Find the right balance that works for you!
Eating doesn’t have to be boring.
When you’re managing your health, your eating plan is a powerful tool. But eating healthy can feel boring and dull, right? Well, it doesn't have to because there are tons of things you can do to add flavor to your daily routine—including healthy twists on your favorite foods.
So, don’t give up. The one key to feeling your best lies in the food you eat—so start working with a dietitian or registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). Be sure to include foods you like and don’t be afraid to try something new.
Most importantly, remember that eating well—and adding activity to your daily routine (moving more)—are important ways you can manage your health. And we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Make the right choices
Meal planning is more than just what you’ll be eating. It’s about making smart choices that work for your personal daily life and tastes, as well as what is safe for managing diabetes. Get the basics down and you'll be a pro in no time.
Know the three types
There are three main types of carbohydrates in food: Starches, sugars, and fiber. Starches—or complex carbohydrates—include starchy vegetables, dried beans, and grains. Sugars include those naturally occurring (like in fruit) and added (like in a cookie). And fiber comes from plant foods vs. animal products like eggs, meat, or fish.
Talk to a Dietitian
Our menus are designed by our partner specialists or dietitians to provide you with the best selections for your situation. Our Registered specialists are available to discuss any questions about nutritional and/or ingredients and our highly-trained Customer Care team is always happy to help find those options that are a fit for what the client needs. .