Posts Tagged ‘Manage’

Becoming An Ex-Diabetic: Use Your Mind To Prevent, Manage Or Even Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

For most of his life, Barry was totally obsessed with food and absolutely loathed exercise. Stuck with the belief that he would be obese for the rest of his life, he had totally given up and did not take care of his health in any way. However, at the age of 50 he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. At that point he decided to take responsibility for dealing with it.Barry is now slim, fit and living a much healthier lifestyle. His blood sugar has been at a very healthy level for over ten years without the use of medication, and as a result he has now been removed from the diabetic register. Barry’s approach was to change his thinking in a way that supports a long-term lifestyle change. He built some mental tools that underpin a successful weight loss and regain a healthy blood sugar level. The eating and activity changes followed naturally and easily. He has written this book to empower people to overcome obesity and diabetes, and to inspire people to take action to prevent them. Barry is based in Milton Keynes. www.becominganexdiabetic.com

 

How To Effectively Manage And Control Diabetes

Friday, May 31st, 2013

 

Choice Menus: Quick and Easy Meals and Menus to Help You Prevent or Manage Diabetes

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

 

The Carbs & Cals & Fat & Fiber Counter (USA Edition): Manage your Diet & Diabetes with over 1,800 food & drink photos!

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

MANAGE YOUR DIET AND DIABETES THE CARBS & CALS WAY, WITH OVER 1,800 FOOD & DRINK PHOTOS!

The Carbs & Cals & Fat & Fiber Counter is the FIRST diet and diabetes book to show hundreds of photos of popular USA food and drink items in up to 6 portion sizes, with the carb, calorie, fat, and fiber values clearly displayed in color-coded tabs above each photo.

Simply compare the food on your plate with the photos in the book. With this unique book, carb and calorie counting has never been easier!

This revolutionary, easy-to-use guide to diet, weight loss, portion control, and diabetes management will help you to:

  • See at a glance the carbs, calories, fat, and fiber you are consuming.
  • Take out the guesswork and time spent weighing food.
  • Reduce your calories and fat intake by selecting a smaller portion or swapping a high-calorie food item for a healthier alternative.

The book contains:

  • An 11-page introduction with information about diet and diabetes.
  • 310 pages of full-color photos arranged in 19 food and drink categories.
  • Up to 6 portion photos for each food item.

The Carbs & Cals approach has already helped thousands of people in the UK to manage their diet and diabetes, so we are proud and excited to now bring you this brand new USA version of our bestselling book!

 

Recipe and Meal Planner Guide: Eating Healthy and Staying Fit to Control and Manage Diabetes / Recetas y Plan de Comidas: Coma Saludable y Mantengase Activo para Controlar la Diabetes

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Recipes and healthful eating advice for diabetics, presented in both English and Spanish by the National Diabetes Education Program.

 

In Control – The Diabetes Diet Plan (How To Manage Type 1 And 2 Diabetes Mellitus With Proper Nutrition And Insulin Use)

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Rosie is an athletic middle-aged woman who loves to jog. Unfortunately, her aunt was diagnosed with diabetes a few years back. Rosie’s book, “In Control: The Diabetes Diet Plan For Preventing, Living With And Reversing Diabetes” is based on her own experiences with researching the condition and managing her aunt’s diabetes. In the beginning, Rosie knew what insulin was, but not much more. After her Aunt was diagnosed, Rosie spent hours in the library and online doing research. As a result of her efforts, her Aunt was able to overcome the limitations of the disease and live a normal life.

No fluff, just common sense advice

Her book is full of straight talk, and it gives plenty of advice and insights from what she has learned. It is a perfect read for diabetes caretakers that comes from experience rather than random talking heads.

You will learn how to:

  • Prevent diabetes for those at risk of acquiring it
  • Prepare delicious, mouth-watering diabetes recipes 
  • Eat the right foods, even when traveling
  • Track your insulin levels
  • Create a plan for diabetes management and stick to it
  • Be healthier, happier, and feel better than ever before

