Birth weight and maternal glycemia are favorably influenced by dietary changes.Read More »
Monthly Archives: August 2018
Unsuccessful diabetes management found to lead to more distress, worse patient outcomes.Read More »
Sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating increasing risk of developing cardiometabolic diseases.Read More »
By Sheri R. Colberg, PhD, FACSMJ
It’s possible to gain weight from treating too many bouts of hypoglycemia. I addressed this topic over a decade ago, but it remains relevant and worth revisiting, along with addressing some new insights on weight gain in general with insulin use.
Should we lower the A1c to 5.7 for the diagnosis for diabetes and remove prediabetes as a diagnosis, so that we can treat pharmaceutically? Follow the link to share your opinion.Read More »
Your patient has been systematically titrating his basal insulin dose for the last 6 months. His daily dose is NPH .90 U/kg/day. Despite his good efforts, you decide it would be prudent to add a prandial insulin dose to his treatment regimen. Which of the following scenarios might lead you to this conclusion?
A. A1C=7.4%, FPG less than 130 mg/dl, PPG greater than 180 mg/dl
B. A1C=7.0%, FPG less than 130 mg/dl, PPG less than 180 mg/dl
C. A1C=7.0%, FPG less than 120mg/dl, PPG less than 160mg/dl
D. A1C=6.8%, FPG less than 120 mg/dl, PPG less than 160 mg/dl
Follow the link for the answer.
Studies have shown that apple cider vinegar can improve insulin sensitivity in healthy or insulin-resistant individuals. A study published in Diabetes Care investigated apple cider vinegar's effect on type 1 diabetes.Read More »
Lowest-priced insulin required to safely, effectively achieve treatment goals should be prescribedRead More »
These patients are tightly controlled with glucose-lowering medications with high risk of hypoglycemiaRead More »
Diagnostic thresholds should be adapted using local populations, authors sayRead More »