Hello guys, Since I've been diagnosed with prediabetes (fasting blood sugar level of 6.1), I pay attention to what I eat and what I don't eat. For breakfast I eat mostly cheese with few almonds or some eggs. I only drink water, black coffee and tea (without sugar or honey). Once every three weeks I drink diet cola. Obviously I cut candy, chocolate, chips, cookies, ice cream, bread, rice, pasta, porridge, rice and most fruits out of my diet. I made a routine regarding supper. On Mondays: for supper I eat broccoli or green beans with fish and salad (the salad contains spinachs, lettuces, cucumbers, tomatoes, paprika and coriander). On Tuesdays: for supper I eat baked aubergines with yoghurt. On Wednesdays: for supper I eat shurwa (Afghan soup, it contains beef, olive oil, tomatoes, spinaches, bit of salt and coriander). The original recipe is with carrots, potatoes and chick peas, but I cut those out for obvious reasons. On Thursdays: for supper I eat omelettes (sometimes with coriander) and salad. On Fridays: for supper I eat fish with green beans or broccoli and yoghurt. On Saturdays: for supper I eat baked eggs (sometimes with coriander) and salad. On Sundays: for supper I eat oven baked chicken and salad. Currently I don't have a blood glucose meter, but do you think my routine is healthy from a (pre)diabetic point of view? And I also have 2 other questions. Is there alternative for bread? Can I eat few strawberries once a week?