Decreases your anxiety about the condition

This book will make living with someone whom has the condition, or managing your own diabetes or insulin level much simpler. Life won’t be so stressful, and you won’t have to constantly worry about whether you should or shouldn’t eat a certain food. All you need to do is simply follow the diet plan in the book for best results. The diabetes recipes in the book will allow a person with the condition to enjoy all of their favorite foods. 
Tracking your diabetes symptoms and insulin level
One of the most dreaded aspects of diabetes is constantly checking your insulin levels, and administering insulin injections. Learning to monitor your diabetes symptoms will help avoid some of those painful finger pricks. Rosie tells you how and when to more effectively check your blood insulin, and what times are right for administering it.
Preventing diabetes for those on the borderline
Finding out that you are on the borderline of having diabetes is very scary. Making some basic lifestyle changes will help make sure that you won’t have to worry about the condition for a very long time. In many cases, a few simple changes (such as losing weight or getting more exercise) are enough to prevent it. From her experiences taking care of her Aunt, Rosie became worried about her own risk of diabetes, so she took steps to change her lifestyle to prevent the condition. She will describe what she has done to avoid it and more in her book.
Won’t Scare You!
Rosie knows that diabetes is a stressful condition, and her diet and exercise plans make managing diabetes and insulin level as simple as possible. Even if you have just found out that you have diabetes, you can take comfort in knowing that your routine won’t have to change that much to accommodate it. You’ll also find out that you can enjoy all of your favorite foods, and you won’t have to break the bank! 
Learning about managing diabetes
Because Rosie’s book has a real voice, her writing style won’t bore you. Many of the so-called experts have written Diabetes books that put people to sleep. Her language is simple and easy to understand. You’ll be excited that you can finally control your Diabetes without having to give up on your dreams and hopes for the future, and take control of your insulin for good!

 

Diabetes Primer: Diagnosis and Assessment; Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose; Type I and Type II Diabetes; Using Diet and Exercise to Manage Diabetes

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

This popular guide is helpful to both young and old people who have diabetes and those who care for them.

Inside, you will learn the facts about some of the most common topics related to diabetes:

Diagnosis and Assessment – An in-depth look at the three primary blood tests used to diagnose diabetes, including fasting plasma glucose, oral glucose tolerance test, and casual plasma glucose.

Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose – Self-monitoring allows patients to take control of the disease, since everything they do and everything that happens to them affects their blood sugar. The two methods of self-monitoring, meter testing and visual testing, are reviewed.

Type I and II Diabetes – Detailed information about both the onset and symptoms of both Type I and Type II diabetes is examined.

Using Diet and Exercise to Manage Diabetes – Practical information on how to approach diet, exercise, and relaxation techniques when treating your diabetes.

Insulin Related Ailments – A review of the three main insulin related ailments that are of primary concern for diabetics: hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, and ketoacidosis.

Take advantange of this easy-to-read guide as you or a loved one learn to manage diabetes effectively.

 

Saunders Lumbar Traction Helps Patients Maintain Clinical Gains Between Appointments and Effectively Manage Chronic Conditions

Friday, December 28th, 2012

Saunders(r) Lumbar Traction
Helps patients maintain clinical gains between appointments and effectively manage chronic conditions
Split table design replicates clinical traction and promotes consistency of treatment
Actively moving treatment surface ensures efficient application of traction
Patented pneumatic system ensures reliable force accuracy and leak-free performance
Friction-free surface ensures smooth motion
Easy-to-read pressure gauge provides total control of the force at all times
Blow-off valve limits the amount of force that can be applied
Can be used on a bed or floor
Carrying case doubles as a comfortable treatment surface
Detachable wheels provide enhanced portability
No-slip harnesses incorporate belt-organizers for quick set-up
Does not require assembly

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Low Glycemic Index- Glycemic Load Diet and Diabetes Management: How to manage Insulin resistance, poorly-controlled,and gestation diabetes mellitus; and lipids of diabetes subjects

Friday, December 21st, 2012

Type 2 diabetes has been a 61% increase in incidence between 1990 and 2001 in the USA. There are 1.5 million new cases per year. Poorly-controlled diabetes that is characterized with increased glycated hemoglobin, HbA1c>8%, is increasing world wide, and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) affects a substantial number of pregnancies, which complicates 7% of all pregnancies. Substantial evidence from studies support the dietary fiber and types of carbohydrate (glycemic index and load) impact on postprandial glucose and insulin responses. High carbohydrate intake recommended in diabetes, resulting in suboptimal glycemic control and lipoprotein profile, gradually increasing insulin and/or oral hypoglycemic medication requirement and eventually weight gain. Therefore, we investigated the role of low glycemic index-glycemic load diet with and without extra fiber (wheat bran) on blood glucose profile of insulin resistance, diabetes and GDM subjects. The diets included lower amount of carbohydrate and higher fat content than traditionally introduced diets as an alternative approach to reduce glycemic response to carbohydrate and also reducing HbA1c concentration of poor-controlled diabetes

