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         Diabetes & Diet:     more books (100)
  1. Prevention's Diabetes Diet Cookbook (Discover the new Fiber-Full eating plan for Weight Loss) by MS, RD Editors of Prevention Magazine with Ann Fittante, 2007
  2. The Diabetes Diet: Dr. Bernstein's Low-Carbohydrate Solution by Richard K. Bernstein, 2005-01-03
  3. 101 Weight Loss Tips for Preventing and ControllingDiabetes by American Diabetes Association, 2002-05-16
  4. Dr. Buynak's 1-2-3 Diabetes Diabetes Diet by American Diabetes Association, Greg Guthrie, et all 2006-03-28
  5. The Official Pocket Guide to Diabetic Exchanges by American Diabetes Association, 2003-04-14
  6. The Type II Diabetes Diet Book by Calvin Ezrin, Robert E. Kowalski, 1999-08-01
  7. The 30-Day Diabetes Miracle Cookbook: Stop Diabetes with an Easy-to-Follow Plant-Based, Carb-Counting Diet by Bonnie House, Ph.D., L.D.N., Diana Fleming, et all 2008-05-06
  8. Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution: The Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars by Richard K. Bernstein, 2007-03-22
  9. The 30-Day Diabetes Miracle: Lifestyle Center of America's Complete Program to Stop Diabetes, Restore Health,and Build Natural Vitality by Franklin House, Stuart Seale, et all 2008-01-02
  10. The Diabetes & Heart Healthy Cookbook by American Diabetes Association, 2004-10-21
  11. Diabetes Fit Food by Ellen Haas, 2007-03-27
  12. The First Year: Type 2 Diabetes: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed (First Year, The) by Gretchen Becker, 2006-12-06
  13. The New Glucose Revolution for Diabetes: The Definitive Guide to Managing Diabetes and Prediabetes Using the Glycemic Index (Marlowe Diabetes Library) by Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller, Kaye Foster-Powell, et all 2007-05-10
  14. The pH Miracle for Diabetes : The Revolutionary Diet Plan for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetics by Robert O. Young, Shelley Redford Young, 2004-07-29

1. Diabetes And Diet: Nutritional Information
diabetes and diet You ve recently been diagnosed with diabetes and enough of what the doctor said has sunk in that you realize you need to closely evaluate
Community Latest News Diabetes and Diet
You've recently been diagnosed with diabetes and enough of what the doctor said has sunk in that you realize you need to closely evaluate your diet. Although there was probably a lot of "don't eat this" and "be sure to watch out for that," hopefully there was also some encouragement, because a diagnosis of diabetes is not a sentence to a future of tasteless, bland cuisine.
How Does Diabetes Affect Diet?
Normally, the body produces a hormone called insulin. With diabetes, the ability to make or utilize insulin is impaired. Without insulin, the body can't properly use glucose, the simple sugar the body produces from the food we eat. Insulin is the key that unlocks cells and lets the glucose enter, thus providing energy for critical cell metabolism.
The regulation of blood sugar in the non-diabetic is automatic, adjusting to whatever foods are eaten. For the diabetic, however, extra care must be taken to balance food intake (and the resultant impact on blood sugar levels ) with insulin injections, exercise and any other glucose altering activity.
Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes?

2. Diabetes Diet
diabetes diet. The proper diet is critical to diabetes treatment. It can help someone with diabetes Achieve and maintain desirable weight. Many people with diabetes can control their blood glucose
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Diabetes Diet
The proper diet is critical to diabetes treatment. It can help someone with diabetes:
  • Achieve and maintain desirable weight. Many people with diabetes can control their blood glucose by losing weight and keeping it off. Maintain normal blood glucose levels. Prevent heart and blood vessel diseases, conditions that tend to occur in people with diabetes.
A doctor will usually prescribe diet as part of diabetes treatment. A dietitian or nutritionist can recommend a diet that is healthy, but also interesting and easy to follow. No one has to be limited to a preprinted, standard diet. Someone with diabetes can get assistance in the following ways:
  • A doctor can recommend a local nutritionist or dietitian. The local American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, and American Dietetic Association can provide names of qualified dietitians or nutritionists and information about diet planning. Local diabetes centers at large medical clinics, hospitals, or medical universities usually have dietitians and nutritionists on staff.

