Diabetes UK Nutrition Guidelines
Food choices for the management of weight and blood glucose in diabetes
Wednesday 25th September
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Content and LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Be aware of/know
- That there is limited evidence for single nutrient approaches for the management of weight and glycaemic in people with diabetes
- That food and dietary pattern-based approaches should be the focus of advice for people with diabetes
- That dietary advice should be based on the individual’s personal and cultural preferences
- The principles behind the research suggesting that weight loss in people with type 2 diabetes can help facilitate remission.
- The evidence base behind the Diabetes UