Friday, January 20, 2012

Diabetic meal plan

Diabetic ConnectI love doing meal planning, because it simplifies my life and saves me money.

But meal planning is even more important when you have dietary limitations, like if you have diabetes. Then it's incredibly important to plan your meals, to make sure that what you're eating fits your limitations, and that you're not tempted to eat other foods.

If you have diabetes, you can get a free 28-day meal plan from Diabetic Connect. Your meal plan will have breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner, with more than 50 low-carb recipes. You'll have delicious meals like Roasted Pork Tenderloin and Rosemary Orange Chicken, while still staying in your diet guidelines.

Click here for your 28-day meal plan.

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