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         Diabetes & Diet:     more books (106)
  1. Reversing Diabetes Cookbook: More Than 200 Delicious, Healthy Recipes by Julian Whitaker, Peggy Dace, 2004-08-01
  2. There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program by Gabriel Cousens, 2008-01-08
  3. The Diabetes & Heart Healthy Cookbook by American Diabetes Association, 2004-10-21
  4. American Diabetes Association Guide to Healthy Fast Food Eating by Hope Warshaw, 2009-07-16
  5. The Low-Starch Diabetes Solution: Six Steps to Optimal Control of Your Adult-Onset (Type 2) Diabetes by Rob Thompson, Dana Carpender, 2009-10-01
  6. Diabetes Cookbook For Dummies by Alan L. Rubin MD, 2010-01-07
  7. Light and Easy Diabetes Cuisine 2 Ed: Delicious Recipes for a Healthy Lifestyle by Betty Marks, Gerald Bernstein, 2002-02-09
  8. The New Glucose Revolution Shopper's Guide to GI Values 2010: The Authoritative Source of Glycemic Index Values for More Than 1,300 Foods by Dr. Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller M.D. M.D., Kaye Foster-Powell M. Nutr & Diet, et all 2010-03-30
  9. Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution by Richard K. Bernstein, 1997-05
  10. The Peanut Butter Diet by Holly McCord M.A.R.D., 2001-08-13
  11. The Everything Diabetes Book: From Diagnoses and Diet, to Insulin and Exercise, All You Need to Live a Healthy, Active Life (Everything Series) by Paula Ford-Martin, 2004-01
  12. The Diabetes Cure: A Natural Plan that Can Slow, Stop, Even Cure Type 2 Diabetes by Dr. Vern Cherewatenko, Vern S. Cherewatenko, 1999-02-01
  13. The Real-Life Guide to Diabetes: How to Handle Everyday Emergencies--And More by Hope Warshaw, Joy Pape, 2009-03-11
  14. Mr. Food's Diabetic Dinners in a Dash: More Than 150 Fast and Fabulous Guilt-Free Recipes by American Diabetes Association, Art Ginsburg, 2006-02-22

61. Oats, Fiber And Diabetes - Diet & Nutrition
This may help to alleviate many of the longterm risks associated with diabetes,such as heart disease, nerve, kidney and eye damage. diet plays a significant
The primary goal when you are diabetic is to keep your blood glucose level as close to normal as possible. This may help to alleviate many of the long-term risks associated with diabetes, such as heart disease, nerve, kidney and eye damage. Diet plays a significant role in managing your blood glucose level but many newly diagnosed diabetics are unsure of where to begin. According to the American Diabetes Association , a good nutrition guide to use is the Diabetes Food Pyramid, which divides the food groups into six sections. Whole grains, beans, legumes and other high fiber foods are the largest group. This group comprises the bottom of the pyramid. These are the foods you should strive to eat more every day. The smallest group, consisting of fats, sweets, and alcohol, is at the top. These are the foods that should be consumed less often, and in smaller portion sizes.

62. American Diabetic Association
FAQ on the diabetic diet, a nutritional quiz and game, recipe of the day, and an interview with Hope Warsaw.

63. Oats, Fiber And Diabetes - FAQs
and what to do when they are low. Good diabetes control, includingan appropriate diet, is the best way to prevent hypoglycemia.
Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone, produced by the pancreas, that is needed to convert food, such as sugar, starches and other food components, into energy needed for daily life. When insulin does not work properly, blood glucose levels rise. Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of the disease, affecting 90-95% of those with diabetes. In type 2 diabetes, the body does not create enough insulin or cells are resistant to the action of the insulin the body does make. Diet and exercise are an important part of treating type 2 diabetes, and with the advice of a health care provider, medications may also be needed for blood glucose control. Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, but can be diagnosed through the early adult years. Only 5-10% of people with diabetes have type 1 diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the body does not produce insulin. People with type 1 diabetes require insulin shots.

64. [Diabetes] Exercise & Foot Care
News, website reviews, and specific information relating to the management of diabetic complications with foot care and exercise (along with diet +/ medications).
d i a b e t e s : e x e r c i s e a n d f o o t c a r e Management of diabetes, including exercise and foot care... About A monthly diabetes clinic is conducted at the Physiotherapy Department at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital, primarily to assess for risk factors and educate on solutions. We perform footcare assessments of patients' sensation, circulation, footwear and current footcare regime. We also educate about the importance of exercise when they have diabetes. The comprehensive management of diabetes must consider the role of diet +/- medication (as discussed on ), but unfortunately, exercise is often neglected from the management plan, in spite of being such an essential component. In addition, the prevention of foot problems is often neglected as well.
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Rick Mendosa's Diabetes Directory
... Exercise Friday, April 04, 2003
New guidelines emphasize blood pressure control in managing diabetes
Because hypertension, a common problem in patients with type 2 diabetes, is associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, aggressive treatment should be a priority, according to guidelines to be released Tuesday by the American College of Physicians (ACP). Specifically, clinicians treating such patients should aim for blood pressures no greater than 135/80 mm Hg, the guidelines indicate. Achieving this target "provides dramatic benefits," "Aggressive blood pressure control may be the most important factor in preventing adverse outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes," Dr. Vijan and Dr. Hayward conclude.

65. TType 1 Diabetes In Children: Challenges And Pitfalls
Discusses child health and childhood diabetes, the parenting problemsassociated with diabetes in children, and the diabetic diet.
What’s in this site? : What to look for if you suspect diabetes.
: How does the doctor know if you have diabetes?
: Testing your blood and control blood sugar levels.
Children : Keeping diabetic kids healthy is quite a challenge.
Preventing Complications
: All about hypoglycemia, eyes, feet and skin.
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Type 1 Diabetes in Children: Challenges and Pitfalls
Dealing with childhood diabetes is a stressful, full-time job for both parents and diabetic children. Parents, especially of young diabetic children, have to juggle their child's diabetic diet, insulin shots and sugar charts with work, school, sleepovers and vacations. Children have to deal with what they perceive as unfair restrictions ("How come he gets to eat all that ice cream and I don't?"), overprotective family members, guilt and resentment. It's not uncommon for a child to believe that their diabetes is actually some form of punishment.
No child wants to be seen as a diabetic first, and a person second. Your child's health care and diabetes control have to be tempered with patience, awareness of your child's feelings, and often a fair bit of humor. Here are a few suggestions for meeting the challenges of childhood diabetes:

66. Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis And Management
usually possible through careful diet and exercise, in some cases, supported withmedications. Obesity drugs are acknowledged parts of diabetes prevention in
Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Management Type 1 or Type 2?
What is diabetes? Simply put, the condition is the inability to process blood sugar. The human pancreas produces insulin, a hormone essential for the proper regulation and use of blood sugar. If the body cannot produce enough insulin, or produces insulin that does not function effectively, then diabetes is the result.
The disease is generally classified into one of two main groups. Type 1 Diabetes occurs when the body doesn't produce insulin at all. Insulin injections are usually necessary with type 1. This site discusses Type 2
What is Type 2?
Type 2, also called adult onset diabetes, occurs when the body still produces insulin, but either produces insufficient amounts or the insulin that is produced does not function properly. Type 2 is by far the most common form of the condition, affecting 90% of those with the disease.
The adult onset variant of the disease usually does not require injections, as control is usually possible through careful diet and exercise, in some cases, supported with medications.
Obesity drugs are acknowledged parts of diabetes prevention in Canada, Australia, and Europe, but recognition is slower coming in the U.S. A recent four-year study, sponsored by Roche, found that the fat-blocking anti-obesity drug

