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Finding a recipe that is appropriate for individuals with diabetes can be tricky because food and nutrition affects everyone differently. An important part of managing diabetes is maintaining a healthy blood sugar level. Research shows that meeting with a registered dietitian regularly can help with managing diabetes and improving overall health.1 If you have diabetes (or know someone who does), I encourage seeking a doctor for a referral to meet with a registered dietitian who can personalize a meal plan that includes appropriate recipes and food choices.
We have over 400 Low Added Sugar recipes that you may enjoy. Ask your health care team if they can be included in your meal plan and visit our Lifestyle pages for more tips on general nutrition and other ways to support a healthy lifestyle. Here a few tips to check out:
- Beware of sugar creeping into your diet.
- Eat fewer packaged foods, and eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
- Exercise can be fun and doesn't have to mean going to a gym.
Hope this helps!
1. Gordon B. “How an RDN Can Help with Diabetes.” Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Reviewed September 2018. Accessed January 2019. Available at: https://www.eatright.org/health/diseases-and-conditions/diabetes/how-an-...