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eBook What to Do When the Doctor Says It's Diabetes: The Most important Things You Need to Know About Blood Sugar, Diet, and Exercise for Type I and Type 2 Diabetes ePub

eBook What to Do When the Doctor Says It's Diabetes: The Most important Things You Need to Know About Blood Sugar, Diet, and Exercise for Type I and Type 2 Diabetes ePub

by Melvin R. Stjernholm,Alexis Munier,Winnie Yu

  • ISBN: 1592330606
  • Category: Diets and Weight Loss
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Melvin R. Stjernholm,Alexis Munier,Winnie Yu
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Pr; 1 edition (March 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 283
  • ePub book: 1895 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1453 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 344

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Number three is most important as this is a disease with no cure which requires vigilance in diet, exercise, and medication on a daily basis.

As part of our What to Do When the Doctor Says series, this book will help people newly diagnosed as well as those long-suffering with the disease to 1) understand the disease, 2) treat the disease, and 3) live with the disease. Number three is most important as this is a disease with no cure which requires vigilance in diet, exercise, and medication on a daily basis.

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Title: What to Do When the Doctor Says It's Diabetes: The Most Important Things You Need to Know About Blood Sugar Diet, and Exercise for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes (What to Do When Doctor Says) Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Read full description. Sold bybaham books (972807)99. Registered as business seller. What to Do When the Doctor Says it's Diabetes: The Most Important Things You Need to Know About Blood Sugar Diet, and Exercise for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes by Alexis Munier, Larry Ballonoff (Paperback, 2004).

As part of our What to Do When the Doctor Says series, this book will help people newly diagnosed . This was the most insightful and informational and inspirational book on Diabetes.

As part of our What to Do When the Doctor Says series, this book will help people newly diagnosed as well as those long-suffering with the disease to 1) understand. Healthly eating, exercise, and mental strength - thank you! And knowing the facts - so important. This book truly guided me to help my Mom and prevent me (hopefully) from getting this disease.

Winnie Yu; Melvin R. Stjernholm; Alexis Munier. Alexis Munier is a writer and opera singer who was diagnosed with diabetes at age 13. As part of our What to Do When the Doctor Says series, this book will help people newly diagnosed as well as those long-suffering with the disease to 1) understand the disease, 2) treat the disease, and 3) live with the disease. About the Author: Alexis Munier is a writer and opera singer who was diagnosed with diabetes at age 13. Her disease has never stopped her from pursuing her dreams.

As part of our What to Do When the Doctor Says series, this book will help .

Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes-and it means that your body doesn’t use insulin properly. And while some people can control their blood sugar levels with healthy eating and exercise, others may need medication or insulin to help manage it. Regardless, you have options-and tools, resources, and support to help you fight. A key part of managing type 2 diabetes is maintaining a healthy diet. You need to eat something sustainable that helps you feel better and still makes you feel happy and fed. Remember, it’s a process.

Type I diabetes: Also known as juvenile diabetes, this type occurs when the body . Exercise and diet tips A person with type I diabetes will then use the reading of their blood sugar level to determine how much insulin they need.

Type I diabetes: Also known as juvenile diabetes, this type occurs when the body fails to produce insulin. People with type I diabetes are insulin-dependent, which means they must take artificial insulin daily to stay alive. Exercise and diet tips. If a doctor diagnoses a person with type 2 diabetes, they will often recommend making lifestyle changes to support weight loss and overall health. A doctor may refer a person with diabetes or prediabetes to a nutritionist. A person with type I diabetes will then use the reading of their blood sugar level to determine how much insulin they need. Self-monitoring is the only way a person can find out their blood sugar levels.

If you have diabetes, self-testing your blood sugar (blood glucose) can be an important . Understand how diet and exercise affect blood sugar levels. You may also need to check your blood sugar level more often if you are ill, change your daily routine or begin a new medication

If you have diabetes, self-testing your blood sugar (blood glucose) can be an important tool in managing your treatment plan and preventing diabetes complications. You can test your blood sugar at home with a portable electronic device (glucose meter) that measures sugar level in a small drop of your blood. Understand how other factors, such as illness or stress, affect blood sugar levels. Monitor the effect of diabetes medications on blood sugar levels. You may also need to check your blood sugar level more often if you are ill, change your daily routine or begin a new medication.

The difference between the two types of Diabetes is significant. Diabetes - Facts you need to know. Once your doctor tells you that you have diabetes, the first thing you must do is accept this new reality into your life

The difference between the two types of Diabetes is significant. Type-1 Diabetes is the condition when the body does not produce enough Insulin. Glucose - When people talk about blood sugar levels, they are referring to the Glucose levels in the blood. Glucose is a type of sugar in a persons blood, derived from Carbohydrates, and the level of Glucose varies throughout the day depending on factors such as what is eaten and when along with levels of exercise. Once your doctor tells you that you have diabetes, the first thing you must do is accept this new reality into your life. Pretending the existence of Diabetes is not true will not work.

Everything You Need to Know About Diabetes. Diet and exercise can help some people manage type 2 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes isn’t preventable because it’s caused by a problem with the immune system. If lifestyle changes aren’t enough to lower your blood sugar, you’ll need to take medication. Some causes of type 2 diabetes, such as your genes or age, aren’t under your control either. Yet many other diabetes risk factors are controllable.

As part of our What to Do When the Doctor Says series, this book will help people newly diagnosed as well as those long-suffering with the disease to 1) understand the disease, 2) treat the disease, and 3) live with the disease. Number three is most important as this is a disease with no cure which requires vigilance in diet, exercise, and medication on a daily basis.

Comments

Cherry The Countess Cherry The Countess
I found this book to be extremely well-written. It's easy to read and understand, whether you are a layperson or a medical professional. The technical terms are extremely handy when dealing with a health care professional. I also liked the fact that Ms. Yu includes so many personal stories - gives the reader something to identify with. In the back of the book there are a lot of websites, addresses, and phone numbers for Diabetes organizations. The glossary is also a nice touch. This is a must-have for anyone who has Diabetes or whose family has a history of Diabetes.
Weetont Weetont
This was the most insightful and informational and inspirational book on Diabetes. Having a mother with type 2 diabetes, I am always searching for new information and guidance. Healthly eating, exercise, and mental strength -- thank you! And knowing the facts - so important. This book truly guided me to help my Mom and prevent me (hopefully) from getting this disease. Thank you Ms. Yu.