If you've recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you may be wondering what you can eat. We've talked to dietitians and diabetes educators to put together a healthy eating guide to help you plan diabetes-friendly breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks to help control your blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure—all important in helping to keep you healthy.
Does your dinner plate usually look like this picture? One quarter of your plate should include a palm-size portion of lean protein, another quarter should have a fist-size portion of unrefined grain and one-half of your plate should be filled with a variety of colorful vegetables. Check out other tips to help you eat healthier and manage a healthy weight.- cleveland clinic
Mark Bittmen's TED lecture "What's wrong with what we eat" is really informative. I like to practice being a lot less lazy with my food and cook more and make whole food meals. Actually TED lectures are great in general.