This education handout is intended for use with the adult diabetes population.

As a nutrition or diabetes educator, naming snack ideas can start sounding like a broken record.

This worksheet allows the patient to:

  • Engage and consider their likes, dislikes, abilities, access to food and current nutrition knowledge to direct the conversation.
  • Explore their food preferences to develop balanced snacks to promote stable blood sugar.

Use in a group setting, support group, nutrition class or with one-on-one diabetes education and nutrition counseling. The worksheet is non-branded, allowing use in all clinic settings.


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  • Nice

    I like how it is easy to understand and gives examples but also lets you pick and choose combinations as well!

  • Snacks for Diabetes: Paired Food Snack Worksheet

    Colorful, easy to read and easy to understand information on diabetic snacks.

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