- Eat half the sirloin steak along with the baked potato and salad. Ask for sour cream and fat free salad dressing on the side and just add a little. You could even share a slice of lemon pie with a friend. This 500 calorie dinner has fewer calories and less than 1/2 the fat of the prime rib alone. By eating 1/2 the sirloin steak, you'd have leftovers to add to a salad the next day for a quick lunch or dinner.
- Another option is to enjoy a roll in place of a baked potato or ask for a double portion of steamed vegetables instead of salad. Dip your roll in a small amount of olive oil instead of butter for less saturated fat. The options are unlimited if you watch your portion sizes.
- By skipping dessert or having a fruit cup to top off your meal, you would save even more calories and fat.
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American Diabetes Association answeredYou have many options for planning your steakhouse meal if you have diabetes: