Living With Diabetes
A Guide for Patients and ParentsBook - 2011 | Revised edition
Provides information on coping with diabetes, including exercise, diet, and how to choose a healthcare provider.
Ingram Publishing Services
Written by a leading expert in the field, this is a helpful guide that describes and gives effective ideas of how to cope with a diagnosis.
With diabetes one of the most common diseases in the western world, the African-American community is particularly at risk. This book explores why, including the causes and risk factors for Type-2 diabetes as well as treatments.
LIVING WITH DIABETES discusses strategies for coping with a diagnosis, the role of insulin, how to start exercising, the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet designed for diabetics, long-term complications, and more. This comprehensive book concludes with over twenty-five delicious recipes from the American Diabetes Association.