 

Choosing a home glucose meter: finding one with the right features to meet your needs and lifestyle can help you manage your diabetes and avoid … An article from: Focus on Healthy Aging

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

This digital document is an article from Focus on Healthy Aging, published by Belvoir Media Group, LLC on April 1, 2008. The length of the article is 876 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Choosing a home glucose meter: finding one with the right features to meet your needs and lifestyle can help you manage your diabetes and avoid complications.(CONSUMER WATCH)
Author: Unavailable
Publication: Focus on Healthy Aging (Magazine/Journal)
Date: April 1, 2008
Publisher: Belvoir Media Group, LLC
Volume: 11 Issue: 4 Page: 4(1)

Distributed by Gale, a part of Cengage Learning

 

What To Eat With Diabetes Type 1 and 11 – How To Manage Diabetes and Live Life to the Fullest “Buy Now”

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

Need to know all about diabetes? This book tells all in easy to understand language. For several possible reasons, ranging from dietary trends to sedentary lifestyles, diabetes is becoming a more common affliction, as almost every person knows someone who has been diagnosed with the disease. There are several types of diabetes, with the most common ones known as Type I and Type II conveniently, and in order to manage the disease, it is imperative that a person knows the difference between the two. Type I used to be known as Juvenile Diabetes because it is an inborn metabolic error, with the patients born with the disease usually diagnosed during adolescence. It accounts for only 5% of all diabetic cases, and its management is different from the management of the other types of diabetes. Type II is the most common form of diabetes that is generally developed mid-life due to weight, activity or dietary issues, and it was known in the past as NIDDM, or Non Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus. Despite what type of diabetes a person has, current medical and nutritional knowledge allows the diabetic to take control of his or her health by following the recent guidelines for diet and exercise.

Unlike many diseases that rely mainly upon pharmaceuticals prescribed and regulated by physicians, diabetes is reliant on nutritional intake and exercise, regulated by the patient. Thus, a person with diabetes can take charge of his or her body and follow nutritional guidelines, making diabetes a disease that can be controlled by the patient instead of the patient being controlled by the disease.

Some dietary guidelines assembled for diabetics are confusing and make the dietary restrictions of diabetes seem unmanageable, if not impossible. Fortunately, nutritional guidelines for diabetes are quite easy to follow when put together in an order that makes sense and gives the patient palatable choices for meals, as well as a feeling of control over all aspects of their life, not just their diet. Guidelines that focus on what can be included in a diet, rather than focus on what cannot be, make the lifestyle changes that are required to control diabetes manageable instead of restrictive and impossible. Also, a sample menu is included that encompasses an entire week’s worth of meals and snacks, showing that nutrient rich foods, low in sugar can be both delicious and diabetic-friendly. Of course, menus listing tasty items are nice to look at, but not much use without the recipes, so the recipes are also included with the menus. Having the recipes enables the patient to see what ingredients comprise the dishes, and gives them a template from which to make their own, personalized menu. The recipes are also necessary to figure out the nutritional content of the meals, since a careful account of dietary intake is the key to managing and controlling diabetes. Lastly, in order to keep a diet under control and easy to handle, accurate food records need to be kept. Such food records, or daily food journals, are easiest when kept in a sensible, organized chart with the nutrients tallied daily and weekly, along with consistent records of blood sugar levels. Over time, such careful journals will help discern what foods, types of exercise or medications are most useful to manage one’s diabetes since every person’s metabolism is unique and will respond differently to certain foods.

Many times, information that is helpful to people who have been diagnosed with diabetes is a bit convoluted because the information is spread among different pamphlets, websites and books. This book explains the two most common forms of diabetes, with an overview of how Type I and Type II work, as well as detailing the symptoms, and explaining the idea of diabetic food exchanges, which makes management of the disease a little easier with all pertinent information being found in one place.

 

Meal Measure – Manage Your Weight, One Portion At a Time – 7 Pack

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

Meal Measure helps you manage your weight, one portion at a time. It is easy to use and measures your food right on your plate. meal Measure fits most dinner plates. The cavities of the Meal Measure are labeled vegetable or fruit, startch, and protein. Each Meal measure cavity is one cup at the top with a one-half cup line inside. The protein portion is equal to the size of a deck of cards. Meal Measure follows the USDA My Pyramid serving sizes and is top-rack dishwasher safe.

