The Diabetes Dilemmas: You're Not A Cook Or You're New To A Diabetic Diet: Home Meal Delivery For Those Needing A Diabetes Diet Debuts Today
DES MOINES, Iowa, July 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mom's Meals debuts its new diabetic friendly diet today, providing home delivered meals for those new to a diabetic diet, those challenged by counting carbohydrates, or those simply unable to prepare meals for themselves. Mom's Meals delivers fresh-prepared meals to seniors and those struggling with chronic diseases.
The announcement coincides with the annual meeting of the American Association of Diabetes Educators' (AADE) in Indianapolis, August 1-4.
"We want to provide a resource for those who need to manage what they eat, because of diabetes, other chronic conditions, or even those who are just no longer able to shop or cook for themselves," said Rick Anderson, President of Mom's Meals.
Mom's Meals' new diabetic friendly meals are designed by a chef with a Registered Dietitian, and all contain less than 60 grams of carbohydrates, with carb counts listed on the menu.
"One of the things we hear from those on a diabetes diet is how difficult it is to prepare meals when you're counting carbs," said Dee Sandquist, MS, RD, LD, and Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE). "Mom's Meals new Diabetes Nutrition Program provides a convenient meal solution for diabetes patients who count carbs or struggle to put together a meal to support their nutritional needs."
Customers choose meals from 60 options at $5.99 per meal. With the ability to heat quickly in the microwave, the burden of choosing what to prepare is eliminated. Adding to the convenience, a dedicated customer care team is on call, with a dietitian available to answer program questions.
Mom's Meals, is dedicated to providing fresh-made, nutritious, home meal delivery to customers nationwide, specializing in senior and patient care for over a dozen years. The company prepares, packages, and ships ready-to-heat and eat meals directly to a customer's door, delivered anywhere in the United States. For more information, visit http://momsmeals.com/
Mom's Meals does not claim to treat or cure diabetes, and is not a substitute for medications. Consult with your physician or Registered Dietitian before starting any nutritional program.
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