Steve Parker, M.D.

Date Registered: Dec 23, 2008

Name: Steve Parker, M.D.

Recent Posts:

From the thread Is there a Mediterranean diet adapted for people with type 2 diabetes? in the Food forum:
I have changed the name of the Diabetic Mediterranean Diet to Low-Carb Mediterranean Diet. To view it, please visit the new URL:
Posted on July 8, 2010 19:40
After much research and analysis, I've composed version 1.0 of my Diabetic Mediterranean Diet, which is the world's first published low-carb Mediterranean diet. If interested, please visit: -Steve
Posted on March 8, 2010 16:14

I can't find my Sonoma diet book after a recent move.  According to Google Book Search ( I love this!), the Sonoma book has three mentions of diabetes in the index, and you can read all three of them.  Nothing comprehensive here for people with diabetes. 

I'm exploring adaptation of the Mediterranean diet for people with diabetes at a blog I started in April.  Come have a look if interested:

Posted on June 23, 2009 15:56

Thanks, boolkass.  I'm familiar with the Sonoma Diet - very good book on Mediterranean-style weight loss.  I'll have to pull it out of storage and review.  Read it about 3 years ago.  Like you, I've not see the Miami Mediterranean book yet.


Posted on June 23, 2009 15:37
Thanks for your thoughts, taulandi. I posted the question over at the ADA website forums and haven't gotten anything defitinitive back yet. There was a mention of a book, "The Mediterranean Diet" by Cloutier and Adamson. My recollection from reading it five years ago was that diabetes was a minor part of the book. -Steve
Posted on January 22, 2009 15:31
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