For most people with diabetes, the first line of defense is adding exercise to the daily routine. Everyone with diabetes should be getting some physical activity into their lifestyle. The key to good diabetes self-care is simple: stay active by making the most of the activities that are already part of a person's daily life. The "I Hate to Exercise" Book for People with Diabetes shows people with diabetes how to exercise safely and to add exercise to their lifestyle with minimal difficulty. Readers learn how to ease into more exercise, build an active lifestyle, create a fun, low-impact walking program, set realistic goals, chart and evaluate progress. The "I Hate to Exercise" Book for People with Diabetes features more than 60 photographs of models performing the specific exercises in the book. Most of these exercises use very simple equipment: a sturdy chair, some hand weights, and some elastic bands.
Approximately 208,000 Americans under age twenty have diagnosed diabetes, and the number is growing at an alarming rate. From 2001 to 2009, the number of American children diagnosed with type 1 diabetes rose 23 percent; for type 2 diabetes it rose 21 percent. While scientists and government organizations assess the reasons for the increase, parents are left to deal with its day-to-day ramifications, and to guide their children through the discovery and treatment process.Jeff Hitchcock, the editor of this volume, was in desperate need of advice for how to best support his young daughter after her diagnosis. When he searched for support, he was shocked by how little information existed. So he started his own support group, Children with Diabetes. And now, more than twenty years later, Children with Diabetes has answered more than twenty thousand questions from other parents, gets more than twenty thousand daily hits on its website, and has a highly respected Diabetes Team, a wealth of on-call experts for parents in need of support. In this volume, Jeff has collected a whopping 101 tips for parents. The tips answer questions such as: What does the diagnosis mean? How do I get help? Should I change my child's eating habits? What does insulin mean, and how is it used? And what should I tell my child's teacher? For ease of reference, they're categorized, so answers can quickly and easily be found. They're also provided in simple, jargon-free, and easy-to-understand language.
La diabetes se contagia o se hereda? Como se si se me subio el azucar? Que puedo comer de colacion. Estas son algunas de las dudas que los expertos de la American Diabetes Association te responden de una manera rapida, amena y sin terminos cientificos. Si tu o algun ser querido han sido diagnosticados con ese padecimiento, este libro sera imprescindible pues aunado a la ayuda de tu medico, te dara las herramientas que necesitas para adquirir nuevos habitos desde la alimentacion, el ejercicio y los medicamentos, hasta tu dia a dia en lo laboral, social y emocional. A pesar de que Mexico ocupa uno de los primeros lugares en casos de diabetes en el mundo, gracias a multiples investigaciones ahora sabemos que vivir con esta enfermedad puede ser sinonimo de bienestar. Llego el momento de ordenar tus prioridades, tomarte el tiempo para escuchar a tu cuerpo y ponerlos a ti y a tu salud en el primer lugar de la lista. "Este libro logra, de manera perfecta, entregar al lector elementos muy claros para prevenir y atender la diabetes en el dia a dia de las personas, incluyendo las posibles complicaciones de la enfermedad." Anabel Fiorella Espinosa de Candido, licenciada en Nutricion, maestra en Salud Publica e investigadora en Salud alimentaria en El Poder del Consumidor A.C. Aprende a convivir con la diabetes.
With 2-Day Diabetes Diet, there are no forbidden foods and no carb-counting. You just need to restrict what you eat for 2 days a week. You will see the pounds drop off, your blood sugar levels stabilize, and your waist shrink.Diet just 2 days a week to drop the pounds and dodge type 2 diabetes In a recent study, researchers in the UK found that restricting carbohydrates just two days per week was superior to a standard, daily calorie-restricted diet for both reducing weight (about 9 pounds lost vs 5 pounds) and lowering insulin levels (reduced by 22% vs 4 %). Based on this and other research indicating that safe weight loss is the key to reversing and preventing diabetes, Reader's Digest has partnered with registered dietitian and diabetes expert Erin Palinski to distill the latest science to create an easy-to-follow plan that allows people with diabetes to have their cake--and other carbs--and still keep their blood sugar under control. A diagnosis of diabetes can be overwhelming and frightening, and even many of those who have lived with diabetes for years often struggle with the question of what they can eat. The 2-Day Diabetes Diet makes it simple--there are no forbidden foods and no carb-counting. You just need to restrict what you eat for 2 days a week--and research suggests you will see the pounds drop off, your blood sugar levels stabilize, and your waist shrink. On those 2 days a week, you follow the low-carb "Power Burn" program, and consume approximately 600 calories of selected foods. What does that look like on your plate? How about a 2-egg omelet with onions and peppers plus yogurt for breakfast; a hearty bowl of carrot soup plus fresh fruit for lunch; meatloaf and broccoli for dinner with milk; and a cup of sweet grapes for a snack? Or Canadian bacon and spinach for breakfast with a cup of milk; vegetable soup and half a banana topped with peanut butter for lunch; grilled chicken and zucchini over pasta for dinner; and an orange with a cup of milk for a snack. With real delicious food filling your tummy, you won't believe it all adds up to only about 600 calories. For the rest of the week, you follow a delicious 1500-calorie-a-day Mediterranean-style eating plan--we call these "Nourishment" days. You can enjoy a bounty of brightly colored fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, and even a few treats. The book will include:
- A 2-week day-by-day meal plan that lays out sample Power Burn and Nourishment days
- More than 60 meal options, including restaurant and frozen food options, so you can customize the menus to your taste and lifestyle
- More than 50 delicious diabetes-friendly recipes
- An optional easy walking and strength-training program to boost results even more
- Stress-reducing exercises to help you ward off cravings and reduce hunger
- Success stories from the 10 men and women who tried the plan with amazing results
The plan is designed to be flexible--you can do your Power Burn days whenever works for you, and you can personalize almost any meal to suit your tastes--and will work for both people with type 2 diabetes and those at risk.
