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Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook 2ND Edition

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A vital sourcebook for the millions of women diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

Are you living with Type 2 diabetes? If so, youre not alone. More women are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes today than ever before. Women with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, nerve damage, kidney disease, high-blood pressure, and eye disease. Fortunately, Type 2 diabetes can be managed and in some cases even reversed. The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women provides much-needed information on living with this disease.

In clear, accessible language, bestselling author and bioethicist, M. Sara Rosenthal explains the causes and effects of the disease. She addresses the unique physical and emotional aspects Type 2 diabetes presents for women, offering advice and tips for good self-management, nutrition, exercise, and self-testing.

A major revision of the authors earlier book on the subject, The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women also discusses:

  • Signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes
  • The revised screening guidelines for diagnosis
  • How women's hormones interact with insulin
  • How menopause and pregnancy affect diabetes management
  • How low-carb diets can be dangerous for women with Type 2 diabetes
  • How to follow the ADA carb counting guidelines while avoiding weight gain
  • The latest medications and treatments available

With the The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women, youll learn how to work with your health-care team to make the right lifestyle changes, prevent long-term complications, and live a fuller, healthier life.

Synopsis:

Don't let Type 2 diabetes stop you from enjoying a healthy, active life!

With good self-management you can keep your Type 2 diabetes under control. The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook, Third Edition, gives you information you need to better manage your condition and your life. This thoroughly updated edition covers everything from nutrition therapy and exercise to the unique emotional and financial issues the disease can raise for you and your loved ones.

The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook, Third Edition, features:

  • Expert recommendations for diet and exercise
  • Information on new testing and clinical practices based on the latest guidelines from the American Diabetes Association
  • The latest on new medications and Medicare and prescription drug benefits
  • Strategies for coping with the psychological and social challenges of diabetes
  • Guidance for parents of children with Type 2 diabetes
  • An up-to-date listing of helpful organizations and other resources

Whether you have just been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or have been living with the disease for years, this empowering book will help you live a better life.

Synopsis:

A vital sourcebook for the millions of women diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

Are you living with Type 2 diabetes? If so, you’re not alone. More women are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes today than ever before. Women with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, nerve damage, kidney disease, high-blood pressure, and eye disease. Fortunately, Type 2 diabetes can be managed and in some cases even reversed. The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women provides much-needed information on living with this disease.

In clear, accessible language, bestselling author and bioethicist, M. Sara Rosenthal explains the causes and effects of the disease. She addresses the unique physical and emotional aspects Type 2 diabetes presents for women, offering advice and tips for good self-management, nutrition, exercise, and self-testing.

A major revision of the author’s earlier book on the subject, The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women also discusses:

  • Signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes
  • The revised screening guidelines for diagnosis
  • How women's hormones interact with insulin
  • How menopause and pregnancy affect diabetes management
  • How low-carb diets can be dangerous for women with Type 2 diabetes
  • How to follow the ADA carb counting guidelines while avoiding weight gain
  • The latest medications and treatments available

With the The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women, you’ll learn how to work with your health-care team to make the right lifestyle changes, prevent long-term complications, and live a fuller, healthier life.

Description:

Includes bibliographical references (p. ([307]-311) and index.

About the Author

David Drum is a health and business writer and the author of Alternative Therapies for Managing Diabetes, Making the Chemotherapy Decision, and The Chronic Pain Management Sourcebook.

Terry Zierenberg, R.N., CDE, is a diabetes case manager with Children's Hospital in Los Angeles. She is also the former program coordinator for the Diabetes Care Center in Tarzana, California, and a former diabetes nurse specialist with Medtronic MiniMed, Inc.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780737303858
Foreword:
Ezrin, Calvin
Author:
Zierenberg, Terry
Author:
Rosenthal, M. Sara
Author:
Drum, David
Author:
Ezrin, Calvin
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill McGraw-Hill
Location:
Los Angeles :
Subject:
General
Subject:
Diseases - Diabetes
Subject:
Insulin
Subject:
Low-carbohydrate diet
Subject:
High-protein diet
Subject:
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes
Subject:
Insulin -- Metabolism -- Regulation.
Copyright:
Edition Number:
2
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series:
Sourcebooks
Series Volume:
v. 89
Publication Date:
20051219
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
416
Dimensions:
9.23x7.43x1.04 in. 1.45 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Don't let Type 2 diabetes stop you from enjoying a healthy, active life!

With good self-management you can keep your Type 2 diabetes under control. The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook, Third Edition, gives you information you need to better manage your condition and your life. This thoroughly updated edition covers everything from nutrition therapy and exercise to the unique emotional and financial issues the disease can raise for you and your loved ones.

The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook, Third Edition, features:

  • Expert recommendations for diet and exercise
  • Information on new testing and clinical practices based on the latest guidelines from the American Diabetes Association
  • The latest on new medications and Medicare and prescription drug benefits
  • Strategies for coping with the psychological and social challenges of diabetes
  • Guidance for parents of children with Type 2 diabetes
  • An up-to-date listing of helpful organizations and other resources

Whether you have just been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or have been living with the disease for years, this empowering book will help you live a better life.

"Synopsis" by , A vital sourcebook for the millions of women diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

Are you living with Type 2 diabetes? If so, you’re not alone. More women are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes today than ever before. Women with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, nerve damage, kidney disease, high-blood pressure, and eye disease. Fortunately, Type 2 diabetes can be managed and in some cases even reversed. The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women provides much-needed information on living with this disease.

In clear, accessible language, bestselling author and bioethicist, M. Sara Rosenthal explains the causes and effects of the disease. She addresses the unique physical and emotional aspects Type 2 diabetes presents for women, offering advice and tips for good self-management, nutrition, exercise, and self-testing.

A major revision of the author’s earlier book on the subject, The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women also discusses:

  • Signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes
  • The revised screening guidelines for diagnosis
  • How women's hormones interact with insulin
  • How menopause and pregnancy affect diabetes management
  • How low-carb diets can be dangerous for women with Type 2 diabetes
  • How to follow the ADA carb counting guidelines while avoiding weight gain
  • The latest medications and treatments available

With the The Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook for Women, you’ll learn how to work with your health-care team to make the right lifestyle changes, prevent long-term complications, and live a fuller, healthier life.

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