    11 Midtown Corner Caf

    12 Olympic Grill

    13 The Raw Caf (opening soon)

    14 Salad 101

    15 Shangri La

    16 Slows (walkup) (opening soon)

    17 Subway

    18 Traffic Jam & Snug

    Restaurants

    1 Avalon Int. Breads

    2 Blimpie Subs & Salads

    3 Byblos Caf & Grill

    4Campus Diner

    5 Cass Caf

    6 Einstein Bros Bagels

    Food Venues

    A Kims Produce4206 Woodward Avenue

    (313) 831-1960Mon. - Fri. 10 - 7, Sat 10 - 6,

    and Sun. 11 - 5- Fresh produce

    - Groceries- Organic & natural products

    B Goodwells Natural Foods Market

    418 Wills Street (313) 831-2130

    Mon. - Thur. 8 - 7, Fri. - Sat 8 - 8, and Sun. 10 - 5-Fresh Produce

    -Groceries - Organic & natural products

    - Vegetarian & vegan products-Dietary supplements

    C (New Center area)Peaches and Greens

    8838 Third Street(313) 870-9210

    Tue. - Fir. 10 - 7 and Sat. 10 - 4-Fresh produce

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