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Diabetes Diet | Diabetes Daily Post - Part 6
Diabetes Diet
WATCH OUT FOR THE DIABETES FOOD POLICE
WATCH OUT FOR THE DIABETES FOOD POLICE Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE Clinical Psychologist and Certified Diabetes Educator             With the approach of Thanksgiving (and the holidays), the “diabetes food police” will be out in full force watching every bite we eat.  The diabetes police is a term coined by Psychologist and Certified Diabetes Educator Dr. William Polonsky. The idea illustrates how well-meaning friends, colleagues and family treat a Person with Diabetes (PWD) like a...
Learning About Prediabetes Management and Its Importance
Prediabetes Management and Its Importance Although not all prediabetes patients become diabetic, prediabetes is generally considered as a harbinger for diabetes and most of these patients are at high risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. Occasionally the use of prediabetes as a term for patients who never progress to diabetes has been questioned. Some clinicians suggest the term intermediate hyperglycemia instead. Regardless once diagnosed, the patients need treatment starting with life style modification as a...
Learning More About Weight and Diabetes
Weight and Diabetes Weight and diabetes is a subject studied more frequently in recent years. The diabetes disease epidemic is closely related to obesity. About 80-90 percent of the type 2 diabetes patients are diagnosed as obese. Although not all obese individuals are diabetic, obesity is one of the most significant risks factors for diabetes in the recent years because other risk factors such as race, age, and family history are relatively constant and obesity explosion...
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