Diabetes Health in The News: Self-Management Needed & Low-Carb

https://media.blubrry.com/diabeteshealthpodcast/p/diabeteshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Aug-20_-2015_-1_18_36-PM.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | Download Click here to listen to the audio version of  Diabetes Health In The News Experts Say Diabetes Self-Management Requires Better Education At the recent American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Conference, two presenters explained the importance of providing diabetes patients with better education on how to manage their condition. While patients as a whole have gotten better at controlling

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Type 2 Diabetes: Nurse’s lifestyle Changes After Her Diagnosis

By Tanya Caylor When Vickie Betz got to age 49 without developing the Type 2 diabetes that had caused her mom so many health problems, she thought she’d escaped that fate. Shortly afterward she received her own diagnosis. “I can’t have cookies anymore!” she wailed. “Yes you can,” her doctor replied. “You just can’t have them every day.” Though disappointed, Betz knew she was fortunate

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Diabetes Health Type 1: More Body Fat Lost with Low-Fat Diet than Low-Carb

  By Stephanie Clarke For years, many people have believed that the best way to lose weight is to follow a low-carb diet, with diets like Atkins and South Beach gaining in popularity. However, a recent study found that a low-fat diet actually has better results that cutting out carbohydrates. The study was completed at the National Institutes of Health, and participants stayed in their

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