Dr David Unwin’s Quick Bacon and Broccoli Fry-Up: The 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet Recipe Book – Dr Calre Bailey and Dr Sarah Schenker

8-week-blood-sugar-diet-recipe-bookThe 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet Recipe Book

By Dr Clare Bailey with Dr Sarah Schenker, foreword by Dr Michael Mosley

 

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Dr David Unwin’s Quick Bacon and Broccoli Fry-Up

“A delicious, easy lunch, kindly sent to us by the inspirational GP Dr David Unwin, who has been championing the low-carb, higher-fat approach to eating for some years. He has helped many of his patients lose weight, improve their blood sugars and reverse their diabetes; and was doing this at a time when people didn’t believe it was possible.” p. 53

 

Serves 1

3 rashers of bacon, diced

1 tbsp olive oil

100g button mushrooms

200g broccoli, roughly chopped, or leeks, sliced

20g cheese, grated

  • CALORIES 430
  • PROTEIN 29G
  • FAT 33G
  • FIBRE 6G
  • CARBS 4G

 

Fry the bacon in the olive oil, add the mushrooms and then the broccoli and cook until everything has softened and melded together. Add some black pepper and sprinkle on the grated cheese, and tuck in. (Even better, if you have time: place the mixture in an oven dish under the grill until it’s golden brown on top.)

 

Tip: you can replace the bacon with either 60g haloumi, fried first like the bacon, or 80g peppered hot smoked rainbow trout, which should be added at the end to the softened veg mixture.

 

 

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