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Take back your health with your free Diabetes Nutrition Guide.

Trusted by 20,000+ people like you looking to lose weight, gain energy, and improve your quality of life while creating a way of eating that works with you, not against.

Industry leader in science and results-based medical nutrition therapy.

Grab your guide and meal plan to get started today!

Thousands of men and women wanting to manage their diabetes symptoms, have used our vetted guides to provide a flexible framework for creating a healthier lifestyle.

Go beyond the what and why of Diabetes. 

Start with the complimentary guide, and upgrade to receive your 7-Day Meal Plan, Foods to Eat and Avoid Guide, Glycemic Index Foods List and Supplement Tip Sheets.   


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Getting Started Guide

Knowledge leads to confidence to change. The guide will help you understand the what and how, without feeling overwhelmed.

In it, we’ll cover topics such as:

  • What is prediabetes?
  • What is Type 2 diabetes?
  • How to build a diabetic nutrition plan.
  • Lifestyle improvements for diabetes.

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7-Day Meal Plan with 28 Recipes

This isn’t your typical restricted outline of chicken breast and broccoli.

Our recipes are not only full of flavor, but will also leave you feeling satisfied.

Better yet, we've included 28 unique recipes to keep your weekly meals fresh & exciting!


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Foods to Eat & Limit plus our Favorite Snacks List

With our Foods to Eat and Avoid Guide, we’ll help you create a home that supports you and your goals without it feeling like a chore.

This Favorite Snacks list takes the guess work out of the shopping experience to keep you stocked on quick, easy snacks to help stabilize blood sugar. 

Make a change that’s both easy and sustainable.

Once you’re armed with your nutrition guide you’ll be able to cut through the noise and confusion — but don’t just take our word for it.

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"With all the ups and downs in my weight, and different fad diets that I did, I started to believe that I was genetically predisposed to being overweight and needed to accept that.  I thought I could not live without my daily dose “junk food”.  It amazed me that with a properly balanced diet, all of those “cravings” went away.  I will still have the occasional bite or two of ice cream or cake, but they simply don't fill a void for me anymore.
Steven OnPoint Nutrition Client

Before starting: OnPoint is not a medical organization and does not provide medical advice or medical diagnosis. Nothing contained in OnPoint’s program materials or website should be construed as such advice or diagnosis. The information and reports generated by OnPoint should not be interpreted as a substitute for physician consultation, evaluation, care or treatment.