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We have prepared a sample meal plan for one day of the week. Use it as a guide of what your diet should look like. This plan can be exchanged with any other that has the same calorie breakdown and exchanges.

Breakfast Glucerna Shake 8-fl-oz
1/2 cup orange sections
Coffee or tea

Lunch Ham sandwich:
  • 2 oz lean ham (5% fat)
  • 1 oz low-fat Swiss cheese
  • 2 pieces tomato slices
  • 2 pieces romaine lettuce
  • 2 tps horseradish
  • 2 tps mayonnaise
  • 2 pieces rye bread
1/2 cup low-fat coleslaw
1 small pear or apple
Diet soda or sugar-free beverage

Dinner 3-oz roasted chicken breast
1 small baked potato
1 tsp margarine
1/2 cup broccoli
1 cup mixed green salad
2 Tbsp fat-free ranch dressing
1 dinner roll
Coffee or tea

Snacks Pumpkin bread, made with Glucerna Shake, one serving
1/2 cup skim milk
12 animal crackers
1 Tbps cream cheese
1 cup cantaloupe

Exchanges Starch 9
Fat 10.5
Lean Meat 8
Fruit 3
Vegetable 4
Skim Milk 1

Calorie Breakdown protein 19%
carbohydrate 48%
fat 33%

Useful Links
  1. Diabetic Diet and Recipes
    This site is for those who want to know more about diabetic diet and living with diabetes. It contains extensive information about diabetic meal plans, diabetic recipes, computation of exchanges and much more. Take a look and remember to ask us if you have any questions.

  2. Diabetic Recipes from Recipe Source
    This site is a wonderful resource for those who want to have a varied and extensive diabetic diet. It contains 746 recipes from varied cultures and food groups.

  3. Diabetic Recipes
    This site is a unique collection of over 800 diabetic and heart-healthy recipes that have been developed for your personal use. Using these recipes, you and your family and friends can all sit down to a meal together knowing that you'll be enjoying delicious food while helping you to control your diabetes. It also contains more than 200 menus for every occasion from casual family meals to formal parties or holiday celebrations.
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