Diabetes and Nutrition

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Type 2 diabetes, formerly called adult-onset diabetes, is the most common type of the disease, affecting 95 percent of people with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes affects people at any age, even during childhood. However, this type of diabetes develops most often in middle-aged and older people, and those who are overweight and inactive.

Speakers: Kathleen Kenny, MD Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine – General Medicine Disciplines, Stanford University School of Medicine
Jessica Shipley, MS, RD

Learn more about What all age group should be screened for diabetes from Dr Jagadeesh Kumar Kanakuntla, Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Kondapur

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  1. shark air

    so they go in to detail on how carbs raise blood sugar and talk about potion control.
    then they recommend a huge meal of carbs. they cannot be serious.

  2. hogi99

    The advice to eat every 3 to 4 hours is outdated and will only perpetuate and advance the diabetes. Do some research on intermittent fasting.

  3. Bat Mite

    My daughter drinks lots of water and urinates with the same rate, there are no other symptoms to show if those have anything to do with diabetes. This is a good information that I have gone through Diabets.Care She is 2 years 9 months, hale and healthy, have not done any blood test. But I am not certain if one can get diabetes at such a tender age. Please I will like to know more on that

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  7. Paul Salvaterra

    Sounds like u want them dead, rice, pasta, how u think they got to b where t u ey are today, like most dieticians, very poor advice

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  10. Bruce Hutchinson

    That needs to be low carbohydrates no vegetable oils. Yes Olive oil coconut oil MCT

  11. Bruce Hutchinson

    Michelle Obama nutrition expert>> NOT

  12. Star Gazer

    Don;t eat hot dogs burgers and drink soda, WTF! Who does not know this things, how condescending can these PhD.s be!

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  16. rassel aguimar

    The Agoge diet works great and you feel great, in contrast to the keto diet. Keto isn't supposed to be adhered to by healthy people and without medical supervision.

  17. James C Eastep

    As a retired veterinary pathologist, (with some knowledge of chemistry, lab tests, & disease) I found both Kathleen and Jessica's presentations very understandable, well documented, and logical, with good simplification and summarization of useful guidelines. As a moderate Type II diabetic myself, I only wish I had stumbled on to this video earlier. In my opinion, ALL dietitians counseling type II diabetics should make this video required viewing for their patients. It prepares them for specific individualized followup. Thank you so much for this great contribution! – Jim Eastep, MT, DVM, Vet Path (ASCP). Do you have additional followup videos available to us in 2021?
    What are the effects of the use of Truvia/Stevia as sugar substitutes in controlled study? I use them, but am becoming fearful that they modify my gut biome, and may not overall be beneficial for glucose and craving control, but my stomach cannot handle coffee (which I need for alertness) without some sort of sweetner and creamer. What alternatives can you suggest?

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