Meal ser­vices

SUIT­ABLE FOR PEO­PLE WITH TYPE 2 DI­A­BETES

Diabetic Living - - Living -

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.

DIETLICIOUS

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

TLC

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

SOULARA

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

HIT100

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

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