SUITABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES
As individual blood glucose response to food varies from person to person, it is important that you speak to your diabetes team or an Accredited Practising Dietitian before you decide on the best diet for you. If you’re considering a meal-delivery service, these offer a variety of nutritious meals suitable for people with diabetes.
The extensive menu of global flavours offered are nutritionally balanced and portion-controlled. They are low in fat and have little or no sugar, making the menu suitable for people with diabetes. Endorsed by health professional Dr Joanna McMillan, Dietlicious sources local ingredients – no preservatives, additives or genetically modified foods – and provides gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarian options too. Meals start from $9.90 each. Visit dietlicious.com.au
Tender Loving Cuisine – or TLC – offers a large variety of meals with a home-cooked taste. They are also compliant with the Australian Diabetes Council Nutrient Criteria. The Premium range starts from $92.05 for seven meals. Visit tlc.org.au
Australia’s only dedicated, fully prepared plant-based meal service is passionate about clean living and “eating the rainbow”. Partnering with top chefs, new recipes are developed each week, ensuring they provide healthy and affordable meals. They are 100 per cent GMO-free, plus are full of fibre, minerals and vitamins, making many choices suitable for people with diabetes. Meals start from $9.50. Visit soulara.com.au
This Australian-owned company is serious about supporting people under the NDIS to achieve their individual goals while living a normal, healthy life. Offering dietitian coaching and meal delivery for those registered with NDIS, as well as those who need a hand with prep, plans start from $3 per meal. Visit hit100.com.au