From your list of meals, here's how I would tackle each day, if I couldn' do anything else: Sunday - roast dinner with veg - fine - no spuds or yourkies Monday - breaded chicken (Kiev, nuggets, or escalope) veg left over or baked beans and roast potatoes chopped and fried. Remove the breaded coating on the kievs, have leftover veg and swerve the potatoes Tuesday - sausage chips/mash baked beans or peas. Sausage, with peas, and no potato is the better option Wednesday - shepherds pie (carrots inside) and mash or spaghetti bolognese. Shepherds pie - leave the roof to one side Thursday - grilled gammon, fried eggs, baked beans and chips or breaded chicken wraps Gammon and fried egg - yummy. Maybe they'd do an extra egg? Friday - fish or fish fingers peas or beans and chips Remove the crumbs or batter from the fish. Peas. Saturday - burger or hot dog and chips Bunless burger (what it says on the tin) Where your dinner looks lonely on the plate, you could use bagged salad to augment and add colour, maybe with some coleslaw. There's something every day. By eating as I guggest and swerving what I'd call the big carbs (portions of chips, potatoes, pasta and so on), you're already making headway, and as you become more experienced you'll find more swaps that don't cost an arm and a leg. Diabetes.co.uk does have a Low Carb Programme, which is available, by prescription, via your GP. It doesn't have a specific meal plan, but does do lots of suggestions and recipes. It is al so a structured educational programme, aimed at empowering people, living with T2, prediabetes or obesity. You could ask your GP about that? The website is here: https://www.lowcarbprogram.com/ , and in the NHS App Library: https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/low-carb-program/ Good luck with it all.