I want to share some good books on diabetes which are really insightful and informative which provided me motivation to start this blog and help motivate many of my loved ones and friends to fight against diabetes.
The first book is Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes
Until Dr. Barnard’s scientific breakthrough, most health professionals believed that once you developed diabetes, you were stuck with it―and could anticipate one complication after another, from worsening eyesight and nerve symptoms to heart and kidney problems. But as this groundbreaking work reveals, this simply is not true. In a series of studies―the most recent funded by the National Institutes of Health―Dr. Barnard has shown that it is possible to repair insulin function and reverse type 2 diabetes. By following the scientifically proven, life-changing program described in Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes, diabetics can control blood sugar three times more effectively than with the standard diet; and cut back on and in some cases eliminate medications while reducing the risk of diabetes complications.
Second book is
What Your Doctor Doesn’T Know About Nutritional Medicine May beKilling You
I was initially doubtful about ordering this book, But when I started reading this book I felt whatever he speaks is truth. I believe this book should be read by everyone who wants to be healthy and fit.
We say ‘Prevention is better than Cure.’ But do we really follow that? How much money and Time do we really spend on our health? Think about it. Just reading some blog or knowing some facts or joining a gym and following their diet isn’t enough! You cannot prevent a chronic disease from happening. To do that you need to know the root cause of it. This book provides you just that. Have an investment mentality because nothing is more important than your health. Recommended daily allowance for every vitamin and mineral isn’t enough for an individual to have Optimal health. Understand this difference and start searching for proper supplements.
Third book I will recommend is
The Illustrated Guide to Living with Diabetes in India
Learn to win over diabetes from a network of 0.5 million people impacted by the disease Confused about which foods to eat and which to avoid? Trying to figure out which are the right exercises for you? An aunt recommended that karela juice will solve all your problems, but is it really worth the trouble? An uncle recommended yoga but no one to tell you which asanas? This book will help you get validated, scientific answers to all these questions and more. It has been developed as a practical guide to self-manage diabetes in India by The LWDI Community. “This book provides scientific and credible information with a real-world approach. I would recommend it to everyone living with diabetes in India.” ? Dr. Subhash Manchanda, Padma Shri awardee, 2004 “The simplicity of the content with pictorial presentation will really help people with diabetes to self-manage their condition, covering all related topics.”
The Fourth Book is
Living Easy with Diabetes: The Ultimate Handbook ‘The perfect tool to help you control diabetes’ Dr. Ashok Kumar Das
Why did I get diabetes? Can diabetes make me go blind? Are diabetic men more likely to be impotent? Should I inject U/40 insulin with a U/100 syringe? Can I travel if I have diabetes? Should I tell my boss of my condition? India is hurtling away to reach the 100 million diabetics mark by 2030. This means that you and your family are at serious risk of developing diabetes and once you get it, there is no getting away. Living Easy with Diabetes, the Ultimate Handbook is your must-have guide to managing this malaise. Packed with insights from a seasoned diabetologist and diabetes educator, it answers your technical and practical questions, explains symptoms, complications and control methods and inspires you to lead a healthy, happy life by keeping diabetes at bay.
Covering the A to Z of diabetes from planning meals to planning pregnancies, from regulating blood sugar to injecting insulin painlessly, living easy with diabetes is an indispensable resource for diabetics and caregivers.