Your Healthy Eating Diabetes Diet Plan

Millions of Americans suffer from Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes symptoms. If you’re one of them, you know that the food you eat is a critical aspect of diabetes management. In fact, you may be able to reverse your diabetes or even avoid developing it through a healthy diabetes diet plan.

Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Eating meal plans can help you take control of your diabetes. Our full program includes 21 meals per week (7 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 7 dinners). All meals are fresh, healthy, and nutritionally complete…ideal for a diabetes diet. Our program is like having your own personal dietitian and chef, providing you with a sensible way to manage your weight – and your blood sugar levels.

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How Our Meal Plans Help Fight Diabetes

Lowering Your Risk  

The CDC reports that nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes, and another 80 million more adults have pre-diabetes. What’s more, as many as 90 percent of cases of Type 2 diabetes are the result of unhealthy lifestyle choices, such as choosing unhealthy foods and being overweight or obese. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), if you have pre-diabetes, or slightly high blood sugar levels, losing just 7% of your body weight decreases your chances of developing type 2 diabetes by 58%!

Our plans are calorie- and portion-controlled to create a calorie deficit. But don’t worry…they’re also designed to satisfy your appetite! We include just the right amount of dietary fiber and macronutrients like protein to help you feel satisfied throughout your day. Our meals are also low-fat in compliance with experts recommendations for diabetes and lasting weight control.

Preventing Complications  

High blood sugar levels can cause many dangerous health complications, such as heart disease, kidney disease, nerve damage, liver damage, and eye disease. If you have type 2 diabetes, lowering your blood sugar levels through weight loss can help prevent these serious and potentially deadly complications. Weight loss also supports insulin sensitivity (reduces insulin resistance) and can help your diabetes medications work more effectively. Losing weight can also lower high cholesterol and triglycerides, as well as high blood pressure.

  Controlling Blood Sugar  

Excess weight makes it hard for insulin to work properly, leading to both higher insulin needs and trouble controlling blood sugar. The ADA recommends losing weight to promote better blood sugar control. Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Eating meal plans are designed for safe, effective weight loss. Additionally, our meal plans follow national guidelines for healthy diets that are low in saturated and trans fat. Meals that are low in these unhealthy types of fats contribute to lowering chronic inflammation in your body, resulting in reduced insulin resistance and a better chance of controlling or preventing diabetes. Additionally, the lean protein and dietary fiber in our fresh meals help stabilize blood sugar levels and prevent unhealthy blood sugar spikes.

Making It Easier to Achieve Your Healthy Eating Goals

Maintaining a healthy diabetes diet can be a challenge. We understand that you’re busy, and don’t always have the time it takes to plan, shop and prepare meals that are both tasty and good for you. That’s why our meal plans are designed to take care of some of the most common obstacles to healthy eating and successful weight loss for you:

Too Much Time and Effort

Our Solution:
We take the work out of eating healthy by bringing you fully-cooked meals that are both tasty and nutritious. It’s like having your own personal chef! Just heat and eat.

Not Enough Variety

Our Solution:
We offer more than 100 delicious meals at three
different calorie levels. With our 5-week rotating menu, you’ll never get bored from week to week.

Hard To Shop Fresh

Our Solution:
Fresh, wholesome ingredients - including fruits, vegetables and salads - are an essential part of our meal plans. Meals are also freshly prepared, not frozen or freeze-dried.

Ready to start a diabetes diet plan that can help you take charge of your health, manage your weight and control your blood sugar?

If you have medical-related concerns please call one of our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists at
1-800-442-3438 or email them at

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