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Defeat Diabetes® E-Lerts™ Newsletter
(Volume X, Issue VII)
31 Ways To Burn Calories and Control Diabetes
By this time you know regular physical activity is crucial for good long term health. So, it’s important to figure out ways to incorporate regular physical activity into your daily routine.
We've put together an entire month of physical activity to get you in the habit and keep you moving!
Also in this month's E-Lerts™:
Latest News - Complementary or Alternative Medicine to combat diabetes and obesity. We include foods, a vitamin and a flavonoid.
Diabetes Friendly Recipes - Try this quick, traditional family meal that is sure to please everybody.
The Kid Initiative to Defeat Diabetes® Curriculum is designed to fill the gap in information about diabetes and obesity and its relationship to nutrition and fitness.
A Program for Schools and Youth Organizations. To learn more about the KIDD™ Curriculum.
Islets of Humor™ - It IS what it is?
Know Your Fruits and Veggies™: Blueberries - We know blueberries are delicious and good for you. Now you can find out what you didn't know about blueberries.
Treatments on the Horizon - Progress on inhaled insulin and artificial pancreas.
We can help you get in the habit with 31 Ways to Burn Calories and Control Diabetes. Start Today!
Lisa M. Rasolt, M.S.B.A., C.E.B.S.
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The Mission of Defeat Diabetes Foundation is to save children, adults and their families from the pain of diabetes by preventing and/or managing its complications through a comprehensive online diabetes information center and innovative community action programs.
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Zinc Helps with Type 2 Diabetes
Zinc may perform a protective function for those with type 2 diabetes, researchers at the University of Michigan suggest.
Flavonoid in Strawberries May Limit Diabetes Complications
Researchers have shown that fisetin, a type of flavonoid found in strawberries and to a lesser extent in other foods, reduces neurologic complications and kidney damage in a mouse model of type 1 diabetes.
Certain Foods Linked to Long-term Weight Gain
Munching more unprocessed plant foods may help keep the middle-aged bulge away, a new study suggests. On the other hand, meat, french fries and sugar-sweetened drinks can help pack on the pounds. The findings suggest that the types of food you choose, not just calories, are important for avoiding age-related weight gain.
This generation of children is on the fast track to live a shorter, less healthy life span than their parents.
According to Connie Diekman, Director of University Nutrition at Washington University in St. Louis, "Nutrition education needs to start in prenatal classes and move through the entire education system…Many kids -- and their parents -- simply do not know what they ought to be eating."
The Kid Initiative to Defeat Diabetes® Curriculum is designed to fill this gap in information about diabetes and obesity and its relationship to nutrition and fitness.
A program for schools and youth organizations. To learn more about the KIDD™ Curriculum. DDF Advertisement
Try this quick, traditional family meal that is sure to please everybody.
for 1 serving of the entire menu:
Fat: 25 gm
Carbohydrates: 52 gm
Sodium: 821 mg
% Calories from Fat: 34 %
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Islets of Humor™
By Theresa Garnero
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Know Your Fruits and Veggies™: Blueberries
By Dawn Swidorski, EMPA, Public Outreach Director
Blueberries are the fruit of a shrub that belongs to the heath family, which also includes the cranberry, azalea and rhododendron (which are well known for their perfusion of pink blossoms). In the US they still grow wild in abundance especially in the Northeastern part of the country.
Botanists estimate that blueberries have been around for more than 13,000 years. Native American cultures believed that blueberries were given to them by the Great Spirit to preserve them in times of scarcity and called them Star Berries. Read more about blueberries.
Check our Diabetes Support Groups Database. It's very comprehensive and sorted by state, by city.
Treatments on the Horizon
Is Inhaled Insulin Closer to Reality?
New data on the inhalable insulin product Technosphere Insulin Afrezza, from MannKind Corp., indicate that the treatment confers no discernible risk for increased cardiovascular (CV) events, while another study examined patient satisfaction with this type of drug.
Scientists Getting Closer to Artificial Pancreas
With lawmakers and diabetes advocates ramping up the pressure, U.S. officials this week outlined a regulatory path for a preliminary version of the device.
Diabetes Studies, Clinical Trials and Surveys
Research facilities, drug manufacturers and universities are conducting studies, clinical trials and surveys for new drugs, behavioral habits and other investigational information with the goal of improving our health. They are seeking individuals to participate in these studies and trials. More Info
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