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Diabetes Book Reviews

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New Book Explains How to ‘Think Like a Pancreas’
New Book Explains How to ‘Think Like a Pancreas’

I wish “Think Like a Pancreas: A Practical Guide to Managing Diabetes With Insulin” (Marlowe & Co., 2004) had been available in 1993 when I was first diagnosed with type 1.

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Anne Peters on Exercising With Diabetes
Anne Peters on Exercising With Diabetes

Anne Peters, MD, is director of the clinical diabetes programs at the University of Southern California (USC). Her latest book, “Conquering Diabetes” (Hudson Street Press, April 2005), has been hailed as one of the most “real” and readable diabetes guidebooks to date.

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‘Good Carbs, Bad Carbs’
‘Good Carbs, Bad Carbs’

“Good Carbs, Bad Carbs” by Johanna Burani, MS, RD, CDE, is a thorough look at nutrition, food and the role of the glycemic index.

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New Book Explores the Voices of Young People With Diabetes
New Book Explores the Voices of Young People With Diabetes

Presenting what it calls “an intimate portrayal of the lives of 13 extraordinary young people,” Novo Nordisk has published “Young Voices, Life With Diabetes.”

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Book Offers Low-Carb Smoothie Options
Book Offers Low-Carb Smoothie Options

Low-carb guru and best-selling cookbook author Dana Carpender’s latest offering is “Low-Carb Smoothies: More Than 50 Fabulous Recipes the Whole Family Will Love.”

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Type 1 Superhero Saves the Day
Type 1 Superhero Saves the Day

“Omega Boy Versus Doctor Diabetes” is a comic book written by brothers Kamaal and Malcolm Washington. The brothers—ages 11 and 9, respectively—are the sons of Alonzo Washington, publisher, co-writer, co-creator and owner of Omega 7 comic books.

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Mama Mia! An Italian Diabetic Cookbook
Mama Mia! An Italian Diabetic Cookbook

Adding to her series of cookbooks, nutritionist and author Robyn Webb has written “Italian Diabetic Meals in 30 Minutes or Less” (American Diabetes Association, 2005).

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New Book Explores What Must Be Done to Stop Obesity and Type 2 Epidemic
New Book Explores What Must Be Done to Stop Obesity and Type 2 Epidemic

Legendary endocrinologist Francine R. Kaufman, MD, has written a new book entitled “Diabesity: The Obesity-Diabetes Epidemic That Threatens America—And What We Must Do To Stop It” (Bantam Books, 2005).

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Cookbook Offers Recipes for All Four Phases of Atkins Approach
Cookbook Offers Recipes for All Four Phases of Atkins Approach

Veronica Atkins, the widow of the late low-carb pioneer Robert Atkins, MD, is coauthor with Stephanie Nathanson of the new “Atkins for Life Low-Carb Cookbook.”

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What Happened to “The Canal Murder”?

Several readers have asked what happened to our serialized novel, “The Canal Murder” by Eve Geisler, of which seven chapters appeared in recent issues of Diabetes Health.

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