Books

Frustrated With Highs and Lows

“Using Insulin” may soon become the new bible for “everyone who wants to end blood glucose highs and lows.”

In spite of its title, the book, authored by John Walsh, PA, CDE; Ruth Roberts, MA; Chandrasekhar Varma, MD, FACE, FACP; …

2025

The Diabetic Athlete

In addition to being an assistant professor of exercise science at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia and DIABETES HEALTH’s exercise advisor, Sheri Colberg, PhD, can add “author” to her list of credentials.

Colberg, a diabetic athlete with a PhD …

An Abundancy of Books For Diabetes Month

National Diabetes Month is always a good time to stop and take stock of how much you really know about managing your diabetes. With a large assortment of new books on the market, understanding your diabetes can be that much …

Book Claims to Have “The Diabetes Cure”

In a new book, “The Diabetes Cure,” author Vern Cherewatenko, MD, claims that an herbal compound, hydroxycitric acid (HCA), coupled with a chromium supplement, plus some serious dieting and exercise, is the cure for type 2 diabetes.

Cherewatenko, a family …

Curling Up with a Good Diabetes Cookbook

February seems a good month to view the wintry weather outside from a comfortable chair, accompanied by a steaming cup of sugar-free hot cocoa and a pile of diabetes cookbooks. From the many available choices, here are a few I …

Book Review

The Diabetic Man: A Guide to Health and Success in All Areas of Your Life
by Peter Lodewick, MD, June Biermann and Barbara Toohey
(Lowell House, $16)
To purchase call Prana Publications at (800) 735-7726.

In a Nutshell: Biermann & …

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