There are many online resources that provide free diabetic menus, such as DiabeticLivingOnline.com, MyFoodMyHealth.com and EatingWell.com. Each site offers varying types of diabetic menus, and some include suggestions for healthy food choices. Healthline and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center also offer diabetic menus and sample meal plans.
It is suggested that diabetic people limit their intake of high-sugar foods to three times or less per week, according to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Some foods, such as table sugar, regular soft drinks, milk shakes and canned fruits in heavy syrup, should be avoided altogether. Eating three meals per day and a snack at night is ideal. It is not wise to skip meals, and each meal should include both carbohydrates and protein.