Introducing our new “haute & healthy” diabetic-friendly menu plan!

Diabetes is not the end of your life…nor is it the end of enjoying good food!

As a borderline-diabetic, with a long family history of the disease, I personally develop,  test, and follow the recipes for the haute & healthy menu.

Each recipe is designed to help maintain acceptable blood-sugar levels, encourage weight-loss (two key elements in diabetes management), and provide a delicious, nutritious, and sustainable eating lifestyle.

For the best nutrition, we regularly choose simple carbs that offer the most benefits: fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, legumes, whole grains, and low-fat dairy foods.

The parameters of this menu have been reviewed and approved my’s Nutritional Advisory Board, which is made up of medical and nutritional professionals specializing in health, nutrition, and diabetic medicine.

haute & healthy Menu Targets
500-600 dinner calories
Protein: 30-40 grams
Fat: 20-30 grams
Carbs: 30-60 grams
Sodium: 850 mg

These targets are based on a range of 1,500-1,800 calories a day, for slow and steady weight loss when combined with 150 minutes cardiovascular and twice weekly strength training to help maintain weight loss.

If you are a smaller woman or larger man, you may need fewer or more calories, respectively. Talk with a registered dietitian to get your personalized calorie profile.

Diabetes don’t have to control your life…take control, make good choices, and still enjoy all of the fresh, healthy, delicious food that you love.

In fact, here’s your first week’s haute & healthy menu plan, and corresponding grocery list, absolutely free. Download it now, and start enjoying dinner again!

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We make the plan, you make the meal!

– Chef Perry

Perry P. Perkins
Executive Chef/Menu Designer

Click to subscribe to the 2-serving, 4-serving, or 6-serving haute & healthy (diabetic-friendly) menu…just $5.00 a month!

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