We’ve created multiple different weekly meal plans to suit all types and tastes. They’re nutritionally balanced, are calorie and carb counted, and can help if you want to lose weight. They also make sure you eat your five a day and have the right amounts of dairy (calcium), wholegrain foods, oily fish (if you eat it) and very little (or no) processed meat. So get cooking and enjoy the food you love, but healthier.
The plans include recipes you can cook from our recipe finder. Find out how to choose the right meal plan for you.
Please note that these meal plans are not suitable for pregnant women or people who want to gain weight.
You can see that there are a lot of options and it can be tricky to know where to start – our food tool can help.
Use the links below to read the meal plans online. All plans are for seven days.
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Following a balanced diet will allow you to manage your blood sugar levels and also help you keep to a healthy weight. Both are important when you have diabetes. To make it that bit easier, answer three quick questions about yourself below and we’ll search out eating advice from our experts that we think will be really useful for you.
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