American Diabetes Association Guide to Medical Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes

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Marion J. Franz, John P. Bantle
McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 399 pages
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This comprehensive book presents a research-based approach to clinical nutrition therapy for people with diabetes.

Contents Include:

  • The Challenge:
  • Integrating Nutrition Therapy into Diabetes Management
  • Nutrition Issues Related to Glucose and Lipid Goals/Outcomes
  • Nutrition Issues of Special Populations
  • Nutrition Therapy for Hypertension, Nephropathy, Gastropathy, and Others
  • Nutrition Self-Management Education
  • Much More

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Contents

Protein and Diabetes
107
Food Fats and Dyslipidemia
126
Sugar Alternatives and Fat Replacers
148
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Franz is director of nutrition and professional education at International Diabetes Center, Minneapolis, and a teaching specialist, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Minnesota.

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