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TitleAdvanced nutrition and dietetics in diabetes
Author edited by, Louise Goff, Pamela Dyson ; series editor, Whelan, Kevin
ImprintChichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016
Descript xv, 333 pages : illustrations 25 cm

SUMMARY

Published on behalf of The British Dietetic Association, Advanced Nutrition and Dietetics in Diabetes is an exploration of the evidence and practice of nutrition in diabetes, offering a global view of the lifestyle interventions for the prevention and management of diabetes, including management of complications and special population groups. With internationally recognised authors, this book applies the rigour of evidence-based medicine to important enduring topics in diabetes. -- from publisher web site


CONTENT

SECTION 1: Background -- Chapter 1.1: Prevalence, public health aspects and prevention of diabetes -- 1.1.1 Prevalence -- 1.1.2 Pre-diabetes -- 1.1.3 Public health aspects -- 1.1.4 Prevention -- References -- Chapter 1.2: Diagnostic criteria and classification of diabetes -- 1.2.1 Diagnostic criteria -- 1.2.2 Classification -- References -- SECTION 2: Dietary principles of diabetes -- Chapter 2.1: Historical perspectives of dietary recommendations for diabetes -- 2.1.1 From early times to the seventeenthth century 2.1.2 Eighteenth and nineteenth centuries2.1.3 Twentieth century -- 2.1.4 Dietary management of type 2 diabetes -- 2.1.5 Carbohydrate counting and exchanges -- 2.1.6 Glycaemic index -- 2.1.7 Development of nutritional guidelines for diabetes -- 2.1.8 Guidelines for low and middle income ountries -- 2.1.9 Guidelines for children and adolescents -- 2.1.10 A change in emphasis -- 2.1.11 Summary -- References -- Chapter 2.2: Nutritional guidelines for diabetes -- 2.2.1 Effectiveness of diabetes nutrition therapy -- 2.2.2 Diabetes nutrition therapy and macronutrients -- 2.2.3 Conclusion -- References Chapter 2.3: Carbohydrates2.3.1 Introduction -- 2.3.2 Adverse effects of fructose: potential metabolic pathways -- 2.3.3 Contributors to the adverse effects of fructose -- 2.3.4 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2.4: Glycaemic index and glycaemic load in diabetes -- 2.4.1 Introduction -- 2.4.2 Measurement of glycaemic index and glycaemic load -- 2.4.3 Factors affecting glycaemic index and glycaemic load -- 2.4.4 GI, GL and diabetes -- 2.4.5 GI, GL and obesity -- 2.4.6 Metabolic effects of low glycaemic index and glycaemic load diets -- 2.4.7 GI and GL in real life situations -- 2.4.8 Conclusion -- References SECTION 3: Type 1 diabetesChapter 3.1: Epidemiology and pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes -- 3.1.1 Epidemiology -- 3.1.2 Pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes -- 3.1.3 Environmental Triggers -- 3.1.4 Summary -- References -- Chapter 3.2: Clinical management of type 1 diabetes -- 3.2.1 Introduction -- 3.2.2 Clinical presentation -- 3.2.3 Medical management of hyperglycaemia -- 3.2.4 Cardiovascular risk and type 1 diabetes -- 3.2.5 Hypoglycaemia -- 3.2.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3.3: Nutritional management of glycaemia in type 1 diabetes -- 3.3.1 Introduction -- 3.3.2 Nutrition and glucose management -- the evidence


Diabetes -- Diet therapy Diabetes -- Nutritional aspects

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