6 Ways To Use Zucchini

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Don’t let that late-summer zucchini go to waste!

Rich in vitamins and minerals but not in carbohydrates, zucchini can be an important addition to a diabetic diet as well as any diet. Get your fill of B-vitamins, copper, vitamin C and fiber to slow digestion as you incorporate these in healthy ways. Try zucchini “chips” or “zoodles” as replacements for foods like potato chips or noodles that otherwise would raise your blood sugars.

From spiralizing and grilling to making healthy muffins and “fries,” here are six easy (and delicious) ways to use this versatile vegetable.

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SOURCE: This article is posted by permission Delicious Living (and its parent company New Hope Network), a trusted voice in the natural living community for 30 years.

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