Hi viewers! Having diabetes can be a bit of a struggle, but don’t worry you’re not alone. Over 32 million Americans are estimated to have diabetes. Your diet is super important when it comes to this disease, especially when talking about blood sugar levels.
But figuring out how to enjoy the foods you love doesn’t have to be a chore.
It doesn’t matter if you have type 1, 2 or even prediabetes, we’ve got the ultimate meal plan for every palate.
Can you still eat meat? Can you really make a yummy but quick breakfast? Will this diet plan be hard to follow? We’re gonna answer all these questions and more in today’s video.
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⏱️ Intro – 0:00
⏱️ Breakfast – 0:42
⏱️ Oatmeal With Cinnamon And Nuts – 0:55
⏱️ Eggy Breakfast Bowl – 2:39
⏱️ Lunch – 4:16
⏱️ Avocado Toast On Whole Grain Bread – 4:20
⏱️ Salmon Salad With Creamy Lemon And Garlic Dressing – 5:26
⏱️ Dinner – 7:04
⏱️ Brown Rice, Roasted Sweet Potato With Lean Chicken And Sauteed Kale – 7:08
⏱️ Roasted Squash, Garlic, Olive Oil And Broccoli – 8:23
Let’s start with Breakfast:
When it comes to diabetes, breakfast cereal and refined grains like white bread are generally a no-no. So, if you’re looking something quick but oh so tasty, try this:
Oatmeal with Cinnamon and Nuts: This one is especially wonderful on cold winter mornings. Whole grains make sure your blood sugar levels won’t spike too much, and the fiber might actually improve insulin sensitivity, something super important when it comes to diabetes.
Eggy Breakfast Bowl: Eggs are a little controversial when it comes to cholesterol and diabetes management. So if you’re not comfy with them you can either stick to egg whites, or just skip the eggs and have tofu instead.
Let’s move on to some great lunch ideas!
Avocado toast on Whole Grain Bread: Fruits and vegetables in general are great for your health, regardless if you have diabetes or not.
And finally, some Dinner options:
Brown Rice, Roasted Sweet Potato with Lean Chicken (no skin) and sauteed Kale: We know, brown rice? Kale? This doesn’t sound like the most delicious meal, but that’s why you add some lean chicken and yummy sweet potatoes.
Roasted Squash, Garlic, Olive oil, and Broccoli: Some research suggests that a vegetarian or vegan diet could be really beneficial for those with diabetes.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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