According to recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 34.9 percent or 78.6 million U.S. adults are obese. In addition, about 17 percent, or 12.7 million U.S. children, between the ages of 2 to 19, are obese. In addition, obesity-related conditions, such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and even some cancers are increasing. These alarming statistics coupled with the exponential growth of medical costs to treat obesity, have created an urgency to find effective treatment options. Weight-loss (bariatric) surgery has become a preferred, and cost-effective, treatment option.This book is an overview of weight loss surgery. Written by Scott A. Cunneen, MD, FACS, the Director of Bariatric Surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angles and leading expert, the book is a concise resource for people with diabetes who are considering weight-loss surgery. Following the American Diabetes Association's 21 Things Series premise and structure, Dr. Cunneen covers all the important questions patients have when facing weight-loss surgery, such as, the types of bariatric surgery, how to prepare for the procedure, what to expect after surgery, establishing new habits and food routines, and managing the patients expectations.
Get Off Your Diabetes Meds in Under a Month and Stop Pre-Diabetes in Its Path
Cher Pastore will dramatically revamp your health in under a month with her certified diet plan. Geared toward individuals who are diabetic or pre-diabetic, Cher's established method uses smart and proven nutrition to lower insulin levels, produce weight loss, lower blood pressure and get people off diabetes medication for good.
Cher details which foods are best for optimal results and organizes it all in a meal plan, making it straightforward for anyone to follow. The enticing and healthy recipes are exciting and effortless, and will keep you on the path to beat diabetes. Wake up to a nourishing breakfast with the Green Goddess Smoothie or Energizing A ai Bowl. Lunch is made easy with Zest Tomato and Avocado Tartine or Baked Falafel Burgers. Dinner will delight with a Spicy Chana Masala or Zucchini Spaghetti. You'll experience new flavors each day.
With Cher's expert direction, you'll put diabetes in your past with simple and fast recipes.
The latest scientific research confirms that you can live well and long with diabetes without suffering from its more devastating health complications. Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you have the ability to improve the quality and length of your life through physical activity, a positive mental outlook, and certain diabetes tools and medications. Now, the longest living people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes share the secrets that have helped them achieve longevity and wellness.
From interviews with more than fifty people who have thrived with the condition for as many as 84 years, diabetes authorities Drs. Colberg and Edelman distill their lifelong habits into fifty user-friendly, easy-to-adopt secrets. Featuring profiles of ten people who have each lived an average of 65 years with diabetes and practical advice for incorporating each secret into your daily life, this invaluable resource will inform, inspire, and motivate you to live well--and fully--to 90 and beyond.
Find out what some of the secrets are:
- Live first and be diabetic second
- Know your numbers and assume nothing
- Have kids if you want to
- Erase your mistakes with exercise
No matter what type of diabetes you have, you control the ability to escape serious complications (or control the ones you may have) and add years, if not decades, to your life.
In 52 Ways to Beat Diabetes, the editors of Bottom Line Inc. give you an entire year of tips, ideas, and actions on how you can beat diabetes now, from some of the top health experts in the world
This short, easy primer is specially designed to give diabetic readers concise, quick tips and tricks for a healthy and vibrant healthy lifestyle. Articles include:
- Manage your blood sugar
- Fight back with natural treatments
- Discover simple, easy exercises
Whether you're hoping to live better with diabetes or facing the first shock of a diagnosis, Bottom Line is here to help you start your journey towards tackling diabetes.
Most of the 18.2 million Americans currently living with diabetes have been advised by their doctors, or other health-care providers, that weight loss is essential for them to control their condition and stay healthy. However, the vast majority of people fail miserably at dieting, ultimately regaining the pounds they manage to lose. The latest research confirms, though, that diabetic people do not have to lose significant amounts of body fat to be healthy. The 7 Step Diabetes Fitness Plan guides people step-by-step to achieve a healthy body despite having excess body fat and diabetes or pre-diabetes--primarily by becoming physically fit. With practical information and tips on physical fitness, blood sugar balance with physical activity, nutrition, nutritional supplements, emotional fitness, diabetic medications, motivation, and more, The 7 Step Diabetes Fitness Plan gives readers the knowledge they need to prevent, reverse, and control their diabetes through fitness--and to live a long, healthy life without the need for dieting and weight loss--making this the essential diabetes fitness resource.