Posts Tagged ‘Basic’

Just Diabetic Meal Plans, Basic Meals, Vol 2

Sunday, June 2nd, 2013

Our meal plans are perfect for Type 1 or Type 2 diabetics who are having problems finding complete diabetic meal plans or are tired of finding recipes but having to plan meals around them. They are for people who wish they could find complete meal plans with exciting food and simple recipes and are looking to keep blood sugars more stable. They are wonderful for people who need to maintain or lose weight without feeling deprived. We do all the planning for you. Our complete Individual meal plans can be used whether you count carbs or follow a low Glycemic Index regimen. All of our Individual meal plans are designed to follow the currently published USDA guidelines for % Carbohydrate, Protein, Fat and Saturated Fat. All Individual meal plans criteria were designed in collaboration with and reviewed by a registered dietitian before publication. Our Individual meal plans all include portion sizes for 1400, 1800 and 2200 cal per day. Adjustment to other diet sizes is easy because calorie counts are listed for every meal item. Consult your doctor, certified diabetic educator or dietitian for your appropriate daily caloric intake. Since many experts encourage two snacks per day, the caloric value of our main meal portions reflects having two snacks. So do not skip them. If you do not have two snacks, you may want to consult your dietician about where to add the calories not consumed at snack time. We only publish meal plans with an average Glycemic Index of 60 or less. All of our individual meals have the Available Carbs listed to aid in insulin dose calculations

 

Basic Clinical Skills: Diabetic Procedures (Mixing Insulins, Blood and Urine Glucose Monitoring)

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Introduces procedures and techniques the nurse will teach patients and family members in preparation for self-care.

 

Just Diabetic Meal Plans, Basic Meals, Vol 1: A Collection of Planned Meals for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetics and their Families

Thursday, May 16th, 2013

Our meal plans are perfect for Type 1 or Type 2 diabetics who are having problems finding complete diabetic meal plans or are tired of finding recipes but having to plan meals around them. They are for people who wish they could find complete meal plans with exciting food and simple recipes and are looking to keep blood sugars more stable. They are wonderful for people who need to maintain or lose weight without feeling deprived. We do all the planning for you. Our complete Individual meal plans can be used whether you count carbs or follow a low Glycemic Index regimen. All of our Individual meal plans are designed to follow the currently published USDA guidelines for % Carbohydrate, Protein, Fat and Saturated Fat. All Individual meal plans criteria were designed in collaboration with and reviewed by a registered dietitian before publication. Our Individual meal plans all include portion sizes for 1400, 1800 and 2200 cal per day. Adjustment to other diet sizes is easy because calorie counts are listed for every meal item. Consult your doctor, certified diabetic educator or dietitian for your appropriate daily caloric intake. Since many experts encourage two snacks per day, the caloric value of our main meal portions reflects having two snacks. So do not skip them. If you do not have two snacks, you may want to consult your dietician about where to add the calories not consumed at snack time. We only publish main meal plans with an average Glycemic Index of 60 or less. All of our individual meals have the Available Carbs listed to aid in insulin dose calculations.

 

Just Diabetic Meal Plans Basic Meals Vol 2

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Our meal plans are perfect for Type 1 or Type 2 diabetics who are having problems finding complete diabetic meal plans or are tired of finding recipes but having to plan meals around them. They are for people who wish they could find complete meal plans with exciting food and simple recipes and are looking to keep blood sugars more stable. They are wonderful for people who need to maintain or lose weight without feeling deprived. We do all the planning for you.

Our complete Individual meal plans can be used whether you count carbs or follow a low Glycemic Index regimen. All of our Individual meal plans are designed to follow the currently published USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans for % Carbohydrate, Protein, Fat and Saturated Fat. All individual meal plans criteria were designed in collaboration with and reviewed by a registered dietitian before publication.

Our individual meal plans all include portion sizes for 1400, 1800 and 2200 cal per day. Adjustment to other diet sizes is easy because calorie counts are listed for every meal item. Consult your doctor, certified diabetic educator or dietitian for your appropriate daily caloric intake.

