Finish Line Vision
Jay Hewitt will take you on a journey, telling you his remarkable story of overcoming type 1 diabetes to qualify and race on the US national triathlon team, balancing grueling physical training with work as an attorney, diabetes, and life as a husband and father. He provides research on the neuropsychology of achievement with examples of high achievers in history.
Food, Fun, n’ Fitness
Dr. Mary Friesz has combined her extensive experience as a nutrition and exercise specialist, certified diabetes educator, wellness consultant – and MOM – with her own personal journey through childhood obesity and disordered eating, to create the ultimate guide for enhancing the well-being of our youth.
Gestational Diabetes: What to Expect
The ultimate reference guide for pregnant women with gestational diabetes, this book provides detailed information you need to allay your fears, maintain a healthy pregnancy, and deliver a healthy baby. Revised and expanded to include new insulins and oral medications, dietary precautions, sample blood sugar monitoring log, and meal plans with three calorie levels.
Getting the Most Out of Diabetes Camp: A Guide for Parents and Kids
Along with anecdotes and stories from campers, Getting the Most Out of Diabetes Camp covers topics such as why go to a diabetes camp, is your child ready, which camp is best for your child, what to expect, what not to expect, how to evaluate your child’s experience, and more.
World-renowned gluten-related disorders expert Dr. Alessio Fasano presents the groundbreaking roadmap to a gluten-free lifestyle, and how millions can live better by going gluten free.
Growing Up With Diabetes: What Children Want Their Parents to Know
Using personal experiences, both her own and those of the kids with diabetes that she counsels, the author covers the issues that often lead to strained relationships and even battles.
Help With The Hard Stuff
Help With the Hard Stuff is a workbook designed for teens diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and their parents.
Highs & Lows
One in twenty people in North America have diabetes. This book will prepare them for living with the disease.
How to Save Up to $3000 a Year on Your Diabetes Costs
Diabetes is riddled with expenses–but within this book are the best ways to save on those expenses when living on a low income.
Kids First Diabetes Second: Tips for Parenting a Child with Type 1
Raising a child is a difficult job. Raising a child with a chronic illness such as diabetes can be a difficult job with a side order of special challenges. Leighann Calentine’s D-Mom Blog is an invaluable resource for parents and caregivers of children with diabetes.