lean, older newly diagnosed diabetics
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From: Kathryn S Keim
To: Public Health Nutrition Discussion and Information Group
Sent: Sunday, April 02, 2000 10:49 AM
Subject: Re: lean, older newly diagnosed diabetics
You need to find a copy of the ADA Clincial Practice Recommendatoins 2000. It is in the Jan Suppl 1 issue of Diabetes Care, Jan 2000. The recommendations are the same for either type of diabetes.
Kathryn S. Keim, PhD, RD, LD
Assistant Professor, Nutritional Sciences
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078-6141
kkathry at okstate.edu
Annie Gazdag <agazda01 at granite.tufts.edu>
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Subject: lean, older newly diagnosed diabetics
I am looking for nutrition information that specifically addresses the needs
of older individuals who are newly diagnosed with diabetes, but who are
lean. The Am. Diabetes Assoc. web site does not contain information about
this class of diabetics. My understanding is that for these people,
peripheral insulin resistance is not the principal issue that needs to be
addressed. My understanding is that the underlying problem in these lean
diabetics is impaired insulin secretion. Are the dietary recommendations
for these people the same as for the "classic" obese, type 2?
Are there resources (such as a web site or publication) to which I can refer
Thanks in advance,
Annie C. Gazdag, Ph.D.
School of Nutrition Science and Policy
132 Curtis Street
Medford, MA 02155
tel: 617 627-5481
fax: 617 627-3688
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