67. Welcome To Chichester Diabetes Centre
Information on the Centre, plus info on diabetes types 1 and 2, diet, foot care, seasonal information, news and sponsors.
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68. Diabetes Self-Management
Information about diet, exercise, treatment, outlook and future.
This Week's Feature: The ABC's of Herbal Supplements by Belinda O'Connell, M.S., R.D., L.D. Got the sniffles? Take some echinacea. Feeling down? How about some St. John's wort? Anxious and can't sleep? Have you tried melatonin or valerian? These days, it seems as if everyone is using botanical therapies for whatever ails them, whether it's a common cold or something more serious. Use of herbal supplements has grown dramatically over the past few years: Recent surveys show that between 30% and 50% of adults in the United States use herbal supplements, at a cost of billions of dollars each year. Click Here to Continue...
Diabetes Self-Management helps explain the unfamiliar and often confusing terminology of Diabetes...
Foot Ulcer: A break in the skin of the foot caused by infection or injury. Full Definition Our recipes can help you plan a smart diet with variety and nutritional value.
Microwave pineapple chutney: A chutney is a condiment that complements the main dish with a piquant blend of sweet and sour. Some take hours to prepare, but this recipe is quick to make. It also boasts minimal fat and sodium. Complete Recipe
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69. ACPM - American College Of Preventive Medicine
Americans now at high risk for type 2 diabetes—by far the most prevalent type—cansharply reduce their chances of getting the disease with diet and exercise

ACPM Headlines August 31, 2001 ACPM HEADLINES, the electronic newsletter for members of the American College of Preventive Medicine, highlights recent happenings at the College, developments in preventive medicine, and ACPM member activities. We encourage your feedback on the newsletter. If you have comments or items you would like to include in the newsletter, please e-mail Mike Barry at In this issue:
  • Latest ACPM environmental health module available on-line Preventing diabetes through diet and exercise Health tracking could save lives, dollars
  • 70. 11 Tips For Diabetes Type II Prevention - Diabetes And Diet, Nutrition, Foods &
    In this article, we present information for the care and treatment of TypeII diabetes via changes in diet, lifestyle, exercise, and habits.
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    Controlling Diabetes Naturally with Chinese Medicine
    by Lynn Kuchinski
    Chinese medicine has many effective therapies for combating this potentially life-threatening disease. These include Chinese dietary therapy, acupucnture, moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese self-massage, and a host of other simple, low or no-cost therapies which have been time-testd in Asia over 2,000 years. If you or anyone you know suffers from either hypoglycemia or diabetes, you need the information in Controlling Diabetes Naturally with Chinese Medicine
    11 Tips for Preventing Diabetes
    by Lynn Kuchinski
    The incidence of diabetes in the United States has risen to staggering heights. You can cut your risk of diabetes with a few simple life-style changes. Try adding one of these per week or every other week. You will be surprised by your improvement!
  • Eliminate processed foods from your diet, especially white sugar and white flour products. These products dramatically stimulate the production of insulin in the body and over time will promote the vicious cycle of high and low blood sugar levels.
  • 71. Diabetes Type II 2 Mellitus Diet And Lifestyle - Symptoms, Weight Loss, And Nutr
    In this article, we present information for the care and treatment of TypeII diabetes via changes in diet, meal planning, sugar reduction, etc.
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    Controlling Diabetes Naturally with Chinese Medicine
    by Lynn Kuchinski
    Chinese medicine has many effective therapies for combating this potentially life-threatening disease. These include Chinese dietary therapy, acupucnture, moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese self-massage, and a host of other simple, low or no-cost therapies which have been time-testd in Asia over 2,000 years. If you or anyone you know suffers from either hypoglycemia or diabetes, you need the information in

    72. Health Monitor
    A series of newsletters designed to keep you up to date on numerous medical conditions.Category Health Publications Newsletters...... DANCING AS FAST AS YOU CAN? Well, you may need to dance faster to prevent type2 diabetes! Full Article. Digestion diet Center. What’s that about?

