Meal Plans for Diabetes

Try our delicious meal plan for diabetes, designed by EatingWell's registered dietitians and food experts to help you manage your blood sugar and eat healthfully on a diabetic diet.

Healthy Meal Plans & Tips

6 Tips for Diabetes-Friendly Entertaining
I am living with type 2 diabetes. Learn the simple tricks and tips I've developed over the years for maintaining a healthy eating pattern while hosting a dinner party or other food-centric gathering.
Can People With Diabetes Eat Potatoes?
People with diabetes can eat potatoes, and here we give tips on how to enjoy potatoes in a healthy way if you have diabetes.
12 Diabetes-Friendly Lunch Ideas in 10 Minutes
From salads and grain bowls to wraps and sandwiches, these diabetes-friendly lunches only take 10 minutes or less to prep, making them perfect to pack on busy days.
Can People with Diabetes Eat Fruits?
Eating fruit can be part of a healthy diet for people with diabetes.
20 Easy Diabetes-Friendly Snacks You Can Make Ahead for Busy Weeks
These easy snacks feature complex carbs like chickpeas, whole grains and fruit and hold low amounts of saturated fats and sodium, so they fit seamlessly into a diabetes-friendly eating pattern.

Meal Plans for Any Day

7-Day Easy Diabetes-Friendly Dinner Plan for Between the Holidays
Make the most of your downtime between the holiday hustle and bustle with these simple, comforting meals that don't require lots of time or cleanup.
A Month of Diabetes-Friendly Dinners to Help Reduce Inflammation
Starring complex carbs like whole-wheat pasta, brown rice and quinoa as well as low counts of sodium and saturated fat, these dinners are a perfect fit for a diabetes-friendly eating pattern. And ingredients like salmon, spinach, chickpeas and garlic are both diabetes-friendly and can help reduce inflammation, which can help with everything from joint stiffness to immune health.
Best Healthy Dinner Foods for Diabetes

Got diabetes and not sure what to eat for dinner? Here are meal ideas to help you get a healthy dinner on the table when you have diabetes.