There’s a new book out for everyone who has questions to ask about how you exercise with diabetes, and it includes advice about low-carb eating and exercise.
Nearly 300 athletic individuals were included in this new edition, now re-titled The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes by Shelley Colberg, after answering Shelley’s online survey about their activities and diabetes management. And 15 athletes are included in all-new profiles.
Much of the first half of the book has been rewritten to include low-carb eating, the latest diabetes technologies, new medications, and much more. Tips and best practices to deal with device slippage, temperature extremes, and different activities are included as well.
There is guidance and unique perspectives on 165 sports and activities. More than 80% of the content is entirely new, and the publisher is offering an online CE exam for anyone who needs the credits.
Check it out on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Human Kinetics.
Amazon (in USA–but other countries to follow shortly):
The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes – Kindle edition by Sheri R. Colberg. Professional & Technical Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Buy The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes: Read Kindle Store Reviews – Amazon.com
Barnes & Noble:
Diabetes doesn’t have to slow you down. Whether you’re a recreational exerciser or a competitive athlete, The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes…
Human Kinetics (publisher site):