Rosie is an athletic middle-aged woman who loves to jog. Unfortunately, her aunt was diagnosed with diabetes a few years back. Rosie's book, "In Control: The Diabetes Diet Plan For Preventing, Living With And Reversing Diabetes"
is based on her own experiences with researching the condition and managing her aunt's diabetes. In the beginning, Rosie knew what insulin was, but not much more. After her Aunt was diagnosed, Rosie spent hours in the library and online doing research. As a result of her efforts, her Aunt was able to overcome the limitations of the disease and live a normal life.No fluff, just common sense advice
Her book is full of straight talk, and it gives plenty of advice and insights from what she has learned. It is a perfect read for diabetes caretakers that comes from experience rather than random talking heads. You will learn how to:
Decreases your anxiety about the condition
- Prevent diabetes for those at risk of acquiring it
- Prepare delicious, mouth-watering diabetes recipes
- Eat the right foods, even when traveling
- Track your insulin levels
- Create a plan for diabetes management and stick to it
- Be healthier, happier, and feel better than ever before
This book will make living with someone whom has the condition, or managing your own diabetes or insulin level much simpler. Life won't be so stressful, and you won't have to constantly worry about whether you should or shouldn't eat a certain food. All you need to do is simply follow the diet plan in the book for best results.
Tracking your diabetes symptoms and insulin level
One of the most dreaded aspects of diabetes is constantly checking your insulin levels, and administering insulin injections. Learning to monitor your diabetes symptoms will help avoid some of those painful finger pricks. Rosie tells you how and when to more effectively check your blood insulin, and what times are right for administering it.
Preventing diabetes for those on the borderline
Finding out that you are on the borderline of having diabetes is very scary. Making some basic lifestyle changes will help make sure that you won't have to worry about the condition for a very long time. In many cases, a few simple changes (such as losing weight or getting more exercise) are enough to prevent it. Rosie became worried about her own risk of diabetes, so she took steps to change her lifestyle to prevent the condition. She will describe what she has done to avoid it and more in her book.
Learning about managing diabetes