Nutrition plays an integral role in the managing and preventing complications of diabetes. This is because food has a direct impact on blood glucose levels, which are important to keep within an appropriate range for good health.
Following a nutritionally balanced dietary approach and being physically active have a beneficial impact on your blood glucose levels (blood sugar). This is because the food you eat has a direct impact on blood glucose levels, and to achieve and maintain good health, it is important to keep these levels within an appropriate range.
Healthy eating for diabetes does not need to be strict or boring. The food included can be just as delicious as it is nutritious in supporting you to maintain your health. There is no one-size-fits all when it comes to healthy eating for diabetes. This is where working with a dietitian can come into play. Dietitians have the relevant expertise to tailor dietary recommendations to your individual needs.
Our dietitian, Maddy, takes an individualised approach to every client, considering your unique personal circumstances to make healthy eating for diabetes achievable and sustainable.