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Reverse Your Diabetes provides all the information and support you need to take control of type 2 diabetes and, potentially, to reverse it.
Based on the latest research and proven results, this clear and effective programme outlines the key steps you need to take to turn around your health: watch what you eat, get more active, monitor your progress and commit to change. Written by diabetes expert Dr David Cavan and in association, Reverse Your Diabetes also tackles the myths and misinformation about type 2 diabetes.
This is an essential book that will empower you to take control of your diabetes and maximise your health for good.
Internationally recognised as the "carb & calorie counting bible", our visual method of showing hundreds of food photos makes counting carbs and calories a breeze. With up to 6 portion photos for each food item, choosing sensible portion sizes is quick and easy!
The essential resource for diabetes management, weight loss, portion control and healthy eating.
The book includes 26 different colour-coded sections containing popular UK food and drink items: Biscuits & Crackers, Bread, Breakfast, Cakes & Bakery, Cheese, Desserts, Drinks, Eggs, Fruit, Gluten Free, Meals, Meal Accompaniments, Meat, Chicken & Fish, Milk & Cream, Nuts & Seeds, Pasta & Noodles, Potatoes & Tubers, Rice & Grains, Sandwiches, Snacks & Confectionery, Soup, Spreads & Sauces, Vegetables & Pulses, Vegetarian Alternatives, Yogurt and Eating Out.
The brains behind the #1 bestselling Carbs & Cals are back! This time with the perfect book for people following a very low-calorie diet, such as the 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet.
* 75 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes
* 30 daily meal plans (all 800 cals or less)
* 20 low-calorie snacks
* 330 photos of ingredients to help you plan your own meals and snacks
* Values for carbs, calories, protein, fat, saturated fat, fibre and 5-a-day fruit & veg
* An informative introduction, explaining the scientific evidence behind the blood sugar diet and other very low-calorie diets
* 15 breakfasts
* 5 curries
* 15 salads
* 5 slow cooker dishes
* 5 stir-fries
* 10 soups
* 6 smoothies
* 15 general healthy meals
* 20 snacks
* 54 pages of individual ingredients
Featuring a range of beautifully designed, mouth-watering recipes, scrumptious snacks and 30 helpful daily meal plans, this visual guide helps you meet your calorie allowance. Be inspired! Planning very low-calorie meals has never been easier!
This is part of the bestselling Carbs & Cals series of health books. Check out the other books in the series: SALADS, SOUPS, SMOOTHIES, 5:2 DIET PHOTOS, the award-winning CARB & CALORIE COUNTER and POCKET COUNTER. Available now on Amazon.
Filled with 750 photos of African, Arabic, Caribbean and South Asian foods, this visual guide is the essential resource for diabetes management, carb awareness, weight loss, portion control and healthy eating. The Carbs & Cals range of books is nationally recognised as the leading resource for diabetes & weight loss, using their revolutionary method of showing hundreds of food photos to make counting carbs and calories a breeze. FEATURES: - 750 photos of food & drinks commonly consumed by African, Arabic, Caribbean and South Asian communities - Carb content clearly displayed using blood glucose icons, highlighting each portion's possible effect on blood glucose level - Values for calories & fat also shown - Up to 3 portions for each food - Pictorial format makes the book accessible for those with limited English language skills - Informative introduction, explaining blood glucose and diabetes, the amount and type of carbs (and other nutrients) to consume, glycaemic index, culturally relevant food swap ideas and a guide to weight loss. CHAPTERS: Includes sections for African, Arabic, Caribbean and South Asian foods (arranged into meals, sides, snacks, breads, desserts and drinks), along with a general section encompassing foods commonly eaten by all the communities.
