Quotes & Articles

What You Should Know About Diabetes Educators: AADE President Hope Warshaw

Diabetes ConnectionsDiabetes Connections' Stacey Simms talks with Hope in this wide-ranging 1-hour audio interview about Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE), the help they provide and how to get the most out your relationship with one.

Book Review: Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy

In this review of Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy published by Nutrition 411, Alex Lewis, RD, LD says "Anyone with diabetes, anyone who supports a loved one with diabetes, or any health professional who treats patients with diabetes will benefit from reading and utilizing this book as a go-to resource."

Interview on Low Calorie Sweeteners

Medscape's Mark Harmel, MPH, CDE states, "The current dietary guidelines highlight the fact that there is too much added sugars in our food, and statistics show that Americans are consuming too much added sugars.

Prediabetes Day at AADE

The AADE has been quietly working for years developing their prediabetes expertise, and at this year’s meeting in San Diego, they are devoting a day to focus on the topic with sessions in each time slot. Hope, in her role as AADE 2016 President, previews the meeting in this 2:31 minute Medscape video: 

What’s New on the New Nutrition Facts Label

Wondering what has been changed, deleted or added on the new Nutrition Facts Label? Read Hope's TheDX story to get all the facts.

Quicker, Healthier Breakfasts: Kick start a day of more healthful eating

Mornings, from the sound of that alarm to getting out the door, might sometimes feel like one continuous race. Does this time-strapped rush cause you to eat unhealthy foods for breakfast, or skip it altogether? Read Hope's blog on TheDX for some tips to make breakfast happen, along with ideas for quick-to-fix and tasty-to-eat breakfasts that may help keep blood glucose levels on an even keel.

Sitting Too Much? How sedentary behavior may affect health

In this TheDx story Hope discusses the prevelance and costs of sedentary behavior. She dives into how much sitting is too much and how to reduce sedentary behavior. Hope provides realistic tips  to combat this risk factor that can lead to developing prediabetes, type 2 diabetes and heart and blood vessel diseases. 

Medicare in 2016: What to Know if You Have Diabetes

The Spring issue of Diabetic Living has an article by Hope that is a basic primer for persons with diabetes on what they should know about medicare in 2016.  Hope covers overall changes, what's new in Parts A & B, Medicare Advantage (Part C) and the Prescription Drug Benefit (Part D).  She also goes over how to make changes to your plan to get the best coverage.

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