Flat Belly Diet! Diabetes: Lose Weight, Target Belly Fat, and Lower Blood Sugar with This Tested Plan from the Editors of Prevention

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The magic ingredient behind the New York Times best-selling Flat Belly Diet!—monounsaturated fatty acids (or MUFAs)—may not only target stubborn belly fat, but may also help treat the underlying cause of type 2 diabetes: insulin resistance. The 5-week program includes a sensible diabetes-friendly diet that teaches you how to incorporate pasta, chocolate, and other "forbidden" foods—along with a MUFA at every meal—into over 150 sumptuous, satisfying dishes.

Flat Belly Diet! Diabetes also includes a gentle walking-based exercise plan, stress reduction exercises, advice on how to work with one's doctor and diabetes management team, and a journal to help track blood sugar. In just 5 weeks, 11 men and women who tried the plan lost as much as 12 pounds, improved their A1c levels, and lowered their cholesterol and blood pressure levels.
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About the author

LIZ VACCARIELLO is the former editor-in-chief of Prevention, the nation's #1 healthy lifestyle magazine, and coauthor of the New York Times bestseller Flat Belly Diet!. She resides in South Orange, NJ.

GILLIAN ARATHUZIK, RD, CDE, works as a nutrition diabetes educator at the Joslin Diabetes Center. She lives in Holliston, MA.

STEVEN V. EDELMAN, MD, is the director of the Diabetes Care Clinic at the VA Medical Center and founder of Taking Control of Your Diabetes. He lives in San Diego, CA.
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Publisher
Rodale Books
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Published on
Mar 1, 2011
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Pages
400
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ISBN
9781609613402
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Health & Healing / Diabetic & Sugar-Free
Health & Fitness / Diet & Nutrition / Diets
Health & Fitness / Diseases / Diabetes
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Today, most doctors, dietitians, and even diabetes specialists consider type 2 diabetes to be a chronic and progressive disease—a life sentence with no possibility of parole. But the truth, as Dr. Fung reveals in this paradigm-shifting book, is that type 2 diabetes is reversible. Writing with clear, persuasive language, he explains why conventional treatments that rely on insulin or other blood-glucose-lowering drugs can actually exacerbate the problem, leading to significant weight gain and even heart disease. The only way to treat type 2 diabetes effectively, he argues, is proper dieting and intermittent fasting—not medication.

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