For people trying to manage diabetes and prediabetes, a well-balanced and healthy eating plan is one of the most powerful tools. Figuring out what to eat and what would best suit your personal preferences can feel like a hassle, right?
All of the Klinio meal plans are safe and effective for diabetes management. This article will help you choose the meal plan that best suits your personal needs.
This meal plan is recipe-based. You’ll find different recipes that will indicate your meal's exact ingredients and preparation instructions. We ensure that your calorie recommendations and food variations align with the intended goal.
You’ll find 5 daily meals in your plan: breakfast, 2 snacks, lunch, and dinner. If the offered meal is not what you would like to have that day, you can always replace it with another meal in the suggestions list. We have prepared a wide variety of delicious recipes and meals that would suit the biggest picky eater’s needs!
All the meal plan foods will show you the exact amounts of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, dietary fiber, sugar, cholesterol, glycemic index, and glycemic load.
A very low-carbohydrate eating plan promotes and supports healthy eating patterns for people who have diabetes or pre-diabetes. It helps to improve health overall, achieve and maintain body weight goals, delay or prevent the complications of diabetes. Also, it has demonstrated evidence for alleviating glycaemia over time.
While following a very low-carbohydrate meal plan, it is important to keep consistent medical assistance and be aware that insulin and other diabetes medications may need to be adjusted in order to prevent hypoglycemia. Also, blood pressure will need to be monitored by your doctor.
Currently, very low-carbohydrate eating plans are not recommended for women who are pregnant or lactating, people with or at risk for disordered eating, or people who have renal disease. Additionally, they should be used with caution in patients taking sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors due to the potential risk of ketoacidosis.
As for all individuals in developed countries, both children and adults with diabetes are encouraged to minimize their intake of refined carbohydrates and added sugars, and focus on carbohydrates from vegetables, berries, dairy instead.
The traditional Mediterranean diet is characterized by high consumption of vegetables, fruits and nuts, legumes and unprocessed cereals, fish, and seafood; low consumption of meat and meat products; and low consumption of dairy products.
This diet is rich in healthy fats, such as olive oil, and increases the consumption of foods high in antioxidants, fiber, and other essential nutrients.
The Mediterranean diet has been linked to a number of health benefits, including a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
28-day no junk food challenge
28-day no junk food challenge will get you eating a healthy and well-balanced diet. It is the most crucial factor in positively managing your diabetes.
You’ll find 5 daily meals in your plan: breakfast, 2 snacks, lunch, and dinner. If the offered recipes are not what you would like to have that day, no worries: you’ll be able to choose another meal from our suggestions list!
You will have a prepared list of all the ingredients for your meals, which will make it way easier to avoid overshopping or buying unhealthy items in the grocery store.
This meal plan is prepared by evaluating individual calorie intake according to your goal. We also take into account: calculated amounts of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, dietary fiber, sugar, cholesterol, glycemic index, and glycemic load. We assure you that all the values meet the clinical guidelines of the diabetes diet, and it’s personalized according to your personal anthropometric characteristics.
It is important to consult with your doctor/GP before starting any weight loss program to determine whether there are other health issues that could affect your weight loss plan.