ADA Houston is especially committed to educating the public about how to stop diabetes and support those living with the disease to address the rising prevalence of diabetes in the city of Houston. Thus, this is why the Kelsey-Seybold Clinic and the Houston chapter of American Diabetes Association are teaming up during the month of November to BEAT diabetes.

As part of the National Diabetes Awareness Month, 15 local restaurants are working to provide you with diabetes-friendly meals with #DineOutForDiabetes. Chefs from these restaurants have created main entrees that are ADA-approved and will be serving them specifically throughout this month to allow people with diabetes to enjoy a delicious, yet healthy meal. Many of the dishes are seafood in nature, but you can still enjoy a poached tenderloin from Artisans or pork tenderloin from Nara.

Links to each of the participating restaurants are listed below.

Artisans – poached tenderloin
Arturo Boada Cuisine – golden tile
Canopy – snapper en papillote
Corner Table – pan seared trout
Eleven XI – grilled halibut
Glass Wall – red snapper en papillote
Holley’s – simply grilled fish
Jonathan’s The Rub – fish fume
Kiran’s – Texas redfish with hatch chili and chimichurri sauce
Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette – simply grilled redfish
Nara – pork tenderloin
The Original Ninfa’s on Navigation – grilled salmon
Park Restaurant at Wyndham – barbecue salmon, black bean, and corn salad
Peli Peli – south African king klip
Sparrow – salmon with roasted beet sauce

There are also diabetes-friendly recipes at KelseyBeatsDiabetes.com with the ingredients listed and step-by-step instructions for those who would prefer to cook their own meals at home. But whether you #dineout or #dinein, let us work together to BEAT diabetes.

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