    73. WebMD - Childhood Diabetes: Is Diet A Major Culprit?
    suggests. Childhood diabetes Is diet a Major Culprit? By Laurie BarclayWebMD Medical News, Reviewed By Merle Diamond, MD.
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    Health Mall Sponsored: Lose Lbs Naturally Heart Failure? Trouble Focusing? Childhood Diabetes: Is Diet a Major Culprit? By Laurie Barclay WebMD Medical News Reviewed By Merle Diamond, MD Email to a friend Printer-friendly version June 30, 2000 Eating more meat and dairy products has been linked to a higher rate of type 1 diabetes (also known as juvenile diabetes), and having a diet heavy in plant products especially cereals was tied to less type 1 diabetes, a recent study suggests. So does this mean that serving oatmeal instead of bacon cheeseburgers will prevent your child from getting diabetes? No, it's not that simple, experts say. Type 1 diabetes, beginning in childhood and requiring insulin for treatment, probably arises from the complex interaction of environmental influences and heredity. And the role of dietary habits may begin in infancy and even during pregnancy. However, "it is very encouraging that there appears to be a relationship between diet and diabetes, because these may be modifiable risk factors," says Robert P. Trevino, MD, who reviewed the study for WebMD. In his research as director of the Social and Health Research Center in San Antonio, he has found that nutrition and exercise may also play some role in development of type 2 diabetes, which is different from type 1 and may not require insulin treatment.

    74. Diabetes Mellitus
    diabetes Mellitus / diet therapy. Glycemic Index, Written by Rick Mendosa,medical writer, this article introduces the Glycemic Index
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    Related topics: broader Endocrine Diseases Metabolic Diseases other Acid-Base Imbalance Amyloidosis Brain Diseases, Metabolic Breast Diseases ... Thyroid Diseases narrower Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus, Non-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes, Gestational Diabetic Neuropathies ...
    AACE guidelines for the management of diabetes mellitis
    Extensive guidelines on the management of diabetes mellitus from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and the American College of Endocrinology. The guidelines represent a systematic multidisciplinary approach to help clinical endocrinologists or other physicians provide intensive therapy for patients with diabetes mellitus in an effort to achieve normal or near normal blood glucose levels. The document is divided into three phases, patient assessment, follow-up and ongoing patient management and education. Section titles include Initial Assessment, Patient History, Physical Examination, Laboratory Evaluation, Patient Knowledgebase and Motivation, Diabetes Self-Management System, Patient/Physician Contract, Self- Management Skills, Assessment of Complications, Retinal Module and Cardiac/Peripheral Vascular Module. The guideline is in PDF which requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Revised in January 2002. Diabetes Mellitus Practice Guideline [Publication Type] Age page : dealing with diabetes This patient-focused publication provides information about diabetes in the elderly. The types of diabetes are explained, as well as the symptoms, detection, treatment, and self-help. Additional information sources are listed. Published by the National Institute on Aging, part of the US National Institutes of Health.

    75. Diabetes: Diet&Exercise
    diabetes diet Exercise. If the references above were not enough for you, thentry checking out these other links on diabetes, diet, and exercise. Enjoy!
    updated 4/22/98
    The Diabetes Forum Logo depicts the dragon
    of this disease we must battle each day,
    and includes the forum motto:
    "Educate" - make yourself aware of what research
    and treatments are available,
    "Motivate" - chronic diseases often produce denial
    and depression, keep on fighting your disease every day, and
    "Activate" - we are a worldwide community of
    mostly invisible members, this disease kills slowly,
    and often through its complications, making others
    believe that it isn't really serious; we must join together to make others aware of this disease, which in the US affects one in twenty. Join the Gray Ribbon campaign to spread awareness of diabetes and to press for a cure. The Gray Ribbon campaign was kicked off in December of 1996. Check out these sites for more information on how the Gray Ribbon Campaign got started, how to make your own gray ribbons, and the answer to the question "Why Gray?" Arlene Shapiro's Diabetes Miscellany page Curtise McKenzie's old page and new page Diabetes Cure Now!

