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Nutrition & Meal Planning

The best diabetes management includes a balanced and individualized nutrition plan, and that’s what our team of dietitians are here to help with! The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends seeing a dietitian 3 to 6 times within the first 6 months of diabetes diagnosis, and at least once per year (or more, if necessary) after those first 6 months.

 

The American Diabetes Association reports that seeing a dietitian has resulted in A1c decreases of 1.0-1.9% for people with T1D, and 0.3-2.0% for people with T2D. With all of this in mind and having a dietitian on site nearly every day, you will see one of our dietitians at least once per year to check in and improve your overall diabetes management.

Check out the following pages for more nutrition tips and recipes!

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Read our tips for eating a well-rounded diet and setting healthy goals.

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Learn tips & tricks for tackling stubborn foods in our troubleshooting guide. 

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Enjoy trick-or-treating and Thanksgiving dinner without the worry! Read our tips for staying in range this holiday season.

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Check out our guide for tips on reading food labels and carb counting.

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Learn more about how to eat away from home while still keeping your blood sugar levels in check. 

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Looking for some low-carb alternatives to keep your blood sugars from soaring after meals? Look no further!

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