Since many experts encourage two snacks per day, the caloric value of our main meal portions reflects having two snacks. So do not skip them. If you do not have two snacks, you may want to consult your dietician about where to add the calories not consumed at snack time.

We only publish meal plans with an average Glycemic Index of 60 or less.

All of our individual meals have the Available Carbs listed to aid in insulin dose calculations.

 

Aquajogger Basic Belt Suspends Body Vertically in the Water At Shoulder Level for an Effective, Low-impact Workout

Sunday, February 10th, 2013

Suspends body vertically in the water at shoulder level for an effective, low-impact workout
Resilient, closed-cell foam won’t absorb water, dries quickly and resists chlorine-damage
Patented, contoured design supports and strengthens lower back
Narrows at waist for comfort and freedom of movement
Features quick-release buckle and custom-woven elastic belt
Tones abdominal muscles due to continual use of abdominal muscles to maintain correct postureBasic Belt
For average-waisted men and women

Product Features

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Just Diabetic Meal Plans Basic Meals Vol 1

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

The meals in this book are perfect for Type 1 or Type 2 diabetics who are having problems finding complete diabetic meal plans or are tired of finding recipes but having to plan meals around them. They are for people who wish they could find complete meal plans with exciting food and simple recipes and are looking to keep blood sugars more stable. They are wonderful for people who need to maintain or lose weight without feeling deprived. We do all the planning for you.

Our complete Individual meal plans can be used whether you count carbs or follow a low Glycemic Index regimen. All of our Individual meal plans are designed to follow the currently published USDA guidelines for % Carbohydrate, Protein, Fat and Saturated Fat. All Individual meal plans criteria were designed in collaboration with and reviewed by a registered dietitian before publication.

Our Individual meal plans all include portion sizes for 1400, 1800 and 2200 cal per day. Adjustment to other diet sizes is easy because calorie counts are listed for every meal item. Consult your doctor, certified diabetic educator or dietitian for your appropriate daily caloric intake.

Since many experts encourage two snacks per day, the caloric value of our main meal portions reflects having two snacks. So do not skip them. If you do not have two snacks, you may want to consult your dietician about where to add the calories not consumed at snack time.

We only publish meal plans with an average Glycemic Index of 60 or less.

All of our individual meals have the Available Carbs listed to aid in insulin dose calculations.

 

Diabetes Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About Type 1 Diabetes (Insulin-Dependent or Juvenile-Onset Diabetes), Type 2 Diabetes (Noninsulin-Dependent or (Health Reference Series)

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Consumer text discusses the risk factors, complications, and management of Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes. Includes information on sugar testing, insulin, oral diabetes medications, the role of diet and exercise, and more. Also includes a glossary of terms. Previous edition not cited. DNLM: Diabetes Mellitus–Handbooks.

 

Diabetes Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About Type 1 Diabetes (Insulin-Dependent or Juvenile-Onset Diabetes), Type 2 Diabetes (Noninsulin-Dependent or (Health Reference Series) 3 Sub Edition by Matthews, Dawn D. published by Omnigraphics, Inc. Library Binding

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

 

Greenspan’s Basic and Clinical Endocrinology, Ninth Edition (LANGE Clinical Medicine)

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

The renowned one-stop guide to the entire field of clinical endocrinology and its scientific underpinnings – now in full color

270+ full-color photographs and illustrations!

A Doody’s Core Title for 2011!

4 STAR DOODY’S REVIEW!
“This is an excellent overview of the basic physiology and clinical aspects of endocrinology for trainees. The size of the book and the well-written text, supported by visual aids, make this a convenient book to read and develop a beginning foundation in endocrinology.”–Doody’s Review Service

Greenspan’s Basic & Clinical Endocrinology, 9e delivers a succinct, leading-edge overview of the underlying molecular biology of the endocrine system and the latest perspectives on the diagnosis and treatment of specific diseases and disorders. Featuring an enhanced design that includes hundreds of full-color illustrations and clinical photographs, Greenspan’s is a true must-have during traditional or integrated courses in endocrinology, endocrinology rotation, or for exam prep in internal medicine and endocrinology.

