The dollars can add up when feeding the family for a month, but healthy meals don’t have to break the bank! Eating at home is almost always cheaper per meal than eating out, even at fast food restaurants. With some smart shopping and planning, the savings can be significant. Plus, you can plan for any type of eating pattern—keto, low-carb, Mediterranean, vegetarian—while saving money and preparing healthy, diabetes-friendly, and delicious meals.
Watch the recording of the American Diabetes Association® live cooking class series where we show you step-by-step how to make healthy, tasty meals that are perfect for people with diabetes. Check out how to make the cider braised chicken recipe.
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