A recipe for a Beef Tenderloin with Three Spreads that is a great diabetic recipe and a great way to help control your weight. Ladies casual footwear that comes in Narrow to Extra Wide widths!

A recipe for a Beef Tenderloin with Three Spreads that is a great diabetic recipe and a great way to help control your weight

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A recipe for a Beef Tenderloin with Three Spreads that is a great diabetic recipe and a great way to help control your weight

 This mouth-watering tenderloin, sprinkled with rosemary, will have your guests coming back for more. Serving 3 tasty spreads, Horseradish Mayo, Black Pepper-Olive Relish, and Blue Cheese-Parsley Crumble, will have them coming back for a third helping of tenderloin just to try the spreads.

Ingredients:

  • 2 2-lb. beef tenderloin roasts or 4 1-lb. pork tenderloins
  • Okay, 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 tsp. dried rosemary, crushed
  • 1/2 tsp. coarse sea salt or kosher salt
  • One recipe Horseradish Mayo
  • Yes, 1 recipe Black Pepper Olive Relish
  • 1 recipe Blue Cheese Parsley Crumble
  • 12 slices firm-textured white bread
  • Sliced radishes (optional)

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Brush meat with olive oil; sprinkle with rosemary and salt. Insert a meat thermometer into the center of one of the roasts. For beef, roast uncovered, for 35 to 45 minutes or until thermometer registers 140 degrees F.
  2. For pork, roast uncovered 25 to 35 minutes or until thermometer registers 160 degrees F.
  3. Allow meat to stand, covered loosely with foil, about 10 minutes to allow juices to reabsorb and meat to firm for easier slicing. Cut into 1/4- to 1/2-inch slices.
  4. Serve with Horseradish Mayo, Black Pepper-Olive Relish, Blue Cheese-Parsley Crumble, bread, and sliced radishes, if desired.
  5. Makes 12 to 16 servings.
  6. Horseradish Mayo: In a bowl stir together 1/2 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon prepared horseradish, 1 tablespoon snipped fresh Italian (flat-leaf) parsley, and 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper.
  7. Makes 2/3 cup. Each Tablespoon Horseradish Mayo: 80 cal, 8 g fat, (2 g sat. fat), 4 mg chol, 65 mg sodium, 0 g carbo, 0 g fiber, 0 g pro. Daily Values: 1% vit. A, 1% vit. C.
  8. Black Pepper-Olive Relish: In a bowl stir together 1 cup pitted and chopped kalamata or Nicoise olives; one small red sweet pepper, chopped; then,  1 tablespoon olive oil; 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar or red wine vinegar; and 1 teaspoon cracked black pepper. Makes about 1-2/3 cups.
  9. Each Tablespoon Black Pepper-Olive Relish: 14 cal, 1 g fat, (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol, 2 mg sodium, 0 g carbo, 0 g fiber, 0 g pro. Daily Values: 2% vit. A, 8% vit. C.
  10. Blue Cheese-Parsley Crumble: In a small bowl lightly toss together 2 ounces blue cheese, crumbled; 1/2 cup chopped Italian (flat-leaf) parsley; 1 tablespoon lemon juice; and 1/8 teaspoon coarse sea salt or kosher salt. Makes about 3/4 cup.
  11. Each Tablespoon Blue Cheese-Parsley Crumble: 17 cal, 1 g fat, (1 g sat. fat), 4 mg chol, 84 mg sodium, 0 g carbo, 0 g fiber, 0 g pro. Daily Values: 5% vit. A, 7% vit. C, 3% calcium, 1% iron.

MANY FOOT PROBLEMS CAN BE RESOLVED- HOW?/ dtfootwear.com

Although diabetes is a chronic condition, it doesn’t have to slow you down from enjoying life.

Whether you’ve just been diagnosed or have been managing our conditions for hearing, you can enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle by following simple guidelines for foot care and proper footwear.

What you need to know about diabetes and foot health:

28 million US adults have diabetes

60-70% will likely develop loss of sensation on their feet, a condition known as neuropathy

25% will likely develop a diabetic foot sore, also called foot ulcer

Diabetes is the leading cause of lower-extremity amputations not caused by accidents or injury, responsible for more than 60% of all cases

Nearly all (80%) diabetes-related amputations start with foot ulcers.

Because of the connection between foot ulcers and amputation, medical experts agree a key to optimal foot health is to avoid blisters and sores.

The use of proper footwear, regular exams, and preventative foot care reduced amputation among people with diabetes by 50%.

One of the common complications of diabetes is neuropathy or loss of feeling in the feet or legs.

This condition happens when high blood sugar damages the blood vessels that lead to your nerves, affecting their ability to feel the sensation.

If you have neuropathy, you may not be aware of friction from poorly fitting shoes that can cause blisters or small injuries to the toes or foot.

A pebble in your shoe, you may not feel that irritation, allowing it to develop into a blister or sore. If left untreated, these minor problems can turn into more serious diabetic foot ulcers.

Then,  infected, they can lead to amputations of the toes, foot, or leg.

Adults with diabetes may also experience decreased blood flow throughout their body, making it harder to fight infections.

As a result, wounds take longer to heal and can quickly advance to a more serious medical condition.

Many foot issues can be addressed and resolved- the key is catching them early.

Protect your feet with therapeutic footwear!!

DTFootwear is explicitly designed to meet these standards:

Protective, seamless lining.

Sold leather lining or soft fabric and padded foam help you avoid any irritation

Extra-depth in the toe area. Ample room for your toes to feel comfortable and not crowded

Stretchable, non-binding uppers.

Some shoes have microfiber elastic material to stretch to the unique shape of your feet.

Ergonomic sole.

Uniquely designed rocker outsole works with your foot’s biomechanics to naturally propel you forward as you move

Flat footbed.

Eliminates pressure on your toes and keeps your feet relaxed in a natural position, also allows orthotics and inserts to lay flat and fit in our shoe properly

When you have orthopedic/therapeutic footwear, please keep the following tips in mind:

Fitting shoes properly is an art, not a science; seek the help of professional

Break-in new shoes slowly- wear them one to two hours each day for a couple of weeks and check your feet for redness, blisters or swelling

Before you put on your shoes, look inside for foreign objects or torn lining

Always wear stocking or socks to avoid blisters and sores

The purpose of Dtfoootwear.com is to create that perfect fit, support, balance, and never getting tired feet.

 

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In Conclusion,

 

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I have been in the footwear business for over 50 years and have been trained by the best in the Therapeutic/Orthopedic world.

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