The Revolutionary Method to Reverse Insulin Resistance | 15 CEU
Current medical wisdom advises that anyone suffering from diabetes or prediabetes should eat a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet--which improves short-term blood glucose control—but may increase the long-term risk for chronic diseases like cancer, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, chronic kidney disease, and fatty liver disease.
Explore a revolutionary solution from two health experts- to eat a low-fat plant-based whole-food diet, the most powerful way to reverse insulin resistance in all types of diabetes. Discover this step-by-step plan proven to reverse insulin resistance--the root cause of blood glucose variability--while improving overall health and maximizing life expectancy. Armed with more than 800 scientific references and drawing on more than 36 years of personal experience living with type 1 diabetes themselves, the experts show how to eat large quantities of carbohydrate-rich whole foods while decreasing blood glucose, oral medication, and insulin requirements.
Understand the efficacy of a low-fat plant-based whole-food diet in reversing insulin resistance in all types of diabetes: type 1, type 1.5, type 2, prediabetes, and gestational diabetes.
Comprehend the efficacy of intermittent fasting and daily exercise upon managing diabetes and glucose control.
Develop protocols and patient education for eating in tricky situations, such as restaurant meals and family dinners.
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Book: Paperback, 400pp. Feb 2020. ISBN-13: 978-0593189993
Continuing Education Info Professionally accepted for continuing education. View info. This course is also accepted by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and may be used towards the continuing professional education unit (CPEU) requirement for dietetic professionals (RDNs & NDTRs).