3. Diabetes Diet And Diabetic Diet: Diet Strategies For Women With Diabetes
Information from the Joslin diabetes Center on weight loss for diabetic women.
Diabetes Diet Strategies for Women with Diabetes:
Why Some Work and Why Some Don't
The "Weight Watchers" generation
The baby boomer generation is the first generation to be raised by mothers who were highly weight conscious, Chalmers believes. "Baby boomers have been called the children of the Weight Watchers generation ," says Chalmers. "As a result, we have more of a Diabetes dieter's mentality. "When I asked the group at the seminar 'How many people have ever been on a Diabetes diet?' every hand went up. 'Five diets?' Still every hand went up. About half the people in the seminar had been on 10 Diabetes diets or more. I had a woman in my office recently who had spent over $10,000 on Diabetes diets in the past seven years, and she's now the heaviest she's ever been in her life."
High sugars equal weight loss
But how do so many women come to believe that insulin is a root cause of their weight loss battle? Others who are using intensive insulin therapy may find they are gaining weight simply because they are over-treating low blood sugar reactions with too many calories, she says. Some of the women on intensive therapy noted that the results of the DCCT showed that people on intensive therapy are prone to modest weight gain. "So they ask me, "How do you expect me to lose weight when I'm on intensive insulin therapy? Doesn't insulin prompt you to cause your body to store weight as fat?' But that isn't what's happening at all. It's these other metabolic processes that are causing the weight loss, and the weight gain."

4. Diabetics Diet
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5. Diabetes Diet
diabetes diet. December 2001. WHAT IS diabetes? There is no longer a single diabetes diet that will suit everyone
Diabetes Diet
December 2001
The two major forms of diabetes are type 1 (previously called insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) or juvenile-onset diabetes) and type 2 (previously called noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) or maturity-onset diabetes). [For more details, see the Well Connected Report #9, Diabetes Type 1 and Report #60, Diabetes Type 2
Both diabetes type 1 and type 2 share one central feature: elevated blood sugar ( glucose ) levels due to absolute or relative insufficiencies of insulin , a hormone produced by the pancreas. Insulin is a key regulator of the body's metabolism. It normally works in the following way:
  • During and immediately after a meal the process of digestion breaks carbohydrates down into sugar molecules (of which glucose is one) and proteins into amino acids.
  • Right after the meal, glucose and amino acids are absorbed directly into the bloodstream, and blood glucose levels rise sharply. (Glucose levels after a meal are called postprandial levels.)

6. Diabetes: Diet&Exercise
Covers diet and exercise for diabetics, links to the Compuserve diabetes forum and other resources, required calories, meal planning updated 4/22/98. diabetes diet Exercise. The diabetes Forum Logo depicts the dragon not enough for you, then try checking out these other links on diabetes, diet, and exercise
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!

7. Diabetes And A Vegetarian Diet -- The Vegetarian Resource Group
Vegetarian Journal is the practical magazine for those interested in Vegetarian Health, Ecology, and Ethics. The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating

