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Diabetes Update 143: Fatty Liver

June 1, 2010

By David Mendosa


Columbine

Medicine Hat

A Spanish Mustang in South Dakota, May 25, 2010

  • My New Diabetes Articles for Health Central:

    So far I have written 468 articles for the Health Central Network about all aspects of diabetes. In May this website published five more of my new diabetes articles:

  • Vitamin E for Your Fatty Liver Now we have yet another tool in our arsenal against fatty liver disease. It's a strange one. The new tool that may reverse fatty liver disease is vitamin E.

  • Let's Talk about Prediabetes. My May tele-seminar focused on prediabetes. What would you like me to discuss -- and answer questions about -- during my next tele-seminar?

  • Making Blood Glucose Testing Fun. If you didn't think that testing your blood glucose could be fun, you probably haven't tried Bayer Diabetes Care's new Didget blood glucose meter. And its companion device, an Nintendo gaming system.

  • My Favorite Snack. Like everything I put in my mouth, my favorite snack has to meet two criteria: it has to taste good and be good for my body. My favorite snack has that and more. It is also very low calorie and is carb free.

  • Weight Control Registry. The National Weight Control Registry is the best guide we have showing us how people actually lose weight and keep it off. This article tells the secrets these people use.
  • Dr. Bernstein's Webcast

    If you have any interest in controlling your diabetes by low-carb eating, one of the best resources is Dr. Richard K. Bernstein's monthly webcast. It's an hour of excellent diabetes education.

    Dr. Bernstein's next live tele-seminar is Wednesday, June 30, at 8:00 PM EST, 7:00 PM CST, 6:00 PM MST, and 5:00 PM PST. He designed it to answer your most important questions concerning diabetes and to offer his thoughts on the latest developments in this area. Dr. Bernstein's special topic this time is "How to keep hospitals from killing dehydrated diabetics with intravenous glucose." The seminar is free. You can click here to register: http://www.diabetes911.net/askdrb/index.php. It's also available as a live webcast both on the Internet and by phone.

  • Searching For My Articles
  • Whenever you want to find anything that I have written about diabetes -- whether on my website or on the Health Central Network -- the easiest way is to use the search tool on my site. You can search for all of the articles on my site or for the "Diabetes Developments" blog or the "Fitness and Photography for Fun" blog or what I have written at Health Central.

    Just go to mendosa.com/search and check which one of the four sites you want to search and enter what you want to find in the search block.

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    Each month I describe and link my new Health Central articles here. But you can also use a blog reader to keep up with my articles more quickly. I use Bloglines, as I describe in my article, “Reading Health Blogs.” Go to bloglines.com, click on feeds, click on add, (both in left pane), then in center pane enter at “Blog or Feed URL” click on www.healthcentral.com/diabetes/c/17/rss/. Alternatively, you can subscribe to my new articles at Health Central by taking your browser to http://www.bloglines.com/sub/http://www.healthcentral.com/diabetes/c/17/.

  • This Newsletter
    Diabetes Update keeps you up-to-date with new articles, Web pages, and books that I have written about diabetes.

    I list and link most of these on my at Diabetes Directory and in the site’s menu at the upper left of all my Web pages.

    From time to time Diabetes Update may also include links to other Web pages of special interest.

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