Diabetes-Friendly Easy Plate Method Dinners

Use the plate method formula for simple and delicious meal planning to help manage diabetes. Start with a 9-inch-diameter plate, divide your plate into three sections and fill in each section with the appropriate amount of each food group. The plate method lets you eyeball appropriate portions without having to actually pull out a measuring cup or count calories, which makes plating out a balanced, healthy meal simple and easy.

Making the Plate Method Work for You

Follow this formula for plating out a healthy meal, every time.

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Pictured Recipe: Ceviche-Stuffed Avocados

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Pictured Recipe: Simple Grilled Salmon & Vegetables<