Guide To Further Reading

Atkinson M A, Eisenbarth G S 2001 Type 1 diabetes: new perspectives on disease pathogenesis and treatment. Lancet 358: 221-229 Boyle P J et al 1995 Brain glucose uptake and unawareness of hypoglycemia in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. New England Journal of Medicine 333:1726-1731 Clark C M Jr, Lee D A1995 Prevention and treatment of the complications of diabetes mellitus. New England Journal of Medicine 332:1210-1217 Dornhorst A 2001 Insulinotropic meglitinide analogues. Lancet 358:1709-1716 Diabetes Control and Complications Trial Research Group 1993 The effect of intensive treatment of diabetes on the development and progression of long-term complications in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. New England Journal of Medicine 329: 977-986 Fajans S S, Bell G I, Polonski K S 2001 Molecular mechanisms and clinical pathophysiology of maturity-onset diabetes in the young. New England Journal of Medicine 345: 971-980 Garner P 1995 Type I diabetes mellitus and pregnancy.

Lancet 346:157-161 Owens D R, Zinman B, Bolli G B 2001 Insulins today and beyond. Lancet 358: 739-746 Report 1998 Clinical management of overweight and obese patients with particular reference to the use of drugs. Royal College of Physicians of London: London

Stevens A B et al 1989 Motor vehicle driving amongst diabetics taking insulin and non-diabetics. British Medical Journal 299: 591 Stumvoll M et al 1995 Metabolic effects of metformin in non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. New England Journal of Medicine 333: 550-554

Willett W C, Dietz W H, Colditz G A1999 Guidelines for healthy weight. New England Journal of Medicine 341:427-434 Williams G 1994 Management of non-insulin-

dependent diabetes mellitus. Lancet 343: 95-100 Wright J R 2002 From ugly fish to conqueror of death: J J R Macleod's fish insulin research, 1922-24. Lancet 359:1238-1242 Yanovski S Z, Yanovski J A 2002 Obesity. New England Journal of Medicine 346: 591-602

Supplements For Diabetics

Supplements For Diabetics

All you need is a proper diet of fresh fruits and vegetables and get plenty of exercise and you'll be fine. Ever heard those words from your doctor? If that's all heshe recommends then you're missing out an important ingredient for health that he's not telling you. Fact is that you can adhere to the strictest diet, watch everything you eat and get the exercise of amarathon runner and still come down with diabetic complications. Diet, exercise and standard drug treatments simply aren't enough to help keep your diabetes under control.

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