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Seven principles for controlling your diabetes for life. For consumers; information in English and Spanish
Guide to Eating Right When You Have Diabetes
(2003). For consumers, this guide provides information on eating
right to maintain normal blood sugars and an active, healthy lifestyle.
It inlcudes information on diabetes care and the exchange system. American
Dietetic Association. (800) 877-1600 ext.5000CDC
Diabetes Public Health Resource.
professionals and consumers, this site contains publications
and products about the disease. (877) 232-3422.
Ways to Control Diabetes (2003).
For consumers, this cookbook includes over 140 tried-and-true
recipes, exchange values for every recipe plus prep and cook times,
secret test kitchen tips and shortcuts, sugar substitute guide, plus,
special features including holiday menus. Nutrition
Counseling Education Services. (877) 623-7266.
(2003). For professionals, this book offers information to help
each patient move toward treatment goals appropriate for their individual
skills and medical condition. Nutrition
Counseling Education Services. (877) 623-7266.
Education Improves Metabolic Outcomes among Older Adults with Diabetes
Mellitus (2002). For professionals, this is a new intense, 10
session nutrition education program, with a food label focus,
developed by researchers at Penn State University and the University
of North Carolina at Greensboro. The program has been shown to help
adults with diabetes age 65 and older improve their eating patterns
and move toward meeting their treatment goals. Participants in the program
changed their diets and had greater improvements in their blood sugar
and cholesterol levels than people who were not counseled through
the new approach.
Dr. Carla Miller, Assistant Professor of Nutrition, Penn
State University. (814) 865-4479.Carbohydrate
Counting. For consumers, this booklets include new meal
planning approach, individualized nutrition assessment, and brief professional
information about this assessment with each package of 10 booklets.
There are 3 levels of complexity (ADA # 6003, 6004, and 6005).
American Dietetic Association. (800) 877-1600 ext. 5000Carbohydrate
Counting. For consumers, this booklet teaches the how-to's
of meal-planning method for diabetics that can add flexibility and variety
to their diet. Includes information on: using carbohydrate counting
with an exchange food plan, reading food labels, watching protein and
fat, and using sugar in the food plan. Item # 2058-802. International
Diabetes Center. (888) 637-2675.
Carbohydrate Counting Kit. For consumers, this kit contains
a simplified method of carbohydrate counting useful for elderly and
institutionalized individuals; outlines meal planning strategies to
incorporate carbohydrate counting; provides step-by-step guidance to
teach the patient how to choose his own diet. Marie Fasano Ruggles,
MS, RD, CDE. (516) 326-393.
Medical Nutrition Therapy: A Professional Guide to Management and Nutrition
Education Resources (1997). For professionals,
this book discusses various aspects of diabetes management,
including medical nutrition therapy, exercise, medications, blood glucose
monitoring, intensive insulin therapy, different life stages, and complications.
Presents a 4-step model for diabetes education (assessment, goal setting,
intervention, and evaluation) and provides specific "how to"
information on each of the new diabetes client education tools (ADA
American Dietetic Association. (800) 877-1600 ext. 5000
For professionals, this diabetes education guide bridges the
gap between technical research findings and practical, hands-on information.
Recent topics include: diabetes and adolescents, diabetes and quality
of life, acute care of patients with diabetes, the new shape of medical
nutrition therapy and managing type 2 diabetes over time among others.
American Diabetes Association. (800) 232-3472 ext. 2343 or (703) 549-1500
ext. 2343 Diabetic
Cooking for Seniors (2001). For consumers, this book addresses
issues such as decreased sense of taste, difficulty in meal preparation
due to arthritis, the need for more fiber, and food-drug interactions
with a straightforward problem/solution approach. Nutrition Counseling
Education Services (NCES). (877) 623-7266.
