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A Patient's Side of Type I Diabetes
A lot of people diagnosed cannot cope with all that goes along with
keeping their blood sugar under control. You live with it everyday and the only one to get you in control is you. The doctor is not... More > with you everyday and neither is the nutritionist. You are the nutritionist. Take care of yourself and you will feel a whole lot better day to day.
Throughout this book I will be pointing out what I do and what I have learned with hands on experience. I have been handling this for past
16 years and have learned a lot. I am not a doctor, and won’t claim to know more than doctors. This is just some facts I have learned through the years dealing with the highs and lows of diabetes.
Chapter 1 : Being Diagnosed
Chapter 2 : Dieting
Chapter 3 : Hypoglycemia
Chapter 4 : The Importance of Exercise
Chapter 5 : Insulin
Chapter 6 : Target Blood Sugar Levels
Chapter 7 : Watch The Protein
Chapter 8 : Making Food Fun
Chapter 9 : Eating Out
Chapter 10 : Travel
Chapter 11 : Illness
Chapter 12 : Staying In Control< Less
Type 1 Diabetes
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This book is about everything you need to know about Type 1 Diabetes. What it is, what to do, and when and where to check your blood sugar. Also, somethings I have done and had to do. This is my... More > first book so I hope you enjoy!< Less
The Truth about Type 1 Diabetes: The Myths Exposed
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Children with type 1 diabetes, T1DM, live with a widely misunderstood, chronic disease. The daily management regimens and psychosocial aspect of TIDM bring attention to the child with diabetes. ... More > Myths and misconceptions of diabetes management abound. The intent of this book is to address these myths and misconceptions as well as provide a basic understanding of what life with T1DM is like.< Less
Your Diabetes Science Experiment
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With a forward by Gary Scheiner, MS. CDE.
Written by Ginger Vieira, a Type 1 diabetic and record-setting competitive powerlifter, this is a book for people with Type 1, Type 1.5 and Type 2 diabetes... More > who want to gain a deeper understanding of how the basic science of the human body impacts your blood sugar levels and your insulin needs.
"Your Diabetes Science Experiment" will explain the science behind the most common reasons for your "mystery high blood sugars" and "unexpected low blood sugars."
From there, each "Science Experiment" helps you focus on one specific part of your diabetes management at time, so you can make adjustments in your insulin dosing and your nutrition to prevent those unwanted fluctuations in your blood sugar from happening as often!
Visit www.Living-in-Progress.com for more details about the book and the author, Ginger Vieira.< Less
Diabetes-Know It to Defeat It
Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism—the way our bodies use digested food for growth and energy.
It affects millions of people worldwide.
In order for us to fight this disease we have to... More > know it. So know Diabetes and Defeat it.
1. What is it?
2. What are the Types and Causes of Diabetes?
3. What are the Signs of Diabetes?
4. How is it diagnosed?
5. Diabetes Food Pyramid-What kind of food should I eat as a diabetic person?
6. Effects and Complications of Diabetes
7. Dental, Kidney, And Nerve Problems of Diabetes
8. Gestational Diabetes- Diabetes in Pregnancy
9. Will Gestational Diabetes affect my labor or my baby in a harmful way?
10. Various Diabetes Record Sheets like Blood Glucose level, My ABCs Record, Food and Physical Activity Record Sheet< Less
The Essential Guide to Living Well with Diabetes - Understanding & Managing Type 1 & Type 2 Gestational Diabetes Juvenile Diabetes & Associated Conditions
The prevalence of diabetes has reached epidemic proportions around the world. For every one diagnosed it is believed there is one other undiagnosed and yet another person unknowingly developing... More > diabetes. Diabetes today represents a high cost to families and society and is a personal struggle for each individual sufferer.
Those who have been recently diagnosed may experience a mix of feelings including being frightened, helpless and sad. There are a lot of new things to try and learn, and with this understanding will come self-confidence. While life will be different than it was before, with good routines and management, a good quality of life and happy outlook can be achieved living with diabetes.
This guide is about understanding and managing Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and the associated complications that come with them. It has sections on children, teenagers, pregnancy, weight loss, lifestyle, and treatments. It is a must read for anyone with diabetes, their families, care givers and support workers.< Less
Riding On Insulin: A Guide to Skiing, Snowboarding, and Action Sports with Type 1 Diabetes
This book is a guide for children with Type-1 diabetes who would like to experience extreme winter sports, such as skiing or snowboarding. It covers the basics of how to prepare and monitor health in... More > the field - our student authors learned the details with assistance of Mollie Busby, Executive Director of Riding on Insulin. ROI is a non-profit organization focused on giving diabetic children opportunities to monitor their personal health. The student authors are anatomy/physiology students at Polaris Expeditionary Learning School in Poudre School District, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.< Less