The Diabetic Diary 2003 by L. D. Sutton

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The Diabetic Diary 2003 is the indispensable reference book and daily log for America's 21 million Type 2 diabetics. Simply and concisely, The Diabetic Diary 2003 dispels the myths about the diabetic diet and guides the Type 2 diabetic patient through his/her daily and yearly diabetic health maintenance regimen of examinations, home testing, lab testing and treatment objectives.Did you know diabetics are allowed to eat sugar? The Diabetic Diary 2003 contains the latest in American Diabetic Association dietary guidelines.Is your blood pressure control adequate? Diabetics have more stringent blood pressure guidelines than the rest of the population.Ever wonder what your blood sugars should be. The Diabetic Diary 2003's monthly home blood sugar log ensures you know your recommended therapeutic goals.All this and much more make The Diabetic Diary 2003 the required book for Type 2 diabetics.
 

About L. D. Sutton

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Sutton earned his doctorates from the University of Iowa has served on faculty at the Universities of Iowa and Arkansas and on staff at the McLellan Memorial VAMC in Little Rock, Arkansas. Currently he practices emergency medicine and is president of Joel Health Industries, Inc.
 
Published October 8, 2002 by iUniverse. 202 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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