Lately I’ve made a few adjustments in my eating habits. I’ve cut out refined sugar and processed flour. In addition, I’ve started tracking what I eat on The Daily Plate. My eyes have been opened to how much food I was absentmindedly consuming. Oh my! (No wonder my clothes don’t fit anymore.)
It’s taken a few days to mentally make the switch, but I think in the long run, it will be a good thing to make my calories count.
Since my diet changes also happen to be mostly gluten and sugar free, I’ve also seen a new perspective of others who might have to eat a certain way due to gluten-intolerance or diabetes. And in those situations, meal planning is essential to being successful.
Sign up for a free Diabetes Meal Planner here. I’m no doctor and don’t have personal experience with diabetes, but the website appears to hold a wealth of information, addressing topics other than just diabetes. Just be sure to check with your doctor before you make any changes in your diet.
Do you have a favorite online meal planning resource that you love? Tell us about it!