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Letter from the Editor, #694: Why Some Obese Patients Don’t Get Diabetes

Sep 13, 2013

We have seen numerous studies demonstrating the value of resistance exercise for diabetes patients but often we only think of weights and machines and those methods rule out a lot of our patients. This week, Dr. Sheri Colberg brings us a primer on how all our patients can do some sort of resistance training.

If you take the time to read the item Why Many Obese People Don’t Get Diabetes, you will have an answer when one of your patients ask you why their friend who eats everything in sight, weighs over 300 pounds, and never exercises, doesn’t have diabetes.



From dLife.com: "On the next dLifeTV episode, Don Francisco, host of Sabado Gigante, talks about his dLife; Straight from the dLife kitchen, a recipe for a flavorful chicken salad; dLife community member Chuck Keyserling talks about the benefits of weight training; dLife member Sandy Ramesh talks about how yoga helped her battle against type 2 diabetes." Sundays live online at dLifeTV.com at 7 PM ET, 6 PM CT, and 4 PM PT. Keep up on the latest dLife news at dLifeTV.com.
With a day packed full of education, motivational tools, one-on-one sessions, and workshops, the TCOYD health fair is a great way to get your patients to take better care of their health and themselves. TCOYD.com

We can make a difference!

Dave Joffe, Editor-in-chief