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2020 Diabetes White Paper [Print and Digital Bundle] (All New)

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The lessons of the last decade are clear: Effective management of diabetes in the early stages is the best way to prevent or minimize future complications. People with prediabetes can prevent their condition from worsening, while those who have been diagnosed with diabetes have effective ways to monitor their condition and control their blood glucose levels.

In the 2020 Diabetes White Paper, a leading expert reports on the latest diabetes treatment strategies and explores recent research on diet and lifestyle and the newest advancements in treating type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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7 Nutrition Tips for People with Diabetes

Published by the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health. Read More…

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The White Papers are published by the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health. These publications are an outgrowth of the School’s commitment to help improve the health and wellness of our community of readers by publishing expert advice on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of ailments and disorders. We provide trusted, authoritative health guidance from leading physicians and researchers at America’s top medical centers and hospitals.

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Your purchase of the Diabetes White Paper supports the School of Public Health faculty and students in their work to confront the major health challenges of our generation. A portion of every sale goes to funding scholarships. Your purchase will directly benefit your own health as well as the health of those in your community.

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Introducing Your Diabetes Expert

Dr. Suneil Koliwad, M.D., Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Diabetes Center and Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where he holds the Gerold Grodsky, Ph.D./JAB Chair in Diabetes Research. He is a board-certified endocrinologist who attends on the Diabetes and Endocrinology Services at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

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What Foods Should I Eat?

  1. It’s ok to eat carbohydrates.
    Some people with diabetes think they can’t eat foods containing carbohydrates. That’s not true. Ask your doctor, diabetes educator, or nutritionist how many carbs you can eat daily. Opt for vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes rather than other sources of carbohydrates, especially those that are processed and contain added fats, sugars, and sodium.
  2. Foods that are labeled “safe for diabetics” aren’t necessarily.
    Some foods that are labeled “safe for diabetics” just replace sucrose with fructose, maltose, or other forms of sugar. It’s important to check food labels for hidden sugars such as honey, corn syrup, molasses, and ingredients ending in the telltale “ose.”
  3. Eat More Fiber
    Some studies show that a diet high in soluble fiber—found in oats, oat bran, legumes, barley, citrus fruits, and apples—can lower blood glucose and cholesterol levels.
  4. Say “yes” to heart-healthy fats and “no” to saturated fats.
    Omega-3 fatty acids have heart-protective benefits. Fatty cold-water fish such as salmon, mackerel, trout, and herring are the best sources of omega-3s. Eating saturated fats increases LDL “bad” cholesterol, which contributes to coronary heart disease. Foods high in saturated fat include red meats, dark-meat poultry, poultry skin, whole-milk dairy products, and products made with hydrogenated or coconut, palm, or palm kernel oils.
  5. Avoid foods that are high in sodium.
    Reduce your sodium intake by using less salt at the table and in cooking and by avoiding foods that are high in sodium, including processed meats such as sausages, bacon, cured ham, and hot dogs; canned or dried soups; ketchup and other condiments; most cheeses; and fast food.
  6. Skip processed meat.
    It is not clear whether restricting protein improves blood glucose control or improves risk factors for cardiovascular disease. However, consuming protein in the form of processed meats, such as bacon, pepperoni, or smoked sausage, may increase the risk for diabetes and its cardiovascular complications.
  7. Drink alcohol in moderation.
    People with well-controlled diabetes can drink alcoholic beverages as long as they do so in moderation and with food. Light beers and dry wines are preferable to sweet mixed drinks.
  8. [From: Diabetes White Paper, pgs. 28-36]

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The 2020 Diabetes White Paper

Your Guide to Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment

In the 2020 Diabetes White Paper, you’ll find information about:

  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Prediabetes
  • The best tests for detecting diabetes
  • The most effective methods for testing and monitoring diabetes
  • The latest medications
  • The most current dietary advice
  • The best exercise regimens
  • The most effective strategies to prevent diabetes complications

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Latest Medications… Treatments… Research

Effective management of diabetes in the early stages is the best way to prevent or minimize future complications. People with prediabetes can prevent their condition from worsening, while those who have been diagnosed with diabetes have effective ways to monitor their condition and control their blood glucose levels.

In the 2020 Diabetes White Paper, a leading expert reports on the latest diabetes treatment strategies and explores recent research on diet and lifestyle and the newest advancements in treating diabetes. The goal of this White Paper is to help you to prevent type 2 diabetes or, if you already have it, help you manage the condition and improve your quality of life. You’ll find information on the two main types of diabetes—type 1 and type 2—with a focus on the latter. You’ll learn about common risk factors for type 2 diabetes, diet and exercise regimens that can help prevent it, and the best tests for detecting and monitoring the disease. In addition, you’ll find information on the latest medications used for treatment and advice on preventing diabetes complications.

The 2020 Diabetes White Paper is designed to help you ensure the best outcome for your condition.

ORDER NOW… and this is just some of what you’ll read:

  • The good news about prediabetes: Evidence-based advice to help you prevent or delay the onset of diabetes
  • Why do some people who aren’t overweight develop type 2 diabetes?: Updated findings on the link between weight and type 2 diabetes
  • Strength-training exercises for better blood glucose control: Adding strength training to your workout can help reduce insulin resistance
  • New insights challenge the notion of type 2 diabetes as irreversible: A key study finds major benefit from a strict diet in reversing type 2 diabetes
  • Don’t let kidney disease sneak up on you: Steps you should take to protect your kidneys from diabetes-related damage

You’ll also find:

  • The keys to keeping weight off when you have prediabetes
  • Is flash glucose monitoring right for you?
  • Keto diets: Are they safe for people with type 2 diabetes?
  • What you should know about biosimilar insulin
  • Late-life diabetes, cognitive decline, and dementia

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