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Diabetes Diet Management By Cynthia Jenkins
eBook (ePub): $4.79
You’ll find lots of books and well-intentioned people giving you strict, complicated food guidelines to control diabetes & treating you as if you’re some lab-rat in an experiment.... More > Watching what you eat & drink is important but living your life to the full is as well. This book is written for ‘real’ people who want sound ‘as it is’ advice that’s written in a clear, simple & concise way. You are encouraged to focus your attention on eating healthy meals with the whole family, but in-depth specifics are given for those who want them. The need for both specifics & flexibility has led me to only include dietary information for the whole dish. People with diabetes are encouraged to adjust their portion sizes so that they do not consume more than the recommended amount of carbohydrate for each meal as set by their clinician. To suit an international audience, all ingredients are given in both US customary & metric units. All temperatures are given in Centigrade, Fahrenheit & Gas Mark.< Less
Self Management Training for Diabetes By Davida Taylor
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A Master's Thesis that addresses diabetes in the African-American community. The study provides information about the facts, cost, types, causes, symptoms and treatments of diabetes. The main... More > objective is to provide nutritional support and holistic training for a healthier lifestyle for people living with diabetes.< Less
Dietary Management of Diabetes By Michelle Umeadi, Sunny Chinenye
eBook (PDF): $8.99
Until recently, Nigerians living with diabetes have been “sentenced” to eating beans in its different preparations along with boiled or roasted plantain. This was based on the wrong... More > premise that there was a high carbohydrate content in other of our local foods and as such were contraindicated in diabetics. Such recommendations lack scientific proof because the objectives of dietary treatment of diabetes include: • To achieve health through balanced nutrition • To achieve optimal blood glucose concentrations • To achieve optimal blood lipid concentrations • To provide appropriate energy for reasonable weight, normal growth and development, including during pregnancy and lactation. • To prevent, delay and treat diabetes-related complications.< Less
book A Review on Diabetes and its management By Mohd Yaqub Khan, Bipin Bihari, Poonam Gupta
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Public health efforts and current antiobesity agents have not controlled the increasing epidemic of obesity. Investigational antiobesity agents consist of 1) central nervous system agents that affect... More > neurotransmitters or neural ion channels, including antidepressants (bupropion), selective serotonin 2c receptor agonists, antiseizure agents (topiramate, zonisamide), some dopamine antagonists, and cannabinoid-1 receptor antagonists (rimonabant); 2) leptin/insulin/central nervous system pathway agents, including leptin analogues, leptin transport and/or leptin receptor promoters, ciliary neurotrophic factor (Axokine), neuropeptide Y and agouti-related peptide antagonists, proopiomelanocortin and cocaine and amphetamine regulated transcript promoters, melanocyte-stimulating hormone analogues, melanocortin-4 receptor agonists, and agents that affect insulin metabolism/activity.< Less
Factoring Diabetes By Dr. Julia Sherman DN, PhT.
eBook (PDF): $10.00
This is a great first book for those who know someone who is diabetic, someone who was just diagnosed as diabetic or someone who is learning about diabetes. Its written in plain language and takes... More > you from what the biology is to simple control and self managment techniques that are ADA, NIDDK, AMA and NDEP standards world wide. Written with humor, and plenty of illsutrations to give you a better idea of what is happeneing. Perfect for newly Dxd, someonewho knows a diabetic, or those who ae just learning about diabetes. Facts not rumor or misinformation.< Less
Sweet Diabetes By Dr. Sreevalsalan Nair
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Want to live a healthy life? Diabetes will no longer a problem to you. You can easily control and manage your diabetes and in most cases, even get rid of the disease itself. Our time tested but... More > simple healthy solution is explained in full in this book.< Less
Starship Diabetes By John A. Allocca, D.Sc., Ph.D.
eBook (ePub): $9.95
Welcome aboard Starship Diabetes. We will take you on a journey to diabetes management. Introduction. Water. Protein, Fat, and Carbohydrates. Balancing Carbohydrates. Gluten and Dairy. Digestive... More > Enzymes. Diabetes Type 1 and 2. Practical Insulin Dosing. Carbohydrate Craving. Digestive Enzymes. Low Glycemic Index Food. Eicosanoids. Intestinal Dysbiosis. Detoxification. The Physiological Effects of Emotional Stress. Exercise. Healthy Gourmet Recipes. Biometabolic Analysis.< Less
Starship Diabetes By John A. Allocca, D.Sc., Ph.D.
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Welcome aboard Starship Diabetes. We will take you on a journey to diabetes management. Companion website: www.allocca.com Introduction. Water. Protein, Fat, and Carbohydrates. Balancing... More > Carbohydrates. Gluten and Dairy. Digestive Enzymes. Diabetes Type 1 and 2. Practical Insulin Dosing. Carbohydrate Craving. Digestive Enzymes. Low Glycemic Index Food. Eicosanoids. Intestinal Dysbiosis. Detoxification. The Physiological Effects of Emotional Stress. Exercise. Healthy Gourmet Recipes. Biometabolic Analysis.< Less
Tips That Can Help You Manage Diabetes By Joy Renkins
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Having diabetes can be stressful, unpleasant and affect the quality of your life and relationships, but it doesn't have to take all the pleasure out of things. Here are some helpful ideas that you... More > can use to improve your life and make sure you control your diabetes, rather than letting your diabetes control you. Diabetes does not have many symptoms and when you do not take your medications, there is often no immediate effect. However, it is very dangerous as untreated diabetes can easily lead to more dangerous health conditions such as heart disease. If you have diabetes, make sure to stay vigilant about taking your medications to prevent further complications.< Less
Caribbean Herbs for Diabetes Management; Fact or Fiction By Henry Lowe et al.
eBook (PDF): $6.99
In the Caribbean, diabetes is ranked as the second leading cause of death. The International Diabetes Federation estimates that over 366 million people currently live with diabetes. This accounts for... More > 8.3 percent of the adult population and is projected to increase to near 552 million by 2030. This timely publication is packed with incredible pictures of scientifically validated medicinal plants and their expediency in the management of Diabetes< Less