I'm not perfect all the time, in fact, my dietitian said my snacking needs to be a little more balance. I wasn't drinking enough milk and was having too much protein.
I now read the nutritional labels on everything. Making sure I'm not over doing it with the carbs and sugar. I also measure out each portions. Tedious, but better than taking drugs or insulin.
Examples here can be lunch or dinner:
For the spring rolls, the rice paper is my carb (about 1 serving here). I made them with chicken strips. The dip is just 2 parts water, 1 part hoisin sauce and 2 part peanut butter. I don't really measure anything, if you want the sauce runny, just add more water.
This is brown rice with pork loin and pea sprouts. The soup is simply, broccoli, carrots, onions, garlic, and seasoning. I sauté all the veggies first, then simmer in vegetable broth. I let it cool for a few mins before I put in the blender. I also had 3/4 cup of blueberry. When choosing fruits, I go with the low glycemic ones.
This is just an example of what I eat. Everyone is different, always consult with your dietitian or nutritionalist to find the best plan for you.
I also walk on the treadmill for at least 10-15 mins after breakfast and dinner at home. When I'm at work, I do brisk walks for about 10-15 as well. I may look crazy walking back and forth in the parking lot. But I gotta do what I gotta do my make sure I'm keeping my baby and I healthy.