Here is solid, practical advice with information on classification systems and diagnostic criteria, management techniques, step-by-step instructions for glucose testing, exchange system guidelines, dietary and soluble and insoluble fiber values for foods, detailed information on carbohydrate's influence on blood glucose, and more. Included are tables, charts, graphs, diagrams, and practice aids.Food choices that are high in complex carbohydrates and fiber and low in fat, cholesterol, and simple sugar are promoted. ... a specified number of servings, are allowed, enabling the person to deviate somewhat from a set meal plan without aquot;failing, aquot; or aquot;cheating, aquot; or feeling guilty. ... Each is sold in a tablet form of 50 sheets.
|Title||:||Handbook of diabetes nutritional management|
|Author||:||Margaret A. Powers (RD.)|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Pub - 1987-08|