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Diabetes and a Vegetarian Diet
Our information is currently being update. If you are looking for information regarding vegetarianism and diabeties, there is an article in the Winter 1999 issue of Vegetarian Dietetics, “Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Managed Effectively with a Vegetarian Diet,” which states, “Consumption of a low fat, plant-based diet, coupled with regular exercise, can possibly reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A plant-based diet, rich in legumes and slowly digested grains, may improve glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity and facilitate the successful management of type 2 diabetes.” The Vegetarian Way , by Virginia Messina, MPH, RD and Mark Messina, PhD, has an excellent section on diabetes and a vegetarian diet. It can be ordered on the VRG website For general information on diabetes, see
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8. Information About Diabetes - What Is Diabetes?
Information on diabetes, diabetic medication and diet
What is Diabetes
Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects over 150 million people in the world today.
The precentage of people suffering from diabetes is increasing rapidly, to the point where many medical authorities are referring to it as an epidemic. So what is diabetes? Diabetes prevents your body from turning your food into energy. Instead glucose stays in your bloodstream, and left untreated can result in a range of complications.
If you have recently been diagnosed as diabetic, don't worry. With proper treatment and care, you will lead a normal and happy life. You may need to make a few changes in your lifestyle - but then, if you are like me, you probably had plans to do that anyway and just never got round to it. Now is the time to kick yourself into action. You cannot leave this up to your doctor alone - it needs you to take responsibility for your own treatment, and that starts with understanding what you are dealing with. There are three types of Diabetes:
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Information for diabetics and their families on symptoms, medicines, insulin and other treatments, diet and exercise and the latest research.
Home - DiabetesHome What is diabetes? Glucose Insulin ... Sitemap
Welcome to the DiabetesHome site. DiabetesHome was created by a physician to provide diabetics and their families with useful information about the disease and its treatment. As you browse the menu on the left, you'll find an explanation of the different types of diabetes, the symptoms and complications they cause, and their treatments including insulin, pills, diet and exercise. You'll also find information on the latest medical research, answers to some frequently asked questions, and links to other informative sites. If you experience any problems with this site or wish to comment on it, please email the webmaster at Sitemap

11. Diabetes, Hypoglycemia Glycemic Index Dietary Center. Tools For Diabetic And Low
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12. What I Need To Know About Eating And Diabetes
Try having sugarfree popsicles, diet soda, fat-free ice cream or frozen yogurt, or Talk with your diabetes teacher about how to fit sweets into your meal plan
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What I need to know about Eating and Diabetes
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How Food Affects Your Blood Glucose
Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, what, when, and how much you eat all affect your blood glucose. Blood glucose is the main sugar found in the blood and the body's main source of energy. If you have diabetes (or impaired glucose tolerance), your blood glucose can go too high if you eat too much. If your blood glucose goes too high, you can get sick. Your blood glucose can also go too high or drop too low if you don't take the right amount of diabetes medicine. If your blood glucose stays high too much of the time, you can get heart, eye, foot, kidney, and other problems. You can also have problems if your blood glucose gets too low (hypoglycemia). Keeping your blood glucose at a healthy level will prevent or slow down diabetes problems. Ask your doctor or diabetes teacher what a healthy blood glucose level is for you.

13. Recipes
A selection of recipes, all presented in PDF format for easy printing. Includes other diet and menu links.
MELT IN YOUR MOUTH MEALS! Recipes listed below are available for download in Portable Document Format (PDF). PDF files easily print a duplicate of the original publication using any printer. To read and print a PDF publication, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your PC. Adobe Systems, Inc. permits organizations to offer this software to the public FREE. You can download the Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking on the green Acrobat Reader button below. After you download the Adobe Acrobat Reader, come back to this page and download any newsletter issue.
Hot Spiced Cider, Mini Pizzas, Strawberry Holiday Bread, Parmesan Popcorn and Cheesy Artichokes
Chicken Tostadas, Southwestern Black Beans, Pineapple Stuffed Acorn Squash and Kamp for Kids S'mores If you would like to submit a recipe, please mail to
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or email
Please include carbohydrate count and exchange, if possible.
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Please come back and visit soon. Email us your diabetes friendly recipes along with carbohydrate content and/or diabetic exchanges.
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14. Diabetes Diet
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15. Diabetes Dateline . Diet And Exercise Delay Diabetes And Normalize Blood Glucose
diet and Exercise Delay diabetes and Normalize Blood Glucose. Other studies have shown that diet and exercise delay type 2 diabetes in atrisk people.
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Diet and Exercise Delay Diabetes and Normalize Blood Glucose
Millions of overweight Americans at high risk for type 2 diabetes can delay and possibly prevent the disease with moderate diet and exercise, a major clinical trial has found. The same study found that the oral diabetes drug metformin (Glucophage) also reduces type 2 diabetes risk, although not as effectively as lifestyle changes. Researchers announced results of the trial, called the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), last August after ending the study a year early. The study results are reported in the February 7 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine "This research conveys a powerful message of hope to individuals at risk for type 2 diabetes, a painful, life-threatening disease that has been increasing in this country along with obesity," said HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson. "By adopting a moderate, consistent diet and exercise program, many people with one or more of the risk factors for type 2 diabetes can stop the disease before it becomes irreversible." The DPP compared three approacheslifestyle modification, treatment with metformin, and standard medical advicein 3,234 overweight people with impaired glucose tolerance (IGT), a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not yet diabetic. About 20 million people in the United States have IGT, which raises the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Once a person has type 2 diabetes, the risk of heart and blood vessel disease is even greatertwo to four times that of people without diabetes.

