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helpguide.org — “Diabetes diet guide includes tips on how to manage blood glucose levels, the most beneficial foods for diabetics, the Diabetes Food Pyramid, and Glycemic Index Diet.” View full resource at helpguide.org
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reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A low-carbohydrate, Mediterranean-style diet is more effective than a typical low-fat, calorie-restricted diet for diabetes management, according to a study released Monday. Not” View full resource at reuters.com
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mydiabetes.com — “ One of the challenges of living with diabetes is often the change that needs to be made with the food and drink that we consume . Your medical advisors will,…” View full resource at mydiabetes.com
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expandingqi.com — “Although insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes get pinned on diet and lifestyle choices, in some cases these disorders could be associated with an” View full resource at expandingqi.com
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healthcentral.com — “For many physical illnesses, such as heart disease and diabetes, most doctors will talk about how diet and lifestyle changes are imperative to making a positive difference in your health.” View full resource at healthcentral.com
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livestrong.com — “Bad Carb Diet. Certain carbohydrates promote good health, while other forms of carbs can lead to heart disease and increase your risk of developing diabetes. The bad reputation of carbohydrates m...” View full resource at livestrong.com
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news-medical.net — “New research in mice indicates that babies born to moms who eat a high-fat diet before and during pregnancy have a higher fat mass and smaller livers than babies whose moms consume low-fat fare, according to scientists at Oregon Health & Science University Doernbecher Children's Hospital.” View full resource at news-medical.net
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news-medical.net — “I’ll quote from the ‘7 investments’ document (see below) as I don’t believe we need to reinvent the wheel to argue for the benefits of exercise. I am very keen to move to the issue of ‘how can we help people exercise’. But for the record:” View full resource at news-medical.net
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nutritionalmagnesium.org — “Nutritional Magnesium Association, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, magnesium deficiency, nutritional magnesium, magnesium deficiencies, Carolyn Dean, The Magnesium Miracle” View full resource at nutritionalmagnesium.org
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Dr. Childers is a child and adult trained psychiatric physician with a passionate interest in regaining our physical and mental health through nutrition and sleep. She has published a number of textbook chapters, among them 'Nutritional Aspects of Psychiatry' for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Essentials (Cheng and Myers, 2010). Her office is in Lake Oswego, Oregon where she sees children, adolescents and adults. A member of the Metabolism Society, she welcomes those who desire an integrated approach to psychiatric care, weight control, and/or metabolic management.