Diabetic exchange charts are available on FNIC.NAL.USDA.gov, DTC.UCSF.edu and About.com. These charts allow diabetics to compare foods with similar carbohydrate counts and choose foods that fit into their desired carbohydrate count limits, states the University of California, San Francisco.
About.com provides a list of foods with low calorie carbohydrate counts that diabetics can add to their diets without counting them against their carbohydrate limits. Eating a controlled amount of carbohydrates each day can help diabetics keep blood sugar levels under control, states About.com
DTC.UCSF.edu also offers sample meal plans for people with goals of 45 or 60 grams of carbohydrate per meal.