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By Stella Bowling, British Diabetic Association Staff. 2001
This diabetic cookbook contains over 200 specially created recipes which provide healthy, balanced meals. Each recipe lists calories per serving,… fat, protein and carbohydrate content. The book also contains a section on diabetes and a healthy lifestyle. 2001.
By Barbara Toohey, June Biermann, Lois Jovanovic. 1994
The authors answer more than 130 frequently asked questions about diabetes. Chapters address general information, facts about Type I and… Type II diabetes, concerns of family and friends, and weight loss. Also includes results of the 1993 American Diabetes Association's Diabetes Control and Complications Trial Study. 1994.
By Mary Abbott Hess, Katharine Middleton. 1978
Revised edition containing information on diabetes and its management, based on 1994 recommendations of the American Diabetes Association. Includes advice… on exercise, alcohol, dining out, and eating while travelling; recipes for soups, breads, meats, poultry, seafood, eggs, cheese, yogurt, pastas, and desserts. 1996, c1978.
By Jean-Louis Chiasson. 2004
Cette quatrième édition apporte beaucoup d'informations nouvelles tant à la population en général qu'aux personnes diabétiques. Pour la première fois,… il y est question des facteurs de risque impliqués dans le développement du diabète et de la prévention du diabète de type 2. Les personnes diabétiques y trouveront une mise à jour des nouveaux lecteurs de glycémie, des médicaments anti-diabétiques oraux et des insulines. En ce qui concerne l'alimentation, le livre présente le nouveau guide nutritionnel de Santé Canada. Pour les lecteurs d'école secondaire et plus vieux. 2004.
By Catha McMaster, Charlotte Empringham. 1991
A collection of low-fat, low-sugar versions of popular recipes that can be prepared in minutes using a microwave. Each recipe… includes a nutritional analysis listing carbohydrates, grams of protein, grams of fat, and calories per service, and the "CHOICE" system used by those following a diabetic diet. 1991.
By N Mousseau. 2016
Après qu'on lui eut diagnostiqué un diabète de type 2 en mai 2013, Normand Mousseau a refusé de s'en tenir… aux recommandations de son médecin et a cherché la voie de la guérison. En s'appuyant sur les travaux de Roy Taylor, physiologiste britannique, il a décidé de suivre une voie thérapeutique nouvelle, fondée sur une diète hypocalorique très stricte. Aujourd'hui, il ne souffre plus du diabète. Il partage ici son expérience personnelle, tout en proposant au lecteur une explication scientifique aussi bien des causes de la maladie que des raisons pour lesquelles cette thérapie peut réussir à éradiquer celle-ci. Enfin, il indique clairement les différentes étapes à suivre pour atteindre cet objectif. 2016.
By M. Sara Rosenthal. 1999
A guide to the prevention, detection and management of Type 2 diabetes. The book explains the symptoms specific to women,… the long-term health risks and the treatment options available for each complication. 1999.
By Azmina Govindji, Antony Worrall Thompson. 2009
This is a collection of 100 recipes created by Antony Worrall Thompson, who has been diagnosed with Syndrome X, a… condition that can lead to diabetes. Carefully monitored by diabetes dietitian Azmina Govindji, these recipes create taste, texture and flavour using the healthiest ingredients and cooking methods. There are rich soups, flavoursome vegetables, succulent meat dishes and of course, divine desserts. Antony and Azmina also explain how to adapt recipes so they use less sugar and fat. 2009.
By Sue Marshall. 2008
Diagnoses of diabetes are on the rise across the UK; it is considered to be a 'chronic condition' and living… with it requires an understanding of what it is and how to treat it. This book, in practical terms, explains diabetes, its causes and effects, and offers strategies for living with the condition, whether you have diabetes yourself, or are a parent with a diabetic child. Expert advice and the latest information covers Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, the diabetic diet and lifestyle, and current diabetes management and equipment. 2008.
By Erik A Hanson. 2011
For diabetics, maintaining proper foot care is crucial to ensuring optimal foot health and avoiding more serious problems such as… hospitalization, chronic wound care, and amputation. Includes common foot problems related to diabetes, basic care for feet’s skin and nails, safe exercise and diet tips to promote foot health, and an overview of medications for specific foot problems. 2011.
By Śarah Meltser, Anne Belton. 2008
For most people, a diagnosis of diabetes is an unwelcome and overwhelming shock, meaning lifestyle changes and potentially difficult complications… in the long run. However, a role can be played in delaying or even preventing such complications. Complete with useful sidebars and real-life stories, this guide presents easy-to-understand information to help anyone with diabetes learn about the disease and how to deal with it. 2008.
By MD, Richard K Bernstein. 2016
Originally published in 1997, the book is a unique resource that covers both adult- and childhood-onset diabetes, explains step-by-step how… to normalize blood sugar levels and prevent or reverse complications, and offers detailed guidelines for establishing a treatment plan. Readers will find fifty gourmet recipes, in addition to a comprehensive discussion of diet, obesity, and new drugs to curb carbohydrate craving and overeating. Now in its fourth edition, the book presents up-to-the-minute information on insulin resistance, blood-testing devices, measuring blood sugar, new types of insulin, gastroparesis, and other issues, as well as updated diet guidelines. 2016.
By Alvin Silverstein, Virginia B Silverstein, Robert A Silverstein. 1994
Discusses the two types of diabetes -- type I, which is found mostly in children, teens, and young adults, and… type II, which is found mainly in obese middle-aged and older adults. The authors provide a brief history and discuss causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of this metabolic disorder. Includes glossary and bibliography. Junior and Senior High. c1994.
By Judith Peacock. 2000
Introductory overview of different types of diabetes, covering symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, control, and complications of the disease. Assesses some of… the serious effects of the body's inability to use glucose properly because of a lack of insulin. Grades 5-8. 2000.
By Robert Tattersall. 2009
Tattersall, a leading authority on diabetes, describes the story of the disease from the ancient writings of Galen and Avicenna… to the recognition of sugar in the urine of diabetics in the 18th century and the identification of pancreatic diabetes in 1889. With the discovery of insulin in the early 20th century, optimism ensued, which eventually waned due to the increasing complexity of the disease, and the increasing number of young patients. c2009.
By James S Hirsch. 2006
Former New York Times reporter with type 1 diabetes describes the social, economic, and scientific effects of the disease. Traces… the history of medical treatment, the limitations of insulin therapy, and stem-cell research. Discusses how the medical and insurance establishments can impede the search for a cure. 2006.
By Marjorie Hollands, Margaret Howard. 2004
A collection of recipes, following the Canadian Diabetes Association guidelines, of easy-to-prepare meals using every day foods in your kitchen.… Includes nutrition information for each recipe, menu planning for balanced meals, recipes for different meals, and a Special Occasions chapter with a variety of recipes for any social event. 2004.
By Korey K Hood. 2010
A guide for teens on managing Type 1 diabetes offers strategies and tips on making diabetes a high priority, fighting… diabetes burnout, getting help from others, and coping with school and relationships. Some descriptions of sex. For senior high readers. 2010.
By Michael W Raymond. 1992
An English professor's account of living with diabetes for nearly thirty years after it was first diagnosed in childhood, before… coming to terms with the fact that he has a chronic disease. As the title implies, the author stresses the emotional and physical aspects of the person with the disease and discusses how diabetes affects relationships with health-care professionals, friends, and family. Some strong language. 1992.