Reverse Diabetes: The Meal Planner

Get intentional about the good stuff you feed your body by using the the Reverse Diabetes Meal Planner to schedule out breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.

That old adage, “If you fail to plan, then plan to fail” may contain at least some truth. Eating healthy takes some thought and prep. And especially if you’re diabetic or pre-diabetic, there are so many factors you need to consider: sugar and fat content, your carb intake, how much fiber you’re getting, and more.

Does all that sound like a lot to think about in your already-busy life? That’s why the Reverse Diabetes Meal Planner, which accompanies the new edition of the Reader’s Digest Reverse Diabetes book, makes it simple. This meal planner is one key to being mindful about what goes into your body.

Think ahead by using this Meal Planner during the Reverse Diabetes 12-Week Challenge. You can plan each week’s meals here, and then head over to the Reverse Diabetes Shopping List to make sure you’re buying everything you need for seven straight days of healthy eats.


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Miranda Manier
Miranda is the Associate Editor for and The Healthy section of Reader's Digest magazine. Previously, Miranda was a producer at WNIT, the PBS affiliate in South Bend, Indiana; and the producer in residence for Minneapolis TV news KARE 11, where she won an Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Award for producing gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial. Miranda also interned at Chicago’s PBS station, WTTW, and worked as the managing editor at the Columbia Chronicle at Columbia College. Outside of work, Miranda enjoys acting, board games, and trying her hand at a good vegan dessert recipe. She also loves talking about TV—so tell her what you’re watching!