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Book of diabetes

Discussion in 'Foot Health Books' started by austinmartin9999, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. austinmartin9999

    austinmartin9999 New Member

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    Hey can any one suggest the book of diabetes type 1? Thanks in advance.
  2. Admin

    Admin Administrator Staff Member

    Type I in general or Type 1 and foot problems?
  3. austinmartin9999

    austinmartin9999 New Member

    Actually Diabetes type 1 general. So if anybody knows better then please suggest me. Thanks
  4. austinmartin9999

    austinmartin9999 New Member

    I want the name for general type of diabetes. If u know plz reply me. Thanks dear.
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  6. angelina diaz

    angelina diaz New Member

    Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution: The Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars by Richard K. Bernstein

    "The best diabetes book ever".
  7. ryan77

    ryan77 New Member

    The Everything Diabetes Book by Paula Ford-Martin
  8. TOG Orthotics

    TOG Orthotics New Member

    I'd recommend that one too.
  9. priya06

    priya06 New Member

    Type 1 Diabetes for Dummies by Alan L.Rubin M.D is nice book for Diabetes 1
  10. thedtpkid

    thedtpkid New Member

    In regards to diabetes books, I do not know any. BUt there are plenty of online resources for diabetes foot health. Take a look at diabetic shoes hub and footsmart for one.

    I would also recommend speaking to your local podiatrist or pedorthist. I have problem diabetic feet and it is no joke.
  11. Ryan Steven

    Ryan Steven New Member

    I am a diabetic patient, i know it is hard to control blood sugar level. But a healthy lifestyle and consuming right foods will definitely help you to under control diabetes.
  12. Corey Feaster

    Corey Feaster New Member

    Rule of Thumb Every Diabetic Patient Should Follow
    • Never barefoot
    • Always have something covering toes to prevent injuries
    • Make sure shoes fit well (no rubbing, look carefully for signs of blisters when wearing new shoes)
    • Always make sure feet are as dry as possible. If I am out for a long day and really sweaty, I would change my socks at some point.
    • Wash feet at the end the day. Put lotion on to avoid cracking.

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