- You have diabetes or diabetes runs in your family, but you still want to enjoy a variety of delicious foods.
- You crave sugar and would like to have a lower carbohydrate meal plan to help control your cravings.
- You want to learn portion control and healthy eating behaviors to help stabilize your blood sugars.
- You aren't concerned about a lower carbohydrate meal plan and do not need to watch your blood sugars.
- You prefer not to cook and want more flexibility/convenience.
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The Living with Diabetes meal plan supports not only the current recommendations of the American Diabetes Association, but also the nutrition guidelines of one of America's premier institutions for the care of individuals with diabetes, the Joslin Diabetes Center. To help keep blood glucose under control for diabetics, unrefined carbohydrates, including whole-grain breads, cereals, beans, peas, vegetables and whole fruits are incorporated. Carbohydrates that have little nutritional value such as sweets, white breads and other products made with white flour are excluded. It is an easy-to-follow meal plan that provides simple, tasty meals and recipes to help you control your blood sugars.
The Living with Diabetes meal plan provides an average of 40% of your calories from carbohydrates, up to 30% of your calories from protein and less than 35% of your calories from fat. The carbohydrates included on your meal plan will come from complex carbohydrate sources including whole grains, fruits and vegetables. These sources of carbohydrates help ensure you get plenty of fiber in all of your meals for optimal blood sugar control.
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