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The Diabetic Athlete (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. August 2000


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""""The Diabetic Athlete underscores the fact that exercise is critical to the person with diabetes. The book is designed for the active person with diabetes and the health care provider. The first part provides a basic understanding of the diabetic athlete's response to exercise and sports. The second part provides suggestions for and examples of how diabetic athletes prepare for and respond to exercise-induced changes in blood glucose." Al Lewis, PhDBoard of directors chairman of the International Diabetic Athletes Association (IDAA) "A practical and thoughtful book that will be helpful for individuals with diabetes who want to safely enjoy exercise. Dr. Sheri Colberg is an exercise scientist with special expertise in diabetes." David E. Kelley, MDDirector of the University of Pittsburgh's Obesity and Nutrition Research Center"

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Written for those with type 1, type 2, or gestational diabetes this work draws from the collected expertise of hundreds of diabetic athletes, sharing their experience of sports and fitness training. It provides practical blood sugar balance, nutrutional and exercise advice.

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27 von 27 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Very informative, a must have book 19. Dezember 2002
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This book is divided to two parts. The first part explains the physiology of exercise and how it relates to diabetics. It includes general chapters and chapters dedicated to type 1 and type 2. The premise of the book is that knowledge is power, so knowing what the body does during an exersice is powering you to better manage your diabetes as it relates to exercise. It also has a chapter on nutritional supplements for diabetic athletes. The second half of the book deals with specific sport activities and gives advice on how to change your nutrition or insulin regimes to better accomodate for these activities plus examples from actual athletes. I found this part to be less usefull. However the book is worth its weight in gold just for the first part and is a must have for any diabetic that considers exercise as part of his medication. The book is very well written, full of concise and clear information.
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great format and advice 15. November 2000
Von "sloe" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Diabetic Athlete was exactly what I was looking for. It describes the effects different sports and activities have on blood sugar and your body. Also, provides tables and advice on how to manage your glucose levels depending on sport and type of insulin being used. Great reference and easy reading.
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the diabetic athlete 22. Juni 2007
Von B. Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My son is 12 years old and a very strong, diverse athlete. He plays ice hockey, baseball and football and is very organized and very driven. As a newly diagnosed diabetic, we have many many questions about how diabetes is going to affect his life. This book gave me many ideas and made me realize that my son is first and foremost an athlete and we will fit the diabetes into his life.

He is doing really well and told me yesterday that having diabetes isn't such a big deal. We are well into the baseball season and looking ahead to hockey. I was very nervous about handling low blood sugars, but he seems to take it all into stride.

I highly recommend this book -- it is easy and interesting to read.
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Not what I expected 24. Oktober 2007
Von Susan C. Cox - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This was not quite as helpful as I'd hoped. I can understand why, since there is no one answer for the challenges of managing diabetes and exercise. It listed many types of exercise and then what various diabetics might do in certain situaitons, but the end result is that you STILL have to figure it out for yourself. I guess I was looking for more guidance, and more physiological information. Still worth purchasing, and there is a new version in the works by the same author.
A helpful guide for type 1 diabetics 12. April 2014
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I used this book to help me figure out how to run a marathon. With the tips that other athletes had figured out to how to handle their sports. I was able to finish my first marathon 4 years ago. It took a lot of experimenting to figure it out (how to run a marathon) but this book did teach me that there is NO one size fits all solution to sports and diabetes. You will need to go through a trial and error process to get to the goal of sporting with diabetes but it can be done. This book encouraged me to experiment and learn for myself that I can manage my own type 1 diabetes. This book will help parents and caregivers as well with all the stories and all the different sports that are covered.

A must have in any diabetic library.
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