Product Features

  • Sold by pack of 7
  • Easy to use & Fits most dinner plates
  • measure your food right on your plate
  • Stop overeating
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe

 

Carb Counting and Meal Planning: Tools to Help You Manage Your Blood Sugar

Monday, October 8th, 2012

 

My Diabetes Organizer: The Essential Planner and Record-Keeper to Manage Your Type 2 Diabetes

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

The Essential Planner and Record-Keeper for People with Type 2 Diabetes

A diagnosis of type 2 diabetes means a lifetime of monitoring both diet and blood sugar. Packed with charts, guides, and advice, this complete health management system helps organize and simplify the lives of people with diabetes. With the planning tools in this handbook, patients can keep track of test results, contact information, and medication records. Favorably reviewed by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, the organizer features:

·12-month check-up charts
·envelopes and pockets for bills, lab test results, doctors’ business cards, and more
·a 30-day journal to get readers into the routine of daily care

By looking beyond bare facts and providing real goals for living with type 2 diabetes, this book serves as a constant companion for vital self-care.

 

Stress Cure Now-A Powerful 3-Step Plan to Manage Stress Without Medications

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Stress is the at the root of all illnesses- physical as well as psychological. Medications, various escapes and even positive thinking work only as a bandage, while the volcano of stress continues to burn. Sooner or later, it erupts through these paper thin layers of temporary fixes.

In “Stress Cure Now,” Dr. Sarfraz Zaidi, MD describes a 3-step plan to get rid of stress at its roots, once and for all. This ground breaking approach is based on his personal awakening, deep medical insight and vast clinical experience. Dr. Zaidi uses the sword of logic to pierce through the layers of stress.

In easy to understand language, Dr. Zaidi describes:

The harmful effects of stress on your body

How the Mind-Body connection works

Stress appears to be due to external factors, but actually, its true root cause resides inside you. Hence, the solution must also be inside you. You don’t need to attend a workshop, learn special techniques or spend a lot of money. In fact, you can be free of all of your stress right Now.

What really is the root cause of the Stress of Daily living, Insomnia, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Phobias, Anger, Hate, Depression, Guilt, Loneliness, Selfishness, Ego, Greed, Prejudice, Bias, Lying, Complaining, Embarrassment, Bipolar Affective Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Addictions including Stress Eating.

We all live in a Conceptual world. How you can be free of the Conceptual world and start to live in the Real world.

What prevents you from living in the Now? How you can start living in the Now, right now.

How to deal with stressful situations without causing any stress for yourself or others.

New insight into the evolution of the human mind. Never before has Dr. Zaidi’s amazing discovery been revealed.

You are ageless. The true “Fountain of Youth” lies inside you. How to tap into this endless source of true Love, Peace and Joy. Discover how the source of all true healing lies inside you.

 

Small Steps to Help You Manage Your Diabetes

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

 

Meal Measure – Manage Your Weight, One Portion At a Time – Made in Minnesota

Friday, September 7th, 2012

Meal Measure helps you manage your weight, one portion at a time. It is easy to use and measures your food right on your plate. meal Measure fits most dinner plates. The cavities of the Meal Measure are labeled vegetable or fruit, startch, and protein. Each Meal measure cavity is one cup at the top with a one-half cup line inside. The protein portion is equal to the size of a deck of cards. Meal Measure follows the USDA My Pyramid serving sizes and is top-rack dishwasher safe.

Product Features

  • Easy to use
  • measure your food right on your plate
  • Fits most dinner plates
  • Stop overeating
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe

 

A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes: Using Natural Supplements, Nutrition, and Alternative Therapies to Better Manage Your Diabetes (Square One Health Guide)

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

If you are among the 17 million American who have diabetes, you are probably working with a doctor to maintain an appropriate treatment program. But what if you could do more to improve your health? In A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes, Gene Bruno reveals natural ways to complement your current diabetes management.

The author first explains what complementary therapy means, stressing that the treatments he recommends are meant to enhance your current diabetes program, not replace it. He then defines diabetes and details nutritional modifications that can be helpful in its control. The remainder of the book is devoted to diabetes symptoms and natural methods for dealing with them, as well as important information on potential interactions between prescription drugs and alternative therapies. Unique in its approach, A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes will help you assume an active role in your diabetes program and enjoy the greatest health possible.

 

1. Essentials of Diabetes What is it? Types. Symptoms and Why they occur DVD 2. Low Blood Sugar – Importance. How to Recognize and Manage it

Saturday, August 25th, 2012