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A Medically Tailored Holiday Meal


The holidays are here, and it is time for those delicious dishes we think about all year. But what about friends, family, and patients who may have certain health conditions and must watch what they eat? Medscape asked for recipes from several organizations across the United States that specialize in health-conscious meals with a dash of culinary creativity. Their tasty dishes are served to people with diabetes, gastrointestinal issues, cardiovascular diseases, and other chronic conditions. You may want to add some of these delicious options to your own holiday menu. Click the links to the PDFs for the full recipes and nutrition facts.

Quinoa With Butternut Squash, Kale & Cranberries

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Recipe courtesy of Project Open Hand



Project Open Hand prepares 2500 nutritious meals daily and provides 200 bags of healthy groceries every day to help sustain their clients who are battling serious illnesses, isolation, or the health challenges of aging. Project Open Hand serves San Francisco and Oakland, California, engaging more than 125 volunteers daily to nourish the community.

This plant-based recipe is appropriate for those with hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. It’s rich in immune-boosting compounds so it’s especially good for cold and flu season. The high vitamin content supports vision and those with eye conditions such as macular degeneration.

Orange-Scented Butternut Squash Soup

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Recipe courtesy of The Foodie Physician



Dr Sonali Ruder is the founder of The Foodie Physician and a board-certified emergency physician, trained chef, mom, recipe developer, and cookbook author. Her goal is to give people the confidence and the tools to take control of their health, starting in the kitchen.

Butternut squash is high in vitamins A, B-complex, and C, as well as potassium and magnesium. It’s ideal for patients with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and those following a low-fat or low-carb diet.

Air Fryer Turkey Tenderloin

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Recipe courtesy of The Foodie Physician



Turkey tenderloin is a lean cut of meat that is high in protein. It’s appropriate for those with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and anyone following a low-fat or low-carb diet.

Braised Beef and Matzo Meal Polenta

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Recipe courtesy of Project Angel Heart



Project Angel Heart’s vision is for all Coloradans living with severe illness to have access to nutritious food that supports their health and well-being. To that end, the organization compassionately delivers comfort and support through high-quality nutrition services, including medically tailored meals, while also advocating for the principles of food as medicine.

This meal is appropriate for those with diabetes, renal issues, and allergies.

‘Meatless Meatloaf’

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Recipe courtesy of Plantable.com



Plantable.com is a clinically supported lifestyle intervention program that combines behavioral psychology, neuroscience, and nutritional science to transform health and wellness.

This recipe is free from added sugar, salt, and processed ingredients and is appropriate for anyone on a low-sodium or diabetic diet

Butternut Squash Hasselback

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Recipe courtesy of Nutrition for Longevity



Nutrition for Longevity (N4L) is a plant-forward, home-delivered meal kit company. N4L was founded on the passionate belief that a long, healthy life begins with what’s on your plate. The home-delivered meals are designed by a team of registered dietitians and executive chefs.

This dish is appropriate for those with hypertension, diabetes, Crohn’s and celiac diseases, and for weight management.

Butternut Barley Risotto With Goat Cheese and Toasted Almonds

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Recipe courtesy of La Puma Farms



La Puma Farms is an urban certified organic regenerative farm in Santa Barbara, California, that educates on the importance of food as medicine, focusing on creating great flavor from the ground up. The farm shares its bounty with the Foodbank of Santa Barbara, the A to Z Cooking School for children, local chefs, caterers, and chocolatiers.

This recipe is especially appropriate for people with high cholesterol, those with gastrointestinal conditions, and those with immune concerns.

Roasted Winter Vegetables With Cranberry-Studded Quinoa

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Recipe courtesy of La Puma Farms



This recipe is especially appropriate for people with high cholesterol, those with gastrointestinal conditions, and those with immune concerns.

Creamed Spinach

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Recipe courtesy of Plantable.com



This recipe is free from added sugar, salt, and processed ingredients and is appropriate for anyone on a low-sodium or diabetic diet.

Sweet Potato & Banana Mash

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Recipe courtesy of Project Open Hand



Project Open Hand prepares 2500 nutritious meals daily and provides 200 bags of healthy groceries every day to help sustain clients who are battling serious illnesses, isolation, or the health challenges of aging. The organization serves San Francisco and Oakland, California, engaging more than 125 volunteers daily to nourish our community.

This recipe was shared by Project Open Hand volunteer, MJ Zissman and adapted from a recipe by Leanne McGrady. This dish is appropriate for those with diabetes.

Slow Cooker Apple Crisp

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Recipe courtesy of The Foodie Physician



This dish is packed with nutrient-dense foods with lots of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, and is rich in prebiotics and probiotics. It’s good for gut/digestive health and those with gastrointestinal conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome or Clostridioides difficile infection.

Name-Your-Fruit Crisp

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Recipe courtesy of Lifelong



For nearly 40 years, Lifelong has transformed the lives of the State of Washington’s most medically vulnerable communities by helping people break down barriers to reach their best health. Chicken Soup Brigade is the organization’s food and nutrition program that provides medically tailored, culturally relevant meals and groceries to help clients manage their conditions, which include diabetes, kidney disease, cancers, HIV, and other serious illnesses.

This recipe makes a wonderful holiday-themed dessert and healthy treat for people living with diabetes and other nutrition-related illnesses.

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