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DESIGNER: INSERT RODALE LYWL LOGO WITH PURPOSE STATEMENT. This book is dedicated to my father, Donald M. Barnard, MD, a kind and wise physician, and to the participants in our research studies. I am deeply grateful for your important contribution to this work. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The research that culminated in this book was a team effort. I want to express my deepest appreciation to the research volunteers who put up with many early mornings, late nights, and needle sticks in performing an important public service. You have taught me a great deal and helped this project immeasurably. I greatly appreciate the support of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases of the National Institutes of Health, particularly Sanford Garfield, PhD, and of the Diabetes Action Education and Research Foundation and its director, Pat DeVoe, RN, BSN, without which this research would not have been possible. Thank you to the American Diabetes Association for the opportunity to share our findings along the way. Joshua Cohen, MD, of the division of endocrinology at George Washington University, was instrumental in planning and guiding our research work. David J. A. Jenkins, MD, PhD, DSc, of the University of Toronto, is an extraordinary mentor whose generosity with his time, knowledge, and ideas is something I hope to pass on to other investigators. Gabrielle Turner-McGrievy, MS, RD, and Lisa Gloede, RD, CDE, helped extensively in research planning and in guiding our participants toward more healthful ways of eating. Brent Jaster, MD; Amber A. Green, RD; Kim Seidl, MS, RD; Susan Levin, MS, RD; Trulie Ankerberg-Nobis, RD; Dulcie Ward, RD; Jennifer Reilly, RD; and Mary Ellen Wolfe, RN CDE, shared their expertise and guidance with me and our research participants. Robyn Webb and Isabel Clark inspired us all with their culinary wisdom. Thanks to Paul Poppen, PhD, for his expert assistance in planning and executing the statistical analyses. Andrew Nicholson, MD, and Mark Sklar, MD, guided our initial research on diabetes, and Larry Kushi, PhD, provided thoughtful advice along the way. John A. McDougall, MD, and Mary McDougall provided educational materials and wonderful recipes. Stanley Talpers, MD, kept a watchful eye on medical issues for our participants, and Brad Moore, MD, served as our safety officer. Thanks to Tara Nicotra, Beatrice Huang, Melinda Beard, and Walter Gayle for tackling all the day-to-day issues and keeping our research on track. Thanks also to Cyril Kendall, PhD, Benoit Lamarche, PhD, and Gary Bradwin for their expertise with laboratory analyses. Special thanks to Ernest P. Noble, MD, PhD, and Terry Ritchie, PhD, of the University of California, Los Angeles, for their generosity and expertise in genetic analyses. Thank you to Donald S. Karcher, MD, Terry Costa, Luce Merino, Estela Day, Patrice Moore, and everyone at George Washington University clinical laboratory client services. Cael Croft provided the wonderful medical illustrations in this book. I am also very grateful to many individuals who made thoughtful comments on the manuscript, especially Caroline Trapp, APRN, BC-ADM, CDE; Steve Sawmelle; Doug Hall; Stephen Kane; Francelle Wax; Kathy Glissen; Jonathan Balcombe, PhD; Dan Kinburn; Jenn Kaplan; and Benjamin Zoll. Thank you to Lorin O'Toole for critiquing the manuscript and helping with the recipes. Finally, and especially, thank you to Mary Ann Naples for endless creativity, enthusiasm, and wise counsel; Lisa Considine, my editor at Rodale, for helping to shape this book into its current form; and Bryanna Clark Grogan for providing wonderful recipes. Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 000 INTRODUCTION: A NEW APPROACH TO DIABETES 000 PART 1. THE BREAKTHROUGH Chapter 1. The Basics Have Changed 000 Chapter 2. Reversing Type 2 Diabetes 000 Chapter 3. A Revolution in Type 1 Diabetes 000 PART 2. THE PROGRAM Chapter 4. A Powerful New Menu 000 Chapter 5. How to Get Started 000 Chapter 6. Healthful Weight Control 000 Chapter 7. How to Track Your Progress 000 Chapter 8. A Perfect Diet in an Imperfect World 000 Chapter 9. Troubleshooting 000 Chapter 10. Which Supplements Should You Take? 000 Chapter 11. The World's Easiest Exercise Plan 000 PART 3. COMPLETE HEALTH Chapter 12. A Healthy Heart 000 Chapter 13. Healthy Nerves, Eyes, and Kidneys 000 Chapter 14. Information for Clinicians 000 MENUS AND RECIPES 000 APPENDIX 1: DIABETES MEDICATIONS 000 APPENDIX 2: INGREDIENTS THAT MAY BE NEW TO YOU 000 APPENDIX 3: RESOURCES 000 NOTES 000 INDEX 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Diabetes -- Popular works.
Diabetes -- Alternative treatment -- Popular works.