Quotes & Articles

Warshaw Discusses the Power of the Diabetes Online Community in Endocrine News

In the December issue of Endocrine News, Hope provides candid observations and insights about  the power of social networking and excitement with the growing Diabetes Online Community.

Warshaw gives her insights about World Diabetes Day to website Insulin Nation

Warshaw was quoted in the article Feeling Blue About World Diabetes Day on the website Insulin Nation. Warshaw discussed the public perception of diabetes as a "ho-hum disease" and the importance of sounding the alarm to act now to reduce the risks and health implications of diabetes.

Warshaw’s June Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: High-Fructose Corn Syrup vs. Sugar

Warshaw’s June Washington Post Nutrition Q&A explores the hot nutrition question: Is high fructose corn syrup more dangerous to your health than sugar? To sort fact from fiction Warshaw synthesizes the research to date and offers readers realistic advice to achieve the key dietary guideline – eat less added sugars.

 

Warshaw’s September Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: Getting Fiber From Whole Grains

Warshaw’s September Washington Post Nutrition Q&A column sorts out the confusion between fiber and whole grains. It answers these questions: Do all whole grains contain dietary fiber? What other foods contain fiber?  She includes practical pointers for supermarket visits, home meal preparation and restaurant eating. 

Warshaw authors Can Bean Consumption Slow the Progression of Prediabetes or Type 2 Diabetes? for Dry Beans Quarterly Newsletter

In the summer issue of Dry Beans Quarterly from The Bean Institute, Warshaw reviews the evidence on: Can Bean Consumption Slow the Progression of Prediabetes or Type 2 Diabetes?  For various reasons, essentially the health benefits of beans, sufficient consumption of beans and legumes as part of a healthy eating plan could slow progression of prediabetes.

Warshaw’s July Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: Same Diet, But He’s Losing and She’s Not

Warshaw’s July Washington Post Nutrition Q&A column responds to why a woman might not lose as much weight as her male significant other eating the same foods. To answer this question Warshaw addresses the science of ‘calories in and calories out’ and provides practical pointers on creating a healthy food environment in any household.

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