Free diabetic meal menus are available online at Healthline, Mayo Clinic, American Diabetes Association and WebMD, as indicated on the respective websites. Individuals can enter the phrase "Diabetes Meal Plan" into a site's search menu and then choose from the results.
The American Diabetes Association offers meal and menu option themes that include game day, all natural, healthy picnic and vegetarian, according to the website. The website also offers meal tips regarding adjusting meal plans, cooking for children with diabetes, heart-healthy eating, and budget-friendly cooking. Individuals can access all recipes by clicking the Recipes link under the Food & Fitness heading at the top of the home page. The Recipes for Healthy Living page has a recipe search tool on the top right.
Healthline offers meal plans for Type 2 diabetes, diabetes-friendly weight-loss diets, diabetes cookbook reviews and diet tips for prediabetic individuals, as detailed on the website. Mayo Clinic offers lists of foods to eat and avoid as well as tips on creating a meal plan and a sample one-day plan, as the website shows.
The WebMD online diabetes menu plan provides detailed recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack, as listed on the website. Most recipes also include per-serving nutrition information, such as fat, fiber, calories, protein and sodium content.