In this healthy meal plan, delicious diabetes-friendly ingredients make balancing your blood sugar simple. Healthy eating is the cornerstone of diabetes management and can make all the difference in balancing your blood sugar and preventing the long-term effects of diabetes. In this healthy 1,calorie meal plan, delicious diabetes-friendly ingredients make balancing your blood sugar simple. Meals and snacks feature fiber-rich complex carbohydrates like whole grains, fruits and vegetables, lean protein and healthy fats while limiting refined carbs like white bread, white rice and added sugars, saturated fats and sodium-a combination recommended for diabetes. The carbohydrates are balanced throughout the day, with each meal containing carb servings grams of carbohydrates and each snack containing around carb servings grams grams of carbohydrates. The calorie and carbohydrate totals are listed next to each meal and snack so you can swap foods with similar nutrition in and out as you like. Whether you follow this plan exactly as it’s laid out, or simply use it as inspiration for building your own meal plan for diabetes, you’ll find that eating with diabetes doesn’t need to be restrictive or complicated-this meal plan proves you can still enjoy delicious foods while keeping your blood sugar balanced. Don’t miss the helpful “Diabetes Tips” throughout for more information on eating with diabetes. Looking for more? Diabetes Tip: The carbohydrate and fiber content of store-bought breads can vary greatly. Aim for a bread that delivers around 1 carbohydrate serving 15 grams of carbs and upwards of 20 percent of the daily value for fiber for one slice.
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If you have just been diagnosed with diabetes, you may find yourself wondering, what can I eat? Its a very good question considering food choices play a big role in effective diabetes management. Diabetes is a disease in which the body is not able to metabolize sugar effectively, so people with diabetes need to manage and control their carbohydrate intake. Doing so not only helps to control blood sugars, but can also result in weight loss, a reduction in triglycerides a measure of fat in the blood, and a decrease in risk for other cardiac risk factors. If you have prediabetes and have been told to lose weight, a calorie- and carbohydrate-controlled diet can help to prevent and delay diabetes. Some research even indicates that losing enough weight and keeping it off can actually put type 2 diabetes into remission. Before searching for meals and meal plans, it is wise to find out how many calories and carbohydrates you need to reach both your weight and blood sugar goals. Individual needs vary, so if you haven’t already, set up a meeting with a registered dietitian or certified diabetes educator to get an idea of ideal caloric and carbohydrate intake that would support your goals. Check to see how much your blood sugar has risen two hours after the start of your meal called “postprandial blood glucose” levels and compared your level to recommended targets. You should speak with your doctor about your exact blood sugar targets.