My dad suffers from the early(ish) stages of vascular dementia and full-blown insulin-controlled Type 2 diabetes. He is struggling with high blood sugar readings even with the daily insulin dosage. His GP is working on adjusting it, but I strongly believe much of this is due to his inability to moderate his food intake. I prepare the evening meal, balanced, with mainly meat and veggies, a small side of carbs on occasion, but he prefers to fix his own lunch - he orders a grocery delivery that contains canned soups, bread products, cookies and sweets, with some fruit and veg (often carb-dense). He also orders a lot of take-out food and hides it from us as I had a discussion with him when I started preparing more meals about how the amount of Chinese food and pizza ordered worried me. I want to find a way to help him eat healthfully and prevent bingeing behaviors. Does anyone have any resources or product suggestions I could look at? When I try to research I tend to find the opposite problem being more common for seniors with dementia - an unwillingness to eat, and we are definitely not dealing with that at this point. Any suggestions at this point would be welcome. My husband and I follow a low-carb lifestyle and my dad had showed some interest in it but does not care to stick with it.