The Carbs & Cals POCKET COUNTER is a pocket-size version of the #1 bestselling Carbs & Cals CARB & CALORIE COUNTER. Our simple visual method of showing hundreds of food and drink photos makes counting carbs and calories a breeze. Simply compare the food on your plate with the portions in the book to quickly see the nutritional content of your meal. FEATURES; Over 800 food & drink photos. Nutrients in colour-coded circles. Values for carbs, calories, protein, fat, saturated fat, fibre and 5-a-day. NEW! Updated nutritional values
You can reverse pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes when you change how you eat International diabetes expert David Cavan has teamed up with food writer and type 1 diabetic Emma Porter to create 100 low-carb, healthy-fat recipes to help reverse type 2 diabetes and prediabetes, and control type 1 diabetes as part of a healthy lifestyle. From simple breakfasts and tasty snacks to indulgent dinners and healthy desserts the authors will help you take control of your health and cook meals the whole family will enjoy. The recipes also help manage type 1 diabetes more effectively. Recipes include: Baked eggs in avocado with roasted fennel and tomatoes One-pan blueberry pancake Roasted aubergine and garlic salad with olive oil, basil and tomato Mexican-style fajitas Nutty mushroom risotto with bacon Slow-roasted salt and pepper pulled pork Orange and almond cake Cherry, chocolate and coconut cream ice lollies
'I believe we have eaten our way into this epidemic of diabetes and obesity and that we can eat our way out of it' Dr David Unwin from his Foreword In 2012 Giancarlo Caldesi was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Since adopting a low-carb diet he has lost almost 4 stone and put his diabetes into remission - transforming his and his family's health. Working with nutritionist Jenny Phillips, Giancarlo and his wife Katie show you how to enjoy a low carb but not no-carb way of life with simple recipes using easy-to-source ingredients that will fill you up without fattening you up. Steak and Chips are still on the menu, as are delicious curries such as Butter Chicken and Spinach Paneer, even puddings like Hot Chocolate Pots or Peanut Butter & Jelly Cake. An initial diagnosis of diabetes can be shocking and the masses of information daunting, but Katie and Giancarlo share their personal experience of diabetes and weight loss to empower you to make your own informed decisions about food, without sacrificing any of the flavour.
Many of us, at the best of times, struggle for inspiration when it comes to cooking - and that's without a medical condition that may affect our eating habits and require careful management. The right diet is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle and all the more important for the successful management of diabetes. Fully updated for a UK audience Diabetes Cookbook For Dummies will include the latest dietary recommendations and medical information on diabetes and its management. Packed with over 100 delicious and easy to prepare recipes - for everyday eating and entertaining - alongside a brand new section on packing healthy lunches and picnics, this book will help make mealtimes interesting and healthy. The book also offers guidance on the glycaemic index, nutritional information, diabetic exchanges for each recipe and lifestyle advice to help readers take control of their condition and live life to the full. Diabetes Cookbook For Dummies will feature: Part I: Thriving with Diabetes Living To Eat With Diabetes Eating To Live With Diabetes Planning Meals for Weight Loss Goals Eating What You Like (Within Reason) Stocking Up at the Supermarket Part II: Healthy Recipes That Taste Great Enjoying the Benefits of Breakfast Starting Well: Hors d'Oeuvres and First Courses Sipping Simply Divine Soups Taking a Leaf From the Salad Bar Being Full of Beans (and Grains and Pasta) Adding Veg to Your Meals Boning Up on Fish Cookery Flocking to Poultry Creating Balanced Meals with Meats Nibbling on Snacks Drooling Over Mouth-Watering Desserts Part III: Eating Away from Home Eating Out as a Nourishing Experience Packing a Picnic Lunch Part IV: The Part of Tens Ten (or So) Simple Steps to Change Your Eating Habits Ten Easy Substitutions in Your Eating Plan Ten Strategies to Normalize Your Blood Glucose Ten Healthy Eating Habits for Children with Diabetes Part V: Appendixes Appendix A: Investing in Food Supplements for Optimum Health Appendix B: Exchange Lists Appendix C: A Glossary of Key Cooking Terms Appendix D: Conversions of Weights, Measures, and Sugar Substitutes Appendix E: Other Recipe Sources for People with Diabetes
Over 200,000 people in Ireland suffer from type 2 diabetes and are dependent on medication to manage it. Most health professionals consider it a chronic disease for which medication is the only solution. But there is an alternative. Dr Eva Orsmond has successfully helped her patients reverse their type 2 diabetes through diet, supplements and hard work. Dr Eva is passionate about empowering sufferers to take control of their health and here she shares her complete diet plan for reversing the disease. Based on proven results and the latest research, and including over 60 delicious recipes, Dr Eva's four-phase diet plan is a clear and effective programme for anyone wishing to turn around their health and potentially come off diabetes medication for good.