16. Diet Detective
Contains several nutrition related links including information about diabetes, cardiac, sports nutrition, recipes, and diet supplementation.
Cardiac News Diabetes Update Supplementation Recipes ... Coming Soon.. Now Featured in the Diet Detective Pages .......................................... Cardiac News.......Cholesterol: Bad for the Brain? Diabetes Update...The ABC's of Diabetes.....Management Tips Supplementation....Fat Burners May Cost You Your Life....Vitamin A Toxicity.. Recipes....... ... UNDER CONSTRUCTION: COMING SOON...KID'S NUTRITION PAGE Clueless about nutrition? Let the Diet Detective solve the mystery. The Diet Detective Is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Educator with 15 Years of Clinical and Wellness experience, currently practicing in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Diabetes Self-Management and Consulting. This is a non-profit web site. All information from the diet detective are based on current trends and research and are not simply opinion from the author. This site does not replace regular visits to your physician or medical clinic. Discuss all medical situations, great or small, with your physician or health care practitioner, especially if you have a chronic disease issue. For a dietitian in your area, contact your local hospital or health department, or go to

17. Diabetes And Diet Software And Software For Downloading Blood Sugar Meters.
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has a 14 day trial. It allows you to track 30 different vitamins and minerals, and has a database of 21,000 foods. The Dr's Pocket Guide offers free 14 day trials
Animas ezManager Plus
communicates with Animas insulin pumps, but is a great program for recording BGs, carbs, and activity independant of a pump. Has 3,000 common foods and calculates meal doses with your own insulin-to-carb ratio. Price: $129 at their store or $119 at our store Elardo Diabetes Profiler provides one of the better mobile tracking solutions for keeping records with a Palm device. Price: $19.95. Novo Nordisk's Personal Diary for the Palm. (This software is NOT supported in the US) Price: Free.

18. Your Dietitian - Lorraine Love, RD
Nondiet approach to helping people with obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Telephone or in-person consultations in Concord, MA.

19. Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution. A Complete Guide To Achieving
a low carbohydrate diet and exercise is the focus of Dr. Bernstein's Revised and Updated diabetes Solution, a Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, Dr. Bernstein, a renowned and

20. Diabetes In Children And Teens
A comprehensive guide covering various juvenile diabetes issues. Also offers interactive glucose and diet tracking features.
Key Word Search Diabetes Basics Glucose Control Diabetes Treatments Special Issues ... For Physicians Resources Medications Find a Diabetes Expert Diabetes Resource Locator Diabetic Cookbook ... Type 2 Diabetes Children and Teens with Diabetes Raising children is challenging under the best of circumstances. When a child has a chronic disease such as diabetes, the challenges become even greater. Fortunately today, advances in treatment and monitoring of blood glucose levels have made diabetes far less difficult to deal with than it used to be. Still, it is a serious condition with potentially critical complications and requires lifelong monitoring and treatment. On this site we offer information for parents and other caregivers as well as teachers, coaches, and others who will interact with children and teenagers who have diabetes. We cover these aspects:
  • The child with diabetes - with emphasis on the importance of monitoring blood glucose levels regularly and establishing healthy eating and exercise habits in your child, and answers to your questions about school and family issues.
  • Type 2 diabetes in children and teenagers - this is a recent phenomenon that is not yet fully understood.

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