Mobile Meals Diabetic Menu
Making healthy food choices is important to us all, but it is even more important if you have diabetes. Good nutrition can help.
Is the diabetic menu right for me?
The Mobile Meals Diabetic Menu is developed by a team of registered diet technicians and cooks, then approved by a licensed dietitian. Our diabetic-appropriate menu is a good option for a person with diabetes because it takes the guesswork out of planning and preparing healthy, well-balanced meals. Talk to your healthcare provider about starting Mobile Meals.
What can I expect?
The food is prepared fresh daily in our own kitchen and delivered to your home Monday through Friday. Your daily delivery can include one or two meals with a choice between two dinner menu options. Weekend meals are also available.
How much does it cost?
Fees are determined on a sliding scale depending on your income. We also accept Passport, CareStar Waiver, Buckeye & Aetna (MyCare Ohio Waiver) and SNAP.
Ask your healthcare provider or dietitian if the Mobile Meals Diabetic Menu is right for you. For more information, call 419-255-7806.
What does a typical diabetic menu look like?
A healthy-eating plan will help you control your blood sugar (glucose), manage your weight and control heart disease risk factors, such as high blood pressure and high blood fats.
Meal planning with diabetes is based on eating three meals a day at regular times. Consistent meals help control blood sugar.
During digestion, sugars (simple carbohydrates) and starches (complex carbohydrates) break down into blood glucose. Consider eating healthy carbohydrates, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and low-fat dairy products, such as milk and yogurt. Try to limit food or drinks with added fats, sugars and sodium.
Dietary fiber includes all parts of plant foods that your body can’t digest or absorb. Fiber promotes healthy digestion and helps control blood sugar levels. Foods high in fiber include vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes, and whole grains.
Foods containing monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats can help lower your cholesterol levels. These include avocados, nuts, olive oil, and peanut oil. But don’t overdo it, as all fats are high in calories.
Foods to Avoid
Food rich in saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol and sodium.