Before meal planning, reach out to your dietitian to ensure proper nutrition.
When it comes to diabetes, there are certain foods to keep in mind. Eating protein — chicken, eggs, fish, or vegetarian proteins — helps improve your blood sugar. As does fiber. So, make sure you’re getting your whole grains, fruits, and veggies in.2
Be conscious of these foods as you start planning out your meals each night.
Try to eat around the same time every day. And, eating three scheduled meals a day with one to two snacks in between. This all helps keep blood sugar levels stable3.