The Thinking Person's Guide to Diabetes: The Draznin Plan

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Oxford University Press, Sep 11, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 200 pages
Based on his successful treatment of thousands of diabetic patients for over 30 years, Dr. Draznin has developed a specific and easy-to-follow plan that combines increased physical activity with critical dietary restrictions. His scientific expertise as one of the nation's leading diabetologists shines through in his descriptions of how body weight is regulated and what we can do to impact these regulatory mechanisms. Dr. Draznin's clinical experience is evident in his inclusion of real life cases as well as his emphasis on practical advice.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 A LETTER TO MY READER
1
Chapter 2 AN INTRODUCTORY CASE
9
Chapter 3 OUR WEIGHT IN NUMBERS
17
Chapter 4 THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
31
A NEW CONCEPT OF EXERCISE
41
Chapter 6 INSULIN PRODUCTION AND STORAGE OF ENERGY AND REGULATION OF WEIGHT
53
Chapter 7 A PERSON DOES NOT LOSE WEIGHT BY DIET ALONE
69
Chapter 8 A TALE OF TWO BROTHERS
83
Chapter 9 TREATMENT OF OBESITY
95
A BETTER WAY TO DIET
113
Chapter 11 PRACTICAL ADVICE
123
Chapter 12 CASE STUDIES AND A TREATMENT PLAN FOR MR K
147
Chapter 13 RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON TEN DRAZNIN RULES OF LIFE
167
Chapter 14 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
173
INDEX
185
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