Diabetic Living’s summer issue contains an article by Hope that updates readers on the most recently FDA approved blood glucose lowering medications. There’s a growing number of categories of glucose-lowering medications and more medications within each category. A sidebar lists the factors people should consider as they wonder whether they should stay on their current medications or switch to newer ones.
As part of the publicity campaign to support her new book Eat Out Eat Well Warshaw is interviewed on WSVA radio. She discusses the origins of Eat Out Eat Well, the pitfalls of restaurant eating and offers a handful of skills and strategies to eat restaurant meals healthier. Warshaw also mentions the companion app – Eat Out Well.
Diabetic Living’s summer issue contains an important article authored by Hope on diabetes distress. With quotes and insights from national experts on diabetes and distress and people with diabetes Warshaw differentiates between depression and distress. She details the steps people with diabetes and their caregivers can implement to prevent and/or deal with diabetes distress.
Bruce Horovitz writes on Carl Jr and Hardees' new obesity bomb, the Most American Thickburger. It's loaded with calories (1,063), fat (64 grams) and sodium (2,350 mg). "Steer clear unless you're nutrition goal is to get your total fat and saturated fat grams and daily sodium count in one dose," warns Hope Warshaw, dietitian and author of Eat Out, Eat Well."
USA Today's Bruce Horovitz quotes Hope in a story on Sonic's new Candy Slush which is promoted by Kevin Durant. Hope says that its "unconscionable for Sonic to leverage Kevin Durant's star power among wannabe-Durants to push beverages loaded with nothing other than loads of added sugars and calories."
Hope answers the question in her Washington Post Nutrition Q & A column, "Can you help me sort through the range of butters and spreads in the supermarket today? It’s so confusing, especially related to the latest guidance around saturated fat and cholesterol?"
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.
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 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