    76. WebMD - (Sponsored)
    Health Wellness. Women, Men, Lifestyle Parenting Pregnancy diet NutritionFamily Genetics. Who We Are. The Facts About diabetes, Type 2 diabetes.
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    77. Diabetes Planner - Diabetes Menus Grocery Lists Diabetes Recipes & Nutrition Fac
    An individual must sign up for a membership on this site to utilize the benefits they offer.Category Health Conditions and Diseases diabetes Nutrition...... Editor's Choice Christine Carlson, MS, RD, BCADM, CDE Chief EditorControl diabetes with diet! more diet makes a difference
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    What’s so great about fiber?
    Fiber is a type of carbohydrate found in fruits, vegetables, and grains. Why is fiber such a big deal? Not only do fibrous foods contain many vitamins and minerals, fiber also packs health benefits including: Yesterday's Article: Article
    Medications for Diabetes... how do they work?
    Type 2 Diabetes is characterized by an inability to produce adequate insulin. Insulin moves sugar from the blood into the cell. Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes includes a healthy food plan, exercise, weight loss, and oral medications or insulin. What's the difference between oral medications and insulin? Editor's Choice: Christine Carlson, MS, RD, BC-ADM, CDE Chief Editor
    Food Tips to Control Blood Sugar
    Consider these tips when choosing foods to control blood sugar! Controlling blood sugars can delay or prevent diabetes complications. Home Diabetes Menus Diabetes Educators Sign-up ... Newsletter Presented by Nutrition Click Inc.

    78. Diet And Exercise Dramatically Delay Type 2 Diabetes
    In a study of more than 3000 people at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes,modifying diet and increasing exercise was found effective in delaying onset

    79. Voice Of The Diabetic
    It is the usual diabetes answer diet and Exercise. One generation playedoutdoor games, another shuttles between television and the computer.
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    About 16 million Americans have diabetes, and approximately 90% of them have type 2, non insulin dependent diabetes (NIDDM). People with type 2 diabetes have insulin resistance, the inability to fully utilize their body's insulin to properly process blood glucose. Obesity and insulin resistance are closely linked the more excess weight, the greater the insulin resistance, and the harder it is to keep your blood sugars in the normal range. If you have type 2 diabetes, weight reduction is an urgent concern.
    Current statistics tell us a majority of Americans (~55%, per the National Institutes of Health) are overweight or outright obese, and that more than 1/3 of America's children are overweight, some seriously. Many studies report a great increase in NIDDM among younger people, and link this to the observed 50% increase in childhood obesity in the last two decades.
    Why are so many more children overweight? It is the usual diabetes answer: Diet and Exercise. One generation played outdoor games, another shuttles between television and the computer. One was never without a football, baseball, tennis racket, maybe a hockey stick... And the other, to echo a recent Canadian report, "has never been without a remote control in its hand." People don't move as much as they used to. One report states the average American child spends 24 hours a week watching television; "Time that could be spent in physical activity," according to the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

    80. Diabetes Prevention: The Test
    Here is where it may truly be possible to prevent diabetes. (For more about a diabetespreventiondiet, see the article below). diabetes Prevention The diet.

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    Diabetes Prevention: The Test
    Diabetes is about to become a concern for millions of middle-aged Americans who never gave it much thought before. The American Diabetes Association, backed by federal health authorities, recently called for routine screening of all Americans starting at age 45, using a simple, inexpensive test, in order to detect more cases of Type 2 diabetes earlier. This form of diabetes, previously called non-insulin dependent or adult-onset diabetes, accounts for 90 to 95% of cases of diabetes. Until now, the disease has generally been diagnosed when people develop symptoms, such as unusual thirst or frequent urination, or when people at high risk for the disease (such as those with a family history of it) are tested for it. Now blood sugar testing may become as routine as blood pressure screening.
    Diabetes is a breakdown in the body's ability to utilize glucose (blood sugar) efficiently. Glucose, the main sugar into which foods are digested, can be used by our cells only in the presence of the hormone insulin. With Type 2 diabetes, the cells become resistant to the effects of insulin, and thus blood levels of glucose rise. (With Type 1, which is usually diagnosed in young people, the body virtually stops producing insulin.) The incidence of Type 2 diabetes is on the rise, largely because the U.S. population is aging and getting heavier.

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