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Diabetes Meal Planning


Diabetes Menu Planner
Chances are good that you are already well aware that the food you eat has a direct impact on your body weight and overall health. For example, most of us know that the more food we eat, the more calories we take in. Taking in calories gives us energy, but excess calories are often stored on the body as fat.

But, more importantly you need to be careful about the amount of sugar that you eat with each meal. White Rice is sugar in disguise. Read more...


Slow Cookers: Home Cooked Meal While at Work

After a long day at the office or while you're enjoying a relaxing weekend, it can often be rewarding to return home to find your dinner already prepared for you. Even if you love to cook, a slow cooker meal can help you stay healthy and nutritious, no matter how busy your schedule gets. Say goodbye to fast food dinners and slapped-together sandwiches with these slow cooker ideas and tips: Plan a Dinner!!! Read more...


Family Meal Planning Mythbusters

Diabetic-friendly food is bland:
Diabetic-friendly food does not have to be bland. Anyone who has ever sampled many store-bought Diabetic-friendly foods may have the impression that the low-sugar items are tasteless and unfullfilling. However, Diabetic-friendly foods do not have to be bland at all. Read more...


1200 Calorie to 2400 Calorie Meal Plans
How much should I eat each day? 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.Read more...