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EELPIE Posts: 2,700
5/23/14 12:55 P

Thanks Becky :)

5/23/14 12:21 P

Today, a diabetic diet is one that uses a controlled carbohydrate intake to achieve appropriate blood sugar levels. A calorie amount is determined for one's weight (or weight goal) and then about 45-50% of those calories come from foods containing carbohydrate---using primarily healthy types of carbs. The remaining calories come from protein and healthy fat sources. The carb amount is then divided into meals and snacks throughout the day.

There is an easy way to use this type of approach at Sparkpeople--for we have a Diabetes Center with meal plans that were formulated by a Dietitian/Certified Diabetes Educator. Click here to join the center and use the meal plans. And you can always change back in the future, if you wish:

While some of these meal plans do contain artificial sweetener--you could easily substitute to meet your goal.

Hope this helps--
Your SP Registered Dietitian

Edited by: DIETITIANBECKY at: 5/23/2014 (12:23)
EELPIE Posts: 2,700
5/23/14 12:12 P

What is the diabetic diet?

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5/23/14 12:11 P

I've heard the diabetic diet is one of the best diets to go on. I want to try it for a month. Any suggests to combat cravings that don't fit the diet. {Please refram from suggesting fake sugar}

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