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Diabetes Matters: Heart Healthy Foods & Diabetes

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Diabetes Matters: Heart Healthy Foods & Diabetes

This Diabetes Matters program will focus on healthy recommendations for foods that can be healthy for your heart. Our experience with food can be rooted in community and culture. Food is used as daily nourishment and for special celebrations such as sporting events, religious occasions or national holidays. Navigating the choices can be complicated and confusing. This presentation will explore modifying traditional recipes to make them healthier without losing their distinctive flavors.

Presented by:
Anna Mazzei, RD
Certified Diabetes Educator

Original Air Date: 02.4.21


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#1 A Full Day Diabetic Meal Plan/diabetes food/diabetic diet/diabetes type 1 & type 2 diet

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Hi Friends in this video i have given a complete meal plan for diabetic friends who would want to balance their diet and control their sugar levels

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Presented By: Anna Mazzei, RD

Certified Diabeted Educator

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Best Indian Diet Plan Diabetes | Best Food to control sugar | Myths & Facts | Cure Diabetes

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OZiva Superfood Greens & Herbs (Diabetes & Prediabetes) –

Today, I will share a list of best Food for people suffering from diabetes or trying to prevent diabetes. But, before moving on to that list I have tried to explain or clear out some myths related to diabetes like, Can people with diabetes eat fruits ? Is Rice healthy for diabetics? How much natural sugar can one eat to prevent diabetes ? How much fibre and protein one should eat ? and in the end I have shared an Indian diet plan for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

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Webinar: Diabetes & Health Plan Strategy (July 21, 2020)

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In January 2019, the American Diabetes Association released its flagship ‘Standards of Care’, which included major updates around what is considered to be effective diabetes care. Among these, was the landmark decision to list low-carbohydrate nutrition therapy as the first-line treatment for diabetes and pre-diabetes patients.

Fast forward to 2020, clinical outcomes are emerging across the nation. Tune in to hear two visionary leaders speak on the promise and rise of this revolutionary approach, and what it will mean for your business.

Steve Martin, former CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield Nebraska and founder of Prime Therapeutics, will share his personal journey running Nebraska’s largest health plan, to reversing his own diabetes without the use of medication or surgery.

Dr. Bob Ratner, former Chief Science and Medical Officer of the American Diabetes Association with over 35 years of medical expertise, will decode the newly released 2020 Standards of Care, and the latest scientific research around COVID-19 and diabetes. Dr. Ratner will also reflect on his experience leading the NIH Diabetes Prevention Program for two decades. His discoveries have stood the test of time—they are just as relevant (if not more so) today, as the pandemic continues to prove the growing need to shift from diabetes management, to prevention and reversal.
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