Diabetes

Diabetes

The fact that you are reading this booklet means that you have recently been diagnosed with diabetes. You can rest assured that you are not alone, as diabetes is a condition that affects over 2 million people in the UK,1 about 800,000 of whom need to inject themselves with insulin every day

Diabetes Free for Life: A Simple Guide on How to Be Diabetes Free for Life While Living a Healthy Life

Diabetes Free for Life: A Simple Guide on How to Be Diabetes Free for Life While Living a Healthy Life

Diabetes Free For LifeA Simple Guide For Living a Healthy Lifestyle This is volume 1 in a series of 5 Diabetes books. If you’re a diabetic who wants to know the secrets of diabetes, diabetes prevention, and diabetes management, then you’re about to discover how to deal with diabetes throughout life and be diabetes free […]

Diabetes and Depression

Diabetes and Depression

The purpose of this course is to provide nurses and allied mental health professionals with the information necessary to identify depression in patients with diabetes and to intervene to improve these patients’ quality of life. In addition, members of the public may use this course to enhance their personal knowledge of the subject matter presented.  […]

Flat Belly Diet! Diabetes

Flat Belly Diet! Diabetes

The magic ingredient behind the New York Times best-selling Flat Belly Diet!—monounsaturated fatty acids (or MUFAs)—may not only target stubborn belly fat, but may also help treat the underlying cause of type 2 diabetes: insulin resistance. The 5-week program includes a sensible diabetes-friendly diet that teaches you how to incorporate pasta, chocolate, and other “forbidden” […]

Coming To Terms with Type 1 Diabetes: One Family's Story of Life After Diagnosis

Coming To Terms with Type 1 Diabetes: One Family’s Story of Life After Diagnosis

This inspiring, dignified and deeply moving personal account of a family coming to terms with the diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes for both husband and daughter has been written for three purposes: – to encourage other families affected by this serious lifelong medical condition to rebuild their lives after diagnosis– to make the wider community […]