The African American Guide to Living Well with Diabetes

Author: Constance Brown-Riggs
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781601631152
Format: PDF, ePub
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aConnie Brown-Riggsas...culturally appropriate messages are an extraordinary benefit to African-Americans, particularly women, who are often not fully aware of the lifestyle changes they can and should make to prevent diabetes and improve their health and that of their families.a Wendy C. Brawley, publisher and CEO, IMARA Woman magazine aThis book provides cutting-edge information on diet, exercise, and medication, synthesized with other aspects of diabetes care, including spirituality-providing a total lifestyle wellness plan. I support this book with high enthusiasm.a Wahida Karmally, DrPH, RD, CDE, associate research scientist, Director of Nutrition, Irving Institute of Clinical and Translational Research, Columbia University More than 4 million African-Americans have diabetes; thousands more have pre-diabetes or are at risk for the condition. But in 21 years as a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, Constance Brown-Riggs found few books that even vaguely addressed the unique health concerns of this population. This comprehensive guide includes: The latest medical treatments for diabetes-medications, insulin therapies, blood glucose monitors, plus the pros and cons of supplements, herbs, and alternative diets. What you canat eat-- and what you can. Dozens of mouthwatering Caribbean and soul food recipes, with a two-week menu plan.

Diabetes Survival Guide

Author: Stanley Mirsky
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 0345493303
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Provides simple suggestions and methods to help readers live with diabetes without major disruptions to their lives, and includes a diet designed to control blood sugar.

Living with Diabetes

Author: James Reed
Publisher: Hilton Pub
ISBN: 9780984144723
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Provides information on coping with diabetes, including exercise, diet, and how to choose a healthcare provider.

What s Cooking

Author: Anthony Sepe
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1481757326
Format: PDF, Docs
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What's Cooking is a compendium of the favorite recipes from many notable dietitians & chefs. Learn from the experts as they teach you new ways to meld taste and nutrition. Each recipe includes a nutritional analysis, so you will know exactly what you are eating. "What's cooking? Hopefully YOU are after sinking your teeth into this monster of a cook book. Sepe gathers top notch recipes from leading health experts and professionals who know how to make good-for-you foods taste great. The best thing is you will be so focused on trying out any number of tasty yet healthy recipes that you probably won't notice (or mind) that your health improved along the way." -David Grotto, RDN, LDN Author of The Best Things You Can Eat While you're enjoying scrumptious meals from this cookbook, the handicapped Children's Association of Southern Tier New York, an affiliate of the Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York, will be appreciating your purchase. Anthony is generously donating ten percent of the proceeds from the sale of this book to support the Association, which will be earmarked for counseling services. Having cerebral palsy himself, Anthony knows how essential it is to support the organizations that reach out to help those with disabilities.

Making Love Playing Power

Author: Sheri R. Colberg
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1458781038
Format: PDF, ePub
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Making Love, Playing Power; Men, Women, and the Rewards of Intimate Justice brings the cutting edge of relationship therapy to the mass market. Family therapist and organizational consultant Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio debunks superficial theories about communication styles and gender roles as he gets to the real reason so many relationships are in trouble - misuse of power. The reason that men dont listen to women is not because men cant understand what women say. Men dont listen because they can get away with it. Dolan-Del Vecchio reveals how gender, race, sexual orientation, and money set the foundation for personal power, and how power as domination drives most conflicts whether between nations, interest groups, or individuals. What this kind of power never gets anybody, though, is the one thing we all want most - love. Within the field of family therapy, Ken Dolan-Del Vecchios work fuels a growing recognition of fairness as a necessary condition for healing troubled relationships. Men, Women, Love, and Power; Building Couple Partnerships in the 21st Century brings this cutting edge of family therapy to the self-help market. It shows the reader how to solve relationship problems by doing the following; treating one another respectfully listening responsibly selecting the best information sources choosing helping professionals wisely sharing authority and responsibilities fairlyIn a conversational style, Men, Women, Love, and Power draws the reader into a one-on-one dialogue about their relationship. The well-organized format features many chapter subheadings and bulleted lists. Each chapter concludes with ''action steps for men, women, and couples, helping the reader transform understanding into immediate results. Most relationship-help books focus on communication, the talking couples do (or dont do) with one another and the typical conflicts that result. This book digs deeper to show that the changes most couples seek require mutual respect and fairness. Dolan-Del Vecchio shows how these factors set the foundation for all else that happens, including communication. Examples make this connection crystal clear and give the reader new ways of tackling joint decision-making, housework, childcare, grocery shopping, and the activities that keep a couple connected to friends and family. When mutual respect and fairness provide the foundation for a couples partnership, communication falls into place. Making Love, Playing Power reveals how ways of the world that most of us take for granted create conflicts that confuse and exhaust many couples. The book shows how physical, economic, political, emotional, and spiritual power influence the course of couple partnerships, and describes how gender, race, sexual orientation and money shape the power each of us holds and the choices we face every day of our lives.

The Perfect Diabetes Comfort Food Collection

Author: Robyn Webb
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
ISBN: 1580406688
Format: PDF, Docs
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Most home cooks have four or five go-to dishes they love to make. They may occasionally break out of routine and try new dishes, but they always end up coming back to the tried and true dishes they know and love. In The Perfect Diabetes Comfort Food Collection, Robyn Webb, author of the all-time best-selling Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook, focuses on nine favorite comfort foods and makes ten variations of each to give home cooks new, healthy twists on the meals they crave. These all-American classics include: lasagna, meatloaf, burgers, stir-frys, tacos, main dish stews and soups, entree salads, chicken, and pasta. Along with nearly 100 classic recipes, this book also features a meal-planning section that helps readers match a favorite comfort food dish with classic sides to create hundreds of complete, nutritionally balanced meals designed to help control blood glucose levels and promote heart health. The Perfect Diabetes Comfort Food Collection combines the elements everyone loves—healthy comfort foods that are prepared quickly and come out tasting amazing.

Blessed Health

Author: Angela Ebron
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439146357
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Blessed Health offers African-American women the medical information and inspirational motivation they need to achieve total health -- a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Many black women will go to church all day every Sunday but won't take one day out of the year to get a Pap test and mammogram done. Yet that yearly doctor's visit could help save lives. Often the first people to pray when a serious illness strikes, black women may be the last to seek timely medical care. As a result, they are suffering with, and dying from, manageable illnesses such as heart disease, obesity, cancer, and diabetes more than any other group in the United States. It doesn't have to be that way. Don't wait until a health emergency happens before turning to your faith and your physician. You can achieve optimal health by arming yourself with medical knowledge and a strong spiritual base. Research has proven that a well-nurtured spiritual self can help to replenish, rejuvenate, and safeguard your physical self. Written by a prominent African-American OB/GYN and a highly respected journalist, Blessed Health is a personal health and spirituality guide for every stage of a black woman's life. Included here is important information on: How your body works, and what can be done to prevent or help solve common health problems, including pelvic infections and fibroid tumors How to find a doctor that ministers to your physical and emotional needs How to successfully cope with illness, from a faith perspective How spiritual wisdom and prayer can decrease the harmful effects of stress How best to take care of your breasts and reproductive organs, and decrease your risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cancer and much, much more, including the latest on managing menopause.

African American Healthy

Author: Richard W. Walker
Publisher: Square One Pub
ISBN: 9780757003615
Format: PDF, ePub
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