Smart Shopping of Groceries for Diabetes

"You can really eat anything," as registered dietitian and associate director of nutrition for the American Diabetes Association Shamera Robinson, MPH, puts it. Your favorite meals can be included in a personalized diet plan. Determining your ideal nutritional balance is the best way to approach eating. One way to do that is via the Diabetes Plate Method. Think about cutting a 9-inch plate into equal halves. On one side of the plate, arrange the non-starchy vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, greens, squash, or tomatoes).