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I am diabetic and overweight by at least 100 pounds. I have tried many different diets, with no success. I was wondering about the popular diet programs where you purchase their foods. After researching them, I came up with the idea of buying "diet" frozen meals at my local grocery store and then adding more fruits and vegetables. This is a cheaper way to go. I would be on a daily diet of 1,200 to 1,500 calories. What is your opinion on prepackaged frozen meal plans?
— Anne, Michigan
Prepackaged low-calorie frozen meals are a good way to go, as long as you count all the calories in these meals as well as the rest of the food and beverages you eat. A diet consisting of 1,200 to 1,500 calories per day represents the traditional low-calorie plan for a female who exercises moderately (walks 30 minutes per day).
Prepackaged meals can provide the structure you need to stick to a weight-loss program. Another good diet plan for a diabetic is a lower-carbohydrate plan, such as the .
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