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ADA Guide to Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy and Education

Diabetes Care and Education DPG; Tami Ross, RD, CDE; Belinda O'Connell, MS, RD; and Jackie Boucher, MS, RD, CDE

Foreward by Mary M. Austin, MA, RD, CDE, President, AADE, 2004 - 2005

This reference provides much more than an evidence-based review of MNT and the Nutrition Care Process for diabetes care. Diabetes prevention, complications, glucose monitoring, sick-day management, practice guidelines and more are included in this practical every-day practice tool.

Item #3339
2005, Softbound
ISBN: 0-88091-333-9
304 pages

Table of Contents


Part 1: Nutrition Care Process
Chapter 1: Introduction to the Nutrition Care Process and Medical Nutrition Therapy for Persons With diabetes
Chapter 2: Reimbursement for Medical Nutrition Therapy and Diabetes Self-Management Training
Chapter 3: Introduction to Counseling and Behavior Change

Part 2: Diabetes Classification, Diagnosis and Prevention
Chapter 4: Diabetes Classification, Pathophysiology and Diagnosis
Chapter 5: Diabetes Prevention

Part 3: Diabetes Management
Chapter 6: Evidence-Based Nutrition Care and Recommendations
Chapter 7: Physical Activity and Exercise
Chapter 8: Oral Diabetes Medications
Chapter 9: Insulin Therapy
Chapter 10: Monitoring
Chapter 11: Pattern Management
Chapter 12: Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia
Chapter 13: Long-Term Complications
Chapter 14: Depression, Celiac Disease, and Cystic Fibrosis-Related Diabetes

Part 4: Life Stages and Special Populations
Chapter 15: Birth Through Adolescence
Chapter 16: Diabetes in Older Adults
Chapter 17: Diabetes in Pregnancy and Lactation

Part 5: Nutrition Education: Meal Planning
Chapter 18: Diabetes meal-Planning Strategies
Chapter 19: Advanced Topics in diabetes Nutrition Management
Chapter 20: Ethnic Populations

Part 6: Nutrition Education for Diabetes Comorbidities
Chapter 21: Overweight and Obesity
Chapter 22: Cardiovascular Disease, Dyslipidemia, and Hypertension in Diabetes
Chapter 23: Chronic Kidney Disease – Nondialysis

A. Organizations and Resources
B. Use of Foods and Beverages with Nonnutritive Sweeteners, Sugar Alcohols, and Fat Replacers
C. Use of Herbs, Supplements and Alternative Therapies
D. Problem-Solving Hyperglycemia with Insulin Pump Therapy


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