Check out this sample plan to see how you can include more fresh, natural foods in your daily meals. Including more fresh, natural foods in your plan helps you get all the important nutrients you need and can still taste great!
Tired of eating the same old foods every day? Give your diabetes-meal plan an Asian twist. The Asian culture and food focuses on achieving a balance of different flavors and foods. This type of cooking is simpler than you think and can be very diabetes-friendly when you do it right!
Seafood is a lean, high-protein option and a heart-healthy choice for people with diabetes. Lots of seafood is fresh and available during the summer months. It also pairs well with fresh summer produce and whole grain foods!
Our November 2011 meal plan focuses on fitting in your favorite holiday foods. Check out our tips for adjusting calories and carbohydrates as well to see how you can enjoy some dessert at the dinner table too!
This month's one-day meal plan focuses on healthy Fall foods that are tasty, yet healthy. Don't let the Halloween candy sabotage your blood glucose levels this month - you can still get a taste of the season with some of our favorite fall foods!