Greenspan’s provides clinically relevant coverage of metabolic bone disease, pancreatic hormones and diabetes mellitus, hypoglycemia, obesity, geriatric endocrinology, and many other diseases and disorders. Supporting this essential material is a handy appendix of normal hormone reference ranges.

Features

  • Concise, balanced coverage of both scientific and clinical principles
  • The best source for current concepts in endocrine pathophysiology to aid clinical decision making
  • Important new approaches to the medical management of endocrine disorders, including therapeutic recommendations
  • The most practical, current insights into diagnostic testing
  • More than 270 full-color illustrations and clinical photographs

 

The Basic Facts About Diabetes

Saturday, October 20th, 2012

 

Basic Diabetic Menu Plan (Easy Meal Planning for Diabetics of All Ages)

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

 

Basic Diabetic Menu Plan (Easy meal planning for diabetics of all ages, Volume I)

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

 

User’s Guide to Preventing & Reversing Diabetes Naturally (Basic Health Publications User’s Guide)

Monday, October 8th, 2012

Adult-onset, or type 2, diabetes has reachd epidemic proportions in the United States and is on the rise worldwide. In this User’s Guide, nutritionist Melissa Diane Smith is clear on the cause of diabetes: the increasing consumption of highly processed and refined foods, which boost blood sugar and insulin levels. Smith describes a healthy easy-to-follow diet for losing weight, stabilizing blood sugar and insulin, and reducing the risk of diabetes.

 

Diabetes Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About Type 1 Diabetes (Insulin-Dependent or Juvenile-Onset Diabetes), Type 2 Diabetes (Noninsulin-Dependent or adult (Health Reference Series)

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

Since the publication of the first edition of Diabetes Sourcebook in 1994, many changes have occurred in the field of diabetes care. Experts now suggest that all adults age 45 and older be tested for diabetes, and that people under 45 be tested if they are at high risk. An estimated 16 million Americans have diabetes, including 8 million who remain undiagnosed.

Diabetes Sourcebook, 2nd edition, provides updated information to help people understand the risk factors for diabetes, recognize the symptoms, and obtain appropriate care. The book also contains consumer health information for the different types of diabetes, with new recommendations for diabetes management and self-care, information about insulin and other innovative diabetes medicines, and reports on recent research initiatives.

 

The EMT Basic Exam Review

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Written to meet the DOT National Standard Curriculum The EMT-Basic Exam Review will assist anyone preparing to become certified as an EMT-Basic. There are 1,500 questions included in 33 chapters which cover the cognitive and affective objectives in the DOT National Standard Curriculum. The questions reflect the state and national EMS exams to better prepare learners for the exam. For those who want even more review a CD-ROM is included containing two fulllength practice exams with the rationales for the correct and incorrect answers.

 

One Touch Basic Complete Diabetes Monitoring System (VHS)

Monday, September 24th, 2012

 

DIABETES – Basic Facts You Need to Know

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Diabetes – Basic Facts You Need to Know on How to Control Your Diabetes is a short book about some of the fundamental questions on diabetes. It tells you what it is and what possibly causes it. It covers some of the basic symptoms and who can develop diabetes. There are treatments available depending on the type of diabetes. Also certain foods to eat and not to eat. This could be the start of learning about the basics of diabetes. Joseph Harper is a well-rounded health advocate and writer on a variety of health concerns. He has a large selection of Free Special Reports on many health conditions.

 

Diabetes Sourcebook: Basic Information About Insulin-Dependent and Noninsulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus, Gestational Diabetes, and Diabetic Complications Symptoms (Health Reference Series) by Bellenir, Karen published by Omnigraphics Inc Hardcover

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

 

CardioChek Home Basic Analyzer; Portable Blood Cholesterol Tester; PTS Panels #730

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

CardioChek ST measures total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, glucose, ketone; test strips sold separately.

Product Features

  • portable blood cholesterol tester
  • affordable
  • CLIA-waved
  • easy to use
  • one year warranty

 

Diabetes Sourcebook: Basic Information About Insulin-Dependent and Noninsulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus, Gestational Diabetes, and Diabetic Complications Symptoms (Health Reference Series)

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012