The Everything Guide to Managing Type 2 Diabetes

The Everything Guide to Managing Type 2 Diabetes : From Diagnosis to Diet, All You Need to Live a Healthy Active Life with Type 2 Diabetes, Find Out What Type 2 Diabetes is, Recognize the Signs and Symptoms, Learn How to Change Your Diet, Discover the Latest Treatments

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Diabetes is a complex disease--but learning about it shouldn't be!A Type 2 diabetes diagnosis can be daunting, but it is also manageable. With this all-in-one guide, you will get expert advice on establishing a healthier lifestyle and getting control of your diabetes. "The Everything Guide to Managing Type 2 Diabetes" provides easy-to-follow advice on all aspects of living with diabetes, and helps you: Recognize the symptoms of prediabetes and diabetesMonitor your blood glucose levelsLearn about the types of insulin and insulin-delivery systemsUnderstand the importance of nutrition and exerciseReduce the short- and long-term effects of diabetes Filled with reliable advice and the latest information on medication, therapies, blood sugar monitoring, and more, this invaluable guide shows you how to take control of your diabetes and enjoy your life!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 200 x 230 x 22mm | 557.92g
  • Adams Media Corporation
  • Holbrook, MA, United States
  • English
  • 1440551960
  • 9781440551963
  • 524,562

About Paula Ford-Martin

Paula Ford-Martin is an award-winning health writer and diabetes patient advocate. Her seven-year tenure as a senior story editor and executive producer on CNBC's dLifeTV--the first and longest-running primetime diabetes television show--garnered her twenty-six Telly Awards and an Emmy nomination. She is also the author of several health books, including "The Everything Health Guide to Diabetes" and "The Everything Pregnancy Book, 3rd Edition." Ms. Ford-Martin has a master's degree in writing from DePaul University and is a member of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA). She lives in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, with her husband and four children. Jason Baker, MD, is currently an attending endocrinologist and assistant professor of medicine at Cornell Medical College. He completed an internal medicine residency at New York University and a fellowship in diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. Dr. Baker is involved in numerous global diabetes projects in Uganda, India, Qatar, and Haiti. He also serves as a contributing author to "The Medical Letter" and a contributing editor to, a website devoted to living with more