Goodie Book: Don't Cheat Your Sweet Tooth (1996). For consumers,
this recipe book includes over 190 simple and delicious recipes,
all of which can be made from ingredients found in kitchen, no artificial
sweeteners used. Each recipe has full nutrient profile, food exchanges
and carbohydrate choices. Appletree Press Inc. (800) 322-5679.Eating
Healthy with Diabetes (1998). For professionals and consumers,
this is a simplified
version of the Exchange List; can be customized for the client
and shows ethically diverse foods and people (ADA # 6066). American
Dietetic Association. (800) 877-1600 ext. 5000Guidelines
for the Nutritional Management of Diabetes Mellitus in the New Millennium:
A Position Statement of the Canadian Diabetes Association. For
professionals, these are
Guidelines for the Nutritional Management of Diabetes Mellitus in
the New Millennium are based on the latest scientific research and the
expert opinion of those active in the nutritional management of diabetes.
Sections include: introduction, energy nutrients, micronutrients, life
stages, life style/culture, other considerations, prevention of type
2 diabetes, summary, acknowledgments, and references. Also available
is the Healthy Eating Resource Guide. Canadian
(800) 226-8464. Healthy
Choices for America: Tips for People with Diabetes. For consumers,
this are brochures from Washington Apple Commission. The
Growers of Washington State Apples.
Diabetes Prevention Campaign: Small Steps, Big Rewards. For
Department of Health and Human Services and the National Diabetes
Education Program are teaming up to spread the word that type 2 diabetes
can be prevented in people at high risk. "Small Steps, Big Rewards"
is a campaign and web site designed to get this important
message to the 16 million Americans ages 40 to 74 (15.6% of the population)
who have pre-diabetes, a condition that puts them at high risk for developing
type 2 diabetes. This web site will keep you up to date on campaign
activities. We will post mass media campaign materials and helpful lifestyle
change tools and resources such as those on the DPP Program Study site
for consumers and health care providers. And we will link you to the
latest information from the HHS/NDEP about diabetes prevention. Joanne
Gallivan, M.S., R.D., National Institutes of Health. (301) 496-3583.
Practice Guidelines for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
For professionals, this Guidelines
for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus are to be used with Medicare
beneficiaries when providing the Medicare Part B benefit for MNT diabetes
services, effective January 1, 2002. A key feature you will find in
the Medical Nutrition Therapy
Evidence-Based Guides for Practice is the research, which is the foundation
for the guide, organized in evidence worksheets showing the quality
and strength of recommendations.
American Dietetic Association. (800) 877-1600, ext. 5000
B Medicare Benefits for MNT for Diabetes and Renal Disease: A Web-Based
For professionals, these Web based resources are produced
by the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and the Diabetes Care and
Education Dietetic Practice Group of the ADA, the American Diabetes
Association, and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Access
information on: FAQs on Coordination of the MNT and DSMT Part B Medicare
Benefits; Guidelines for Enhancing Access to Both MNT and DSMT Benefits
for Medicare Part B Beneficiaries; Quick Guide to the MNT Benefit; FAQ
on Medicare MNT Benefit; and Selected Resources and Glossary of Terms.
American Dietetic Association (www.eatright.org)
Care and Education Dietetic Practice Group (www.dce.org)
American Diabetes Association (www.diabetes.org)
American Association of Diabetes Educators (www.aadenet.org)
Diabetes and Nutrition Education Resources: For the Person with Diabetes.
For consumers, this manual includes general diabetes, nutrition,
meal planning, low learning level, expanded food lists, and psychosocial
adjustment. Joanne Gibbons, DCE Administrative Assistant
9212 Delphi Rd., S.W., Olympia, WA 98512.
First Year - Type 2 Diabetes: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed
(2001). For professionals and consumers, this book is written
by a patient-expert who walks you through everything you need to learn
and do for newly diagnosed individuals with type 2 diabetes. Amazon.com
You Can! For consumers, this brochure discusses new eating
choices for people with diabetes. Highlights new Dietary Guidelines
for Diabetes. Campbell
Soup Company. (877) 483-2030.
Care and Education Practice Group (ADA) <www.dce.org>
Diabetes Lifeline webpage. English & Spanish.
Diabetes Dictionary in Spanish.
Diabetes Information Site <www.fda.gov/diabetes>
to Care Site <www.fda.gov/womens/taketimetocare/diabetes/default.htm>
Know your blood sugar numbers, info in English & Spanish from the National Diabetes Education Program.
National Diabetes Education Program. Online publications in English and Spanish.