From Virginia, USA:
How do I get a copy of the Carb Count Chart? Are there any studies that I can be involved in, in my area?
I would advise that you contact a registered dietitian or your local American Diabetes Association office to receive a copy of The Exchange List for Meal Planning which categorizes nutrient composition for commonly eaten foods. Ask your physician for a referral to a registered dietitian, if necessary. With regards to studies, also ask your physician if he/she is aware of ongoing diabetes research trials in your community. Much of the time they receive information about such clinical trials for diabetes.
Original posting 18 Feb 2004
Posted to Meal Planning, Food and Diet
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