Interpreting the Joslin diabetes center and joslin clinic clinical nutrition guideline for overweight and obese adults with type 2 diabetes
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Interpreting the Joslin Diabetes Center and Joslin Clinic Clinical Nutrition Guideline for Overweight and Obese Adults with Type 2 Diabetes, Prediabetes, or at High Risk for Developing Type 2 Diabetes is a weight loss approach to assist health care providers in a clinical setting when counseling overweight individuals. It recommends an individualized weight reduction plan consisting of a lower carbohydrate, moderate protein, and fat diet, with specific activity and behavior modification guidelines.
KeywordsAmerican Diabetes Association Glycemic Index Obese Adult Glycemic Load Meal Plan
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