Titel: Healthy Eating for Life to Prevent and Treat Diabetes
Autor/en: Neal Barnard M. D. Jennifer Raymond
Herausgegeben von Physicians Committee for Responsible Med
JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Januar 2002 - kartoniert - 256 Seiten
The Physicians Committee diabetes experts have transformed complex information into simple, easy-to-follow steps and 98 recipes that can help patients lose weight effortlessly, understand the role of good nutrition in diabetes management, and even reduce or eliminate their need for medications.
List of Recipes. Foreword. PART I: ESSENTIALS. 1. Understanding Diabetes. Diabetes Basics. Hormones and Sugar. Types of Diabetes. Symptoms and Diagnosis. Testing for Diabetes. Impaired Fasting Glucose. Understanding Your Blood Sugar Test. Who Should Be Tested? The Importance of Overcoming Diabetes. Can Diabetes Be Reversed? 2. The Power of Food: A New Dietary Approach to Overcoming Diabetes. A New Dietary Approach to Diabetes. The Problem with Dairy Products. Does Sugar Cause Diabetes? Carbohydrate Powerhouses. Don't Forget the Fiber. A New Look at Protein. The Facts about Fat. Pulling It All Together. 3. Healthy Eating Basics. Health Advantages of Plant-Based Diets. The New Four Food Groups. Key Nutrients and Where to Find Them. What about Meat, Dairy, and Eggs? What about Sugary Foods? What about Artificial Sweeteners? Does the Amount of Processing Matter? A Healthy Dietary Approach for People with Diabetes. PART II: MAKING IT WORK FOR YOU. 4. Preventing Diabetes. Preventing Type 1 Diabetes. Preventing of Type 2 Diabetes. 5. Achieving and Maintaining a Healthy Weight. The Problem with Dieting. A Better Approach. Reaching Your Goal with the New Four Food Groups. 6. Managing Your Diabetes with Food. How to Work with Exchange Lists. How to Work with Carbohydrate Counting. 7. Managing Your Diabetes with Medicine. Medications for Controlling Diabetes: Type 1 Diabetes. Different Types of Insulin. Testing Your Blood Sugar. Medications for Controlling Diabetes: Type 2 Diabetes. Staying on Track. When Medicines Are Too Strong: Hypoglycemia. When Blood Sugar Goes Too High: Hyperglycemia. How Food and Medicines Interact. 8. Healthy Blood Vessels, Healthy Heart. What Is Heart Disease? Toss Out the Cigarettes. Managing Your Blood Pressure. Lowering Your Cholesterol Level. Putting Foods to Work. Taking Care of Your Blood Vessels. 9. Preventing Complications. Keeping Healthy Eyes. Healthy Nerves. Healthy Kidneys. It's Time to Take Control. PART III: LIFELONG HEALTH. 10. Exercise Matters. Aerobic and Resistance Exercise. For People with Type 1 Diabetes. For People with Type 2 Diabetes. Before You Begin. Let's Get Started. Stay Hydrated. Taking Care of Your Feet. Fueling Your Active Body. Sticking with It. 11. Diabetes During Pregnancy. Before Your Baby Is Conceived. Who Is on Your Healthcare Team? What to Expect at the Doctor's. Now That You Are Pregnant. If Diabetes Starts during Pregnancy. Good Nutrition during Pregnancy. 12. Putting it All Together. 13. Cooking Tips and Techniques. Getting Started. Planning a Menu. Making a Shopping List. Seasonal Eating. Stocking Up. Meal Preparation. 14. Menus for a Week. 15. The Recipes. Breakfasts. Grains. Sandwiches and Wraps. Salads. Dips, Dressings, and Sauces. Soups and Stews. Vegetables. Entrees. Breads and Desserts. Glossary. Resources. References. Index.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM; web site: pcrm.org) is an international nonprofit organization of physicians, health care professionals, and laypersons promoting preventive medicine through innovative programs. PCRM president Neal Barnard, M.D., is a popular speaker and the author of Foods That Fight Pain; Eat Right, Live Longer; Food for Life; and other books on preventive medicine. PCRM promotes preventive medicine through their publication Good Medicine and through innovative programs, including the Cancer Project. PCRM's clinical research studies are breaking new ground in diabetes, obesity, pain management, and other serious conditions. PATRICIA BERTRON, R.D., is a registered dietitian with a degree in nutrition and dietetics from Montclair State University. As a specialist in renal nutrition, she provides individual nutrition counseling to clients and teaches weight control classes in a hospital setting.