There are roughly 20 million Americans with diabetes and about another 40 million with pre-diabetes. Diabetes is a disease where the body doesn’t make enough insulin to control blood sugar levels. In addition to taking medication prescribed by a doctor, eating healthy meal plans and exercising can help diabetics control their blood sugar levels. If you have diabetes, exercising 30 – 60 minutes a day three times a week can benefit you in several ways:
Helps you lose weight and maintain a healthy body weight
Helps you develop stronger muscles and build stronger bone density
Helps lower stress and blood pressure
Helps lower your blood sugar levels
In addition to exercise, eating healthy diabetic meal plans will help control blood sugar. Diabetic-friendly meal plans are high in soluble fiber and low in saturated fat, sugar and sodium. Also, when it comes to carbohydrates, meals should consist of low-glycemic carbs such as whole grains, couscous and brown rice, rather than high-glycemic carbs such as bananas, pastries, and white potatoes. For some people, the switch from eating whatever they want to a specialized diabetic diet meal plan can be rough. They think diabetic food will be boring and bland. It’s also hard to give up comfort foods and desserts. However, once you get used to eating diabetic meal plans and feeling how good they make you feel, you eventually learn to appreciate and enjoy diabetic food. If you’re adventurous in the kitchen, there are many cookbooks and recipes online that provide fun ideas for healthy and tasty diabetic meals.
For those of us who have busier lifestyles, planning healthy meal plans and cooking (plus cleaning up!) can be more of a chore. A meal delivery service might be the perfect solution for those of us busier folks. There is a wide range of meal delivery companies offering extensive menu items, and most of these meal delivery companies offer diabetic meals and low carb meal plans. The diabetic meal plans are often created by nutritionists and/or dieticians, and are professionally cooked by chefs. What you get are meal plans that are not only delicious but good for you! Best of all these diabetic meal plans are conveniently delivered straight to you, and all you have to do is heat the food up and eat. Living a healthy diabetic lifestyle requires taking your medication, eating right and exercising. While no one can exercise for you, at least for those people who don’t have the time to cook for themselves, a meal delivery service can do all the work – all you have to do is eat!
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