In this comprehensive book, top experts in the field of diabetes address prevention, intervention, and treatment of diabetes within the African-American community.
Examines the current epidemic of type 1 and type 2 diabetes and the environmental factors that may be contributing to it, as well as prevention strategies and the potential possible cures.
This practical guide to diabetes provides detailed guidelines on how to regulate blood sugars while preventing or reversing long-term complications, offering coverage of dietary options, new products, medications, and supplements, all based on the latest medical research.
This up-to-date and practical guide advocates simple lifestyle changes that can help women reduce their risk of getting diabetes or, if already diagnosed, prevent the disease's most serious complications.
Describes juvenile diabetes, why it occurs, and how it is diagnosed and treated.
Provides a comprehensive plan for living with diabetes, discussing how to monitor glucose and blood pressure, evaluate and use medication, cope with stress and depression, change eating habits, exercise more, and reduce long-term complications.
This book outlines a range of health-management techniques for patients with diabetes, sharing nutritional information, glucose-monitoring guidelines, and alternative therapies that the author explains may enable patients to self-manage or even reverse their symptoms
The author of The Glycemic Load Diet explains his theory that starch, not sugar, is responsible for diabetes, and presents a scientifically-proven low-starch diet and exercise program to stabilize blood sugar for life.
A revised edition of the guide to diabetes complications offers the latest information on kidney disease, GI problems, critical foot care, dealing with erectile dysfunction, overcoming depression, and other related issues, as well as an examination of the new drugs available, preventative methods, and beneficial treatments.
Introduces 250 recipes for dishes specifically created to keep the carbohydrate, sodium, and fat content as low as possible to promote healthy glucose levels without relying on sugar substitutes or other imitation products.