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where can I find a 1250 calorie diet with no pasta, rice, bread, potatoes and of course sweets.

A: Dear dutchboy, Thank you for writing dLife and congratulations on your weight loss. Meal planning and staying on track can be a challenge. The good news is that dLife has a Diabetes Meal Manager where you can choose from hundreds of meal plans developed by registered dietitians to meet your goals. You can also customize the plans to fit your taste. When you make changes, the nutritional facts are automatically updated. You will also find a large database that includes thousands of branded foods, recipes, ethnic and fast food restaurants. It is updated daily, so you always have the latest nutritional facts. If you''d rather just track what you eat, you


where can I find a Chart that shows me how to breakdown my diet?

A: If you enjoy ''surfing the net'', a plethora of options await you. One very popular fold out Food Exchange list is offered from Novo at www.novonordisk-us.com. This is a comprehensive breakdown of different foods, with appropriate amounts to make up between 1200 and 2,000 calories per day. You could also check out www.nutritiondata.com, for the breakdown of countless foods to see how they can fit into your meal plan. Have you tried clicking on the apple icon on the dLife page entitled ''Healthy Eating''? From there you can request information for an 1800 calorie diet and be led to many interesting articles and tips that can be helpful. Once you get started, you''ll be amazed at all the options. Of course a visit to...


where can I find a copy of the diabetic diet? Is it available online?

A: I am not sure what you are referring to. I seem to remember a diet back when I was in my early 20's (very early) that gave you exactly what to eat. can't recall what the items were though. Here are some websites that may help: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/diabeticdiet.html http://www.lifeclinic.com/focus/diabetes/diet.asp http://www.healthsquare.com/mc/fgmc2021.htm HTH! TO find A diabetic DIET, GO TO YOUR HEALTHY LIVING TAB TO SEARCH diabetic DIETS OR USE SEARCH TAB TO GET LOADS OF INFO. You can also go here for suggested diabetic cook books to help with your diet. Good luck!...

where can I find a diet for type II?

A: A diet less in carbohydrates with adequate proteins,vitamins and minerals should help.Do not take white bread.Avoid sweets and alcohol. Instead of one big meal ,break it in to smaller portions and take it at regular intervals....

where can I find An Online Diet Plan For Type I Diabetes?

A: You really shouldn''t trust the web on this. Diabetes is a very serious and very complicated disease. You really should go to your Dr or a nutritionist can tell you...

where can I find a list?

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where can I find a LOW protein, type II diabetic diet exchange list?

A: Jo-   I looked high and low to find a low protein diet,  I can honestly say I don''t think there is one. The good news,  we have a sister site called Foodfit.com. If you click here low protein recipes it will bring up recipes that have low protein foods. The down fall is it doesn''t give you the exchange option but it does list the number of carbs per serving.    Cherise Community Moderator...

where can i find a website that would give me good science fair projects to do on my diabetes?

A: Hey diabeticdiva,   I can''t really find any good websites for ya, but what about something related to diet an diabetes? You can do some experiments with soda or artificial substitutes, different brands of certain foods and see how they affect your blood sugars. You can determine the best and worst brands for people with diabetes.   Just some thoughts. Anyone else have suggestions?...

Does anyone know where I can find a diabetic diet plan like the doctor gives patients?

A: nikki ! http://www.reddiabetes.com You really don''t want a diet plan given to someone by a doctor. They have no knowledge of nutrition and the person that gave the doctor the plan was probably a rep from a drug company that was promoting some diabetic drug. A very good site to learn about diabetes diets and how to manage the blood sugar can be found at: www.mendosa.com That web site is very comprehensive and very good information that is nutritionally sound. You need to understand the difference between glycemic index and glycemic load. The index is not the best way to approach the issue because it requires 50 grams of a nutrient and just imagine how many carrots are in 50 grams. The Glycemic Load deals with "SERVING SIZES" and...


where can i find what is good for a borderline diabetic to eat?

A: There is no such thing as borderline diabetes, your either diabetic or your not. It''s the game Dr.s play http://medlineplus.gov is a Government database, run from the National Library of Medicine that is a great resource for all kinds of medical information. Here is the result of a search on diabetes, which lead me to "diabetic diet" http://search.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/query?FUNCTION=search&PARAMETER=diabetes&DISAMBIGUATION=true&SERVER1=server1&SERVER2=server2&START=0&END=25&MAX=500&ASPECT=3 And the first one looks like a good place to start: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/diabeticdiet.html There are links from this page to all sorts of interactive menu planning, etc....

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