Living with Diabetes: The British Diabetic Association Guide for those



In the British Diabetic Association’s Guide for those treated with insulin you will find all the answers you need to understand and take control of your diabetes. Knowing about diabetes is the key to coping with it. Dr John Day, an outstanding authority in diabetes and an experienced doctor, clearly explains all the latest recommendations for healthy eating, exercise, and medical treatment, helping people with diabetes to maximise their lifestyle while minimising their difficulties. Practical and realistic solutions to common problems are given. People with diabetes and their relatives and friends will find this book an invaluable source of guidance and advice. As a sportsman living with diabetes, I am continually learning about my condition. This book is essential for anyone living with type 1 diabetes. It contains all the information you need. If you only buy one book on diabetes – this is the one for you. I cannot recommend it too highly. Gary Mabbutt MBE BDA Registration No. 339181 England BDA Charity Reg. No. 215199Introducing Diabetes. Type 1 (Insulin Dependent) Diabetes. Controlling Your Diabetes. Is Your Treatment Effective? Keeping Good Control. Multiple Injection Treatment. What Can Go Wrong? The Long-Term Effects of Diabetes and Your General Health. Marriage, Pregnancy, Parenthood and Contraception. Diabetes in Children and Adolescents. Diabetes and Your Daily Life. The British Diabetic Association. Index.In the British Diabetic Association’s Guide for those treated with insulin you will find all the answers you need to understand and take control of your diabetes. Knowing about diabetes is the key to coping with it. Dr John Day, an outstanding authority in diabetes and an experienced doctor, clearly explains all the latest recom@0£×=q ¾Û€

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