Gestational diabetes, or diabetes during pregnancy, is an increasingly common medical condition, affecting around 35,000 women in England and Wales each year, with a threefold increase in diagnosis in the number of people diagnosed in the past ten years. A diagnosis of diabetes in pregnancy can be stressful and overwhelming and there are often more questions than answers, from 'why me'? to 'what's safe to eat?' to what's going to happen to my baby'? This book, written by by a leading consultant diabetologist, provides a practical, no nonsense approach to understanding the condition, reducing risks and achieving the balance of blood sugar that is crucial to a healthy outcome. Topics include: What is gestational diabetes? Coming to terms with the diagnosis Ante-natal care and support Diet and lifestyle Exercise Medication to help protect you and your baby Getting ready for delivery Your baby's birth and afterwards Diet plans and recipes
Poorly controlled diabetes can cut up to 20 years from your life expectancy. And it's on the rise, affecting nearly 3 million people in the UK (1 in 20). Much suffering could be avoided if people took control of their diabetes sooner. This concise, authoritative guide shows how a healthy, balanced diet helps avoid the worse complications of diabetes such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, kidney disease, impotence and poor vision. Topics include: * The pancreas - controlling glucose levels * Types of diabetes and their symptoms * Risk factors for diabetes * Complications of poorly controlled diabetes * Treating diabetes with drugs * Treating diabetes by changing your lifestyle * Diet and diabetes - the first steps * Using supplements safely
The aim of this guide is to provide clinicians with practical reference for the management of hypertensive patients with other cardiovascular risk factors, which originate from impaired metabolic functions. With the aid of carefully selected, paradigmatic case studies, the physician will find sound advice for the best approach to common but often under-recognized clinical situations, and answers to practical questions that arise when a specific condition is not directly addressed in the guidelines. Question-and-answer sections will help the reader to identify at a glance the most complex steps in the diagnostic and therapeutic process. In a "real world" clinical setting, the hypertensive patient rarely presents with hypertension as the only cardiovascular risk factor, and is more likely to be affected by other metabolic risk factors, such as impairment of lipid metabolism, glucose homeostasis, and purine metabolism, and by overweight or obesity. These cases will serve as a basis for analyzing best practice, highlighting problems in diagnosis and treatment, and selecting the most appropriate management of patients with metabolic risk factors in everyday practice.
You can control or even prevent diabetes!
Dr. David Nathan is a lead researcher on the landmark National Institutes of Health study that proved that diabetes can be beaten without drugs. His Harvard Medical School colleague Linda Delahanty is a leading international expert on nutrition and diabetes control. Together they bring you the first complete, medically proven program for preventing or controlling diabetes.
Don't just survive - thrive! That's the message of this state-of-the-art guide to diabetes management. From causes, symptoms and side effects to treatments and diet, this book will help British diabetics understand all types of diabetes and delivers sound advice on staying fit and feeling great. The best-selling second edition has been updated to cover key information on managing pre-diabetes, plus new content on screening tests, medications and lifestyle advice. With additional information on the latest advances in therapy for diabetes and its complications, this new edition will make sure you're covered from every aspect.
Discover how to manage diabetes for a healthier and happier life! Written for anyone diagnosed with type 2 diabetes (and for anyone who loves someone with diabetes), Managing Type 2 Diabetes For Dummies is an essential guide to understanding the effects of diabetes and knowing what steps to take to successfully manage this chronic illness. Diabetes can lead to serious complications but people with diabetes can control the condition and lower the risk of its many complications. This is your easy-to-understand guide that shows you how. Under the direction of The American Diabetes Association, Managing Type 2 Diabetes For Dummies gives hope to the one in 11 people in the United States who are affected by the disease. Written in simple-to-understand terms, Managing Type 2 Diabetes For Dummies is filled with a wealth of expert advice and includes the most current information on recent medical advances for treatment. Improperly managed diabetes and consistently high blood glucose levels can lead to serious diseases affecting the heart and blood vessels, eyes, kidneys, nerves, and teeth. With the authorities at the American Diabetes Association on your side, you will have a practical handbook for preventing complications and managing diabetes with confidence! Prevent and manage the complications of the disease Combat diabetes-related anxiety and depression Lead a healthy life with type 2 diabetes Tap into the better living "rules of the road" with Managing Type 2 Diabetes For Dummies. By modifying your diet, consulting with your doctors, staying active, and understanding what medications are right for you, you will be on the path to a happier and healthier lifestyle.
Diabetes is a serious illness that can be managed If you're one of the 17 million Americans stricken with diabetes, it's time to strike back. The pH Miracle for Diabetes offers an easy-to-follow program that will help you take control of Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. Showing you how you can maintain the proper alkaline environment your body needs, this all-natural plan can help you slow, stop, or even reverse the disease and the damage it causes-without the high doses of medication most diabetics use. In just twelve weeks, this groundbreaking program will revitalize your health and renew your spirit. Discover: * Which foods you should eat, which to avoid, and which are best for normalizing blood sugar levels * Dozens of delicious recipes to balance your body's pH * How to replace low-blood sugar quick fixes with healthy, effective alternatives * Guidelines for managing stress and exercising safely * How the "no pain, no gain" approach to fitness leads to overacidity and a rise in blood sugar * Why a cleanse-or "liquid feast"-is the most effective start to the pH eating plan and renewing your energy ...and much more.
Written by renowned competitive body builder and Sports Nutritionist Phil Graham The Diabetic Muscle and Fitness Guide is the first ever evidence-based muscle building and fat loss resource written for people living with diabetes. Whether you want to shred fat, build a set of chiseled abs, pack on quality muscle mass or smash personal bests in the gym - this resource is your definite go to for rapid body redesign and strength development when living with diabetes. The book provides a deep insight into the underlying physiology of diabetes and how it influences human metabolism, nutrition requirements and examines the body's response to different types of exercise especially weights resistance exercise. Various other elements including; mindset, diabetes medication, diabetes management, sports supplementation and much more are discussed in great detail. Every strategy is grounded on real life experience, countless hours of trial and error and evidence-based study. The book is written in an easy to digest format, occasionally delving into deeper scientific language to empower you with the exact knowledge, structure, and methods of assessment needed to ensure your body is always moving in the right direction. The modern day personal trainer will find this resource incredibly valuable, as nowadays they face more clients living with diabetes (especially Type 2) than ever before. This resource will teach the fit pro everything they need to know about coaching the client living with diabetes.
This richly illustrated book provides a detailed description of the gross anatomy, light microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy of the adipose organ, which comprises subcutaneous and visceral fat depots. Findings in mice of differing genetic backgrounds (obesity prone and resistant) and maintained in standard and various physiologic and pathologic conditions are presented. The latter conditions include chronic cold exposure, warm exposure, fasting, pregnancy-lactation, and obesity. Features of the fetal adipose organ are described in a separate chapter, and results from transgenic mice are also presented when relevant. The human adipose organ is addressed in several chapters that include magnetic resonance and fetal findings. Most of the results regarding the adipose organ anatomy in different physiologic conditions are new, and the story of pink adipocytes (white-to-pink transdifferentiation) is quite innovative. The concept of using browning of the adipose organ as a therapeutic tool for obesity must take into consideration the anatomic and morphologic aspects described here, and the study of pink adipocytes could lead to a better comprehension of breast cancer tumor biology. This book will be of interest to all scientists who deal with obesity and related disorders.
Diabetes used to be rare and clear. One boy in the school had Type 1 and a friend of a friend's granny had Type 2. We now see adults being diagnosed with Type 1 and children developing Type 2. There are over 400 million diabetics world-wide - four times as many as in 1980. The vast majority of these have Type 2 - sometimes judged as a `lifestyle' disease. The traditional view of diabetes is that is it a "chronic and progressive" condition and that nothing can be done about it. Serious complications include loss of eyesight, amputations and death. This book has gathered together some of the finest minds working in the field of diabetes and diet. The result is a collection of chapters by thought leaders, academics and doctors addressing the big issues. What is diabetes? What are the different types? What causes it? Who gets it? Why do we eat so much carbohydrate? Why do diabetics die of heart disease? Why do athletes commonly get Type 2 diabetes? The writers in this book approach diabetes from many different angles, but they all share one common belief: Diabetes does not need to be "chronic and progressive." Both Type 1 and Type 2 can be substantially alleviated and the latter can be `put into remission.' Let us tell you how...
This guide is structured to assist physicians in the management of those hypertensive patients who present with specific comorbidities, such as diabetes, systolic dysfunction, obesity, renal disease, or previous cardiac events, often associated with hypertension. The clinical cases contained in this book have been selected to provide a paradigmatic set of scenarios frequently encountered in daily clinical practice, and will serve as an easy-to-access tool in applying general guidelines to individual patients, particularly in the choice of the most appropriate antihypertensive therapy. Treatment of hypertension with associated clinical conditions require specific therapies and combinations of drugs, which are necessarily different from one comorbidity to another. By discussing exemplary cases that may better represent clinical practice in a "real world" setting, and analyzing step by step the diagnostic and therapeutic process, this book will assist cardiologists and physicians in selecting the diagnostic tools and forms of treatment best suited to the individual patient and the particular cardiovascular risk profile.
A fascinating and moving memoir by a renowned physician and pioneer of modern diabetes treatment. This account of a life's work is a compelling read and essential for anyone affected by diabetes, an illness that has reached epidemic levels across the world. Following his medical training, during which he studied under a roll call of eminent and eccentric professors, Jeremy Bending went on to work at a variety of international posts, from the vibrant and welcoming community he served in Accra during his elective period, to his isolated and close-knit charges as a GP in remote Newfoundland. It was upon returning from these travels that Jeremy's career took its decisive turn. During his time as research fellow at Guy's Hospital he was involved in the development of insulin-pump treatment, a technological advance which would revolutionise medical care for diabetes, and he has never looked back, setting up a pioneering diabetes team and centre in Eastbourne and becoming an internationally recognised authority on the subject in the process. Jeremy's humanity and erudition are on display throughout as he recounts touching incidents from his work and personal life with a warmth and sincerity that has served him well throughout his long and distinguished career as a `listening doctor' - as opposed to one who `cuts anything out or sticks anything in'. This book is littered with pertinent advice for those affected by diabetes and features many patients' stories that will help people with diabetes and their families better understand the condition.
Around 500,000 people in the UK have type 1 diabetes - about 10% of the total with diabetes. It can develop at any age, but often in previously very healthy children and young adults. This is the first book in many years that has been published in the UK to support people with type 1 diabetes in managing their condition. Drawing on his many years working at one of the leading diabetes centres in the UK, Dr David Cavan provides a practical guide to managing all aspects of the condition, including insulin pump therapy and the latest technology available. This cutting-edge book presents invaluable advice that will offer genuine hope to adults with type 1 diabetes and their families.
This practical, easy to read book tells you everything you need to know to take good care of your diabetes. Having diabetes means that you need to make yourself better informaed about this condition than the average doctor. In this remarkable book, Dr Ragnar Hanas shows you step-by-step how to become an expert in your own diabetes. Medical research has conclusively proved that looking after your diabetes- and keeping your blood glucose level down- is the key to avoiding the pitfalls and long term risks. This book gives you all the strategies, tips and tricks to get your blood glucose down and keep it in control. By understanding your Type 1 Diabetes and how to manage it, you can live a full, happy and healthy life. Remember: you have diabetes - it doesn't 'have' you! This practical handbook gives you: A step-by-step guide to achieving optimal health with diabetes for young people with Type 1 Diabetes and their parents, as well as health care professionals, teachers, schools, councellors and many others. Straightforward guidance on blood glucose, hypos, healthy eating, exercise, illness, smoking, travel and many other topics. Practical checklists and stories of other people with diabetes. Details of support groups and organisations to go to for further help & support. An extensive glossary defining 178 medical terms. Over 400 illustrations and cartoons. Over 1000 references to articles and journals.
UPDATED 2018. This substantially updated new edition offers detailed help on cooking for people with diabetes, including an extensive introduction that helps to explain the condition and offers advice on all aspects of nutrition as well as weight management and exercise. Guidance is given on how to live with diabetes, with advice on managing the condition, alleviating the symptoms, controlling your weight and reducing medication, and bringing together the latest thinking on dietary and lifestyle advice to help understand the condition while offering clear guidelines on what and when to eat. There is then a fantastic selection of tempting but healthy recipes, to help tailor food intake to individual requirements, with recipes to inspire diabetic cooks and enable them to continue to enjoy food with family and friends, with breakfast suggestions, snacks, light meals, main courses, and even puddings and desserts. There is a special section on diabetes in children, as well as advice and support for how to manage the condition through puberty, pregnancy and through the ageing process. The 150 recipes provide everything that is needed for a varied and enjoyable diet, with recipes that friends and family will enjoy such as Roasted Chicken with Mediterranean Vegetables, Grilled Mackerel with Spicy Dahl, and Wild Mushroom and Fontina Tarts. Each recipe comes with complete nutritional notes Fully illustrated with over 650 photographs, this book will be welcome reading for anyone living with diabetes.
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