The Diabetic Diner makes meals for the diabetic diet

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Nancy Cataford's home based commercial kitchen where she plans and makes meals for diabetics.

Nancy Cataford's home based commercial kitchen where she plans and makes meals for diabetics. — Photo courtesy Nancy Cataford

Nancy Cataford, of Nelson, B.C. makes meals that are friendly for diabetics. 

As Cataford has been a diabetic herself for over 15 years she knows the challenges of making meals that are not only tasty but also meet the nutritional needs of diabetics. 

Cataford has just opened her business, The Diabetic Diner, from a commercial kitchen in her home. The Diner is open weekdays from 9 a.m to 4 p.m.

She cooks daily and freezes meals that are calculated for calories and carbohydrates.  She plans weekly menus and even makes desserts that are appropriate for the diabetic diet.

She provides delivery or pick-up meals.

The meals cost $10 each.

For more information go to The Diabetic Diner facebook page.  

Kimberly Shellborn

Kim is the editorial coordinator at Koocanusa Publications. She recently returned to the Kootenays after 15 years in Spain, where she taught English and got to know the food and wine regions of the country. When she’s not writing or taking photographs, she can be found showing her husband and two children all the backcountry trails that she longed for while in Europe. View all of Kimberly Shellborn’s articles

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