Books & Resources

Lifeline for Parents of Diabetic Kids

Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending a unique event.  At least I think it was unique. Actually I’m kind of hoping it wasn’t — because the Pediatric Diabetes Symposium held at UC San Francisco on Saturday was nothing short of a lifeline for parents of diabetic kids.  I hope there are events like this one all over the country!
This free-of-charge program ran from 9am-3pm and featured a “Kids Kamp” daycare program so…

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Author Thinks Like a (Rather Opinionated) Pancreas

Gary Scheiner is an outspoken CDE (Certified Diabetes Educator).  That’s probably because he’s lived with Type 1 diabetes himself for over 20 years.  Best known for his insulin-pumping guidebook, Think Like a Pancreas, he’s become something of a guru on the best techniques for achieving optimal diabetes control.
Trained at Joslin, he’s done extensive volunteer work for the ADA, JDRF, and DESA (Diabetes Exercise & Sports Association).  He’s authored dozens of articles, and speaks at…

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Sweet Fire, the Nutrition Crash Course

I have what I’d call a vaguely informed idea of the nitty-gritty of nutrition, i.e. how the body converts carbs into energy, uses protein to build and repair tissue, and flushes out fiber.  You know, all that stuff…  But over time, my vague knowledge seems to get more and more vague if I don’t brush up a bit.
So a few months ago — at a very yuppie campground here in N. Cal (the kind…

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Incredible Edible Book Offer

Let me start by saying that yesterday was just the Best Blogging Day Ever!  I should have de-lurked you all ages ago.  Thank you for all your wonderful comments!!
Now, just in case you had the slightest interest in purchasing our new book (~grin~), please check out the nifty new “Order Now” button in the left-hand margin here.  That’s right, get your very own copy PLUS a free trial pack of ExtendBars right here, right…

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