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My main aim through out this book is to ensure that your journey unto type 1 diabetes is as smooth a ride as possible, I’m going to achieve this by imparting my knowledge of being a type 1 diabetic myself for 14 years (and counting) unto you.
Upon being diagnosed I had felt scared and worried about what I was going to do, also I felt apprehensive as to how I’d cope with my new condition, despite the advice given to me by doctors and family.
At the time things seemed bleak, in the respect that I felt that I didn’t have someone to reach out to that was also living with diabetes, because of these feelings I went into denial for a number of years.
I found that I sacrificed taking care of of my diabetes, Instead I ignored it and made myself ill.
Luckily, I turned a corner, and I became as one with my diabetes,I’m now a much happier person.
If you’re new to type 1 diabetes, I can assure you that once you’ve read my book you’ll have a much greater insight on how to deal with diabetes on a daily basis; and into the future.
In Plan D, Sherri Shepherd, Emmy Award winner and cohost of The View, presents her easy-to-follow program for losing weight, managing sugar sensitivity, and getting moving—all to help you feel and look your best.
For years, Sherri Shepherd was told that she was pre-diabetic. And for years, she ignored her doctor’s advice to lose weight and get healthy before she developed full blown diabetes. When she finally got the big-D diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, the same disease that took her mother’s life, Sherri vowed that she’d change her ways so that her son wouldn’t be left alone, without a mother, as she had been.
With the help of her doctor, she created this program, lost more than 40 pounds, and she looks great and has more energy than she did in her twenties. Sherri’s diabetes is under control, and she was happy to show her stuff, wowing the world on Dancing with the Stars.
With tools to help you live a long and healthy life, Plan D is a smart and supportive plan designed to help you lose weight safely, make exercise a real, and fun, part of your life, and control your sugar sensitivity. And through it all, Sherri Shepherd is there, like a trusted friend, offering advice, encouragement, and of course a healthy dose of humor.
Over 50 years ago, Dr. William Hay concluded that the body uses acids to digest proteins and alkalis to digest starches, and that mixing the two might lead to painful indigestion and more serious problems such as ulcers, allergies, and obesity. Though criticized at the time, the Hay System has been vindicated by modern research, and provides essentially the healthy, whole-food diet of mostly alkali-forming foods such as fruits, green vegetables, and salads advocated by many leading nutritionists today.
Food Combining for Health shows how to separate incompatible foods.
Explains how the Hay System can alleviate the symptoms of chronic diseases such as arthritis and diabetes, while increasing energy and well-being in those without specific health problems.
Includes recipes and seasonal menu suggestions.
Low Carb Diet Strategies You DON’T Know About…..Yet
Have you had some weight loss success on a low carb or other conventional diets before but your results have stalled or plateaued? Do hunger and cravings prevent you from sticking to your diet? Want to lose weight quickly?
Low carb diets are popular and can be highly effective, but there’s a problem. Rapid weight loss occurs in the first few weeks of the low carb diet and then drops off to only a few pounds per month. This can be discouraging to any dieter looking to lose weight quickly.
In the guide “Low Carb Strategies You Don’t Know About”, you’ll get the 5 advanced low carb diet strategies that will help you enhance your results of a traditional low carb diet by tricking your body to burn as much stored body fat as possible.
5 Little-Known Low Carb Diet Hacks
No one is talking about these 5 advanced low carb diet strategies. Why? Because they are based on cutting edge scientific research that simply hasn’t been around long enough to be adopted by the mainstream. I’ve used these techniques on myself, as well as on hundreds of my weight loss clients with great success, so I KNOW they work.
I’ve also used this low carb system on the most important weight loss client I’ve ever had – my Mom. Included in this guide is a detailed case study about how the low carb diet and these 5 advanced strategies helped her to lose 40 pounds in 6 months and reverse a recent diabetes diagnosis.
Follow the Low Carb Diet Blueprint and Begin Losing Weight Quickly – Starting Today
“Low Carb Diet Strategies You Don’t Know About” provides you with a step by step blueprint, as well as a weekly detail of how to incorporate the 5 advanced strategies to kickstart your weight loss and help control your hunger and cravings, all while minimizing fat storage and increasing the amount of stored body fat you burn.
Also included in this guide is a master low carb food list as well as a sampling of my favorite low carb recipes to get you started.
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This digital document is an article from Family Practice News, published by International Medical News Group on March 1, 2000. The length of the article is 1784 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
Title: Don’t Forget About Insulin for Type 2 Diabetes.
Author: Mitchel L. Zoler
Publication: Family Practice News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 1, 2000
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Volume: 30 Issue: 5 Page: 22
Distributed by Thomson Gale
The book food lovers with diabetes have been waiting for: a through-the-menu collection of 250 dishes to meet any craving, from hot and spicy to sweet and sour, from creamy to crunchy, from pastas to dessert. Written by Tom Valenti, one of America’s Ten Best Chefs (Food & Wine) and a “clairvoyant in the kitchen” (Ruth Reichl, The New York Times)—and a diabetic—You Don’t Have To Be Diabetic To Love This Cookbook is filled with recipes so delicious, so imaginative, so varied and enticing that it will turn the burden of following a diabetic regimen into a celebration of food.
In fact, this is food for everyone in the family to sit down and enjoy, with no penalty to the non-diabetics. Valenti employs innovations and techniques that are a signature of his cuisine—acid to brighten flavors, unexpected combinations of texture and temperature, turkey bacon as a foundation ingredient to add a haunting smoky-salty quality—and he never resorts to imitation products. Recipes include Asparagus and Mushroom Risotto; Chicken Chaat; Filet Mignon with Black and Green Peppercorn Sauce; Snapper Piccata; Grilled Duck Breast Paillard with Orange, Onion, and Mint; Lamb Sausage with Warm Potato Salad; Shrimp and Tomato Ravioli; Goat Cheese Cake; Banana Mousse; Miniature Pumpkin Pies.
Real flavors, real food, and finally, real pleasure, for America’s 23.6 million diabetics.
Over 750,000 copies of Quick and Healthy Vols. I and II sold
This second edition of this best-seller includes ten weeks of easy low-fat dinner menus, each with a grocery list AND over 100 menus listed by category. Designed for busy people with lots of good intentions and little time to cook, Volume II also offers over 200 easy, low-fat recipes and lots of tips to make healthy eating easier than ever. It includes practical nutrition information to improve your health, including tips to reduce fat, guidelines for changing recipes, tips for eating out and holiday guidelines; a worksheet for determining ideal weight, calorie needs and recommended fat grams; recipes listed by grams of carbohydrate; food exchanges for weight loss and diabetes; and much more! It’s also perfect for anyone wanting to lose weight or anyone with heart disease or diabetes. Quick And Healthy Volume II and its companion, Quick And Healthy Recipes and Ideas, are both Benjamin Franklin Award winners and are two cookbooks dietitians and physicians are recommending to all their patients.
“My patients love cooking with this cookbook! Quick And Healthy Volume II is a great addition to any kitchen!”
Georgia Kostas, MPH, RD, Nutrition Director, Cooper Clinic, Dallas, TX.
My favorite cookbooks focused on healthy, quick recipes include the Quick And Healthy series by Brenda J. Ponichtera.
-David L. Katz, MD, director of Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, medical consultant for ABC News, and columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine.
The third edition edition of this bestseller is now published by Small Steps Press! People spend less time cooking than ever before— but where do they turn when they still want to eat healthy? Quick & Healthy brings you over 200 easy recipes that are low in fat, cholesterol, and calories— and take almost no time to prepare. With recipes designed for the busy cook, this latest edition includes practical nutrition information as well as quick, delicious recipes that have been kitchen-tested for taste and ease. Inside, you will find time-saving ideas, tips to reduce fat and cholesterol, and even food exchanges for weight loss and diabetes.
FOR THOSE WHO SEARCH The program outlined in The Low Blood Sugar Handbook is for you. It is an optimum lifestyle not only for functional hypoglycemics (low blood sugar sufferers), but also for those suffering from premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and everyone else who desires a healthy and productive life.
Women who suffer from PMS often have low blood sugar. Once the blood sugar is stabilized, the PMS can be dealt with more effectively.
This book is written by low blood sugar sufferers rather than by a medical person since only sufferers have the insight into dealing with the everyday situations of low blood sugar. After working with hundreds of hypoglycemics, Edward and Patricia Krimmel have articulated the things that only sufferers can know. They give the clear, practical and complete advice you need for understanding and dealing with the everyday nitty- gritty of low blood sugar.
The chapters of the book deal with such practical matters as being able to identify if you have low blood sugar, what it is, how serious it is and what to do if you have the condition. The four dimensions of the KRIMMEL PROGRAM are: 1. Food ethic 2. Exercise 3. Fun & laughter 4. Sleep, rest & relaxation
A fifth dimension is found in chapters 5, 6, 8, and 9. The information is unique to this handbook. Only through the application of the fifth dimension, can the low blood sugar sufferer get total value from the other 4 dimensions.
Low blood sugar is a personal affair. Only through personal initiative can it be controlled. There is no medication or “cure all” for it. Only through the proper program and understanding your body chemistry can this condition be controlled.
If you’re willing to spend enough time And put out enough effort You can solve every problem
Based on the award winning Bloodsugar101.com web site, this book explains what peer-reviewed research published in top medical journals has to say about:
+ What is a normal blood sugar?
+ How does diabetes develop?
+ What really causes diabetes?
+ What blood sugar levels cause complications?
+ Must you deteriorate?
+ What diet is right for you?
+ How can you make that diet work?
+ What medications are safe?
+ What supplements lower blood sugar?
Written in clear and understandable language, this book provides all the tools needed to understand how blood sugar works and achieve blood sugar health.
“…this book should be read by all diabetics because of the valuable material that cannot be found elsewhere.” –Dr. Richard K. Bernstein