The good news is that people managing diabetes need not sacrifice the joy of eating. With moderation, sound nutritional practices, and careful monitoring of carbohydrates, a diabetic food plan is a healthy way for the whole family to eat.
So whether you have been living with diabetes, are pre-diabetic, or are caring for someone with the condition, the essential nutrients of good health include lean protein, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and healthy fats such as nuts and olive oil.
The best way to keep meals from getting boring — and to prevent the temptations of food high in sugar and empty calories — is to experiment with new recipes. Spice up your daily menu with some of these delicious new diabetic-friendly dishes.