Diabetic Living’s spring issue contains an in-depth article about Mediterranean diets for diabetes authored by Warshaw. The article explores the recent research on the benefits of Mediterranean diet and diabetes then delves into the how tos of following this, one of several, healthy eating plans for diabetes.
Diabetic Living’s spring issue contains an article authored by Warshaw focused on sedentary behavior. Concern about sedentary behavior has garnered attention from health experts as a cause of metabolic and cardiovascular-related diseases. This story delves into the growing research base and offers readers practical solutions to minimize sedentary behavior.
Warshaw was the diabetes educator expert for the 1/20/15 Diabetic Connect weekly Twitter Chat. The topic was strategies to more effectively count carbohydrate when eating at home or away from home.
Along with a number of nationally recognized dietitians from across the country, Warshaw offered her #1 weight loss tip. It focused on the importance of weighing and measuring foods to keep those eyes and portions honest.
Diabetic Living’s bookazine, published January 2015, focuses on actions people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes can take to reverse or slow the disease progression. Warshaw contributed numerous stories on food and nutrition topics in this 150 page bookazine. She also gathered success stories from people with type 2 diabetes and prediabetes along with expert tips from diabetes and health care providers.
Diabetic Living’s winter issue contains an article authored by Warshaw focused on prediabetes, which today is estimated to affect 86 million Americans. Readers learn what prediabetes is and the research which supports taking action to reverse or slow its progression. Warshaw offers five ways to put prediabetes on the ropes along with a success story portraying how one woman effectively reversed her prediabetes
In her Nutrition Q&A column published 12/2/14, Warshaw answers a reader’s question about the health and nutritional value, along with advantages and disadvantages, of peeling non-organic apples to decrease consumption of pesticides if you can’t buy organic. In sum, if you can afford to buy organic produce, that’s the way to go to limit pesticides. However, don’t avoid fruit if you can’t find or afford organic.
As part of The Washington Post’s Post Live event Diabetes – Slowing the Epidemic , Warshaw contributed this practical advice story about the 9 steps to change health behaviors. The story includes two success stories, a woman who reversed prediabetes and one with type 2 diabetes who’s gotten it under control.