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1200 Calorie to 2400 Calorie Meal Plans – TypeFree Diabetes

By July 19, 2018 Uncategorized


Food Portion Size
Diabetes Meal Plan

1200 Calorie to 2400 Calorie Meal Plans


How much should I eat each day?Portion Control FOCUS Dish

This is a Diabetes menu guide to suggest
how to use vegetables, meats, starch, fruit, and fats to meet your daily caloric
needs. This menu guide ranges from 1200 calories per day to 2400 calories per day
menu plans.





Have about 1,200 to 1,600 calories a
day if you are a:

Choose this many servings from these food groups to have
1,200 to 1,600 calories
a day:

6 starches

2 milks

3 vegetables

4 to 6 ounces meat and meat substitutes

2 fruits

up to 3 fats

Talk with your diabetes teacher about how to make a mealDiabetes Food Pyramid plan that fits the              
                       



way you usually eat, your daily routine, and your diabetes medicines. Then make
your own plan.

Have about 1,600 to 2,000 calories a
day if you are a:

  • large woman who wants to lose weight
  • small man at a healthy weight
  • medium-sized man who does not exercise much
  • medium-sized or large man who wants to lose weight

Choose this many servings from these food groups to have
1,600 to 2,000 calories
a day:

8 starches

2 milks

4 vegetables

4 to 6 ounces meat and meat substitutes

3 fruits

up to 4 fats

Talk with your diabetes educator about how
to make a menu plan that fits the way you usually eat, your daily routine, and your
diabetes medicines. Then make your own plan.

Have about 2,000 to 2,400 calories a day if you are a:

  • large man at a healthy weight
  • medium-sized or large woman who exercises a lot or has a physically active job

Choose this many servings from these food groups to have
2,000 to 2,400 calories
a day:

10 starches

2 milks

4 vegetables

5 to 7 ounces meat and meat substitutes

4 fruits

up to 5 fats

Talk with your diabetes teacher about how to make a meal plan that fits the
way you usually eat, your daily routine, and your diabetes medicines. Then make
your own plan.

Make this even easier by visiting MyPyramid,
where they do this all for you, and you can stay abreast with any up to the minute
updates.


Remember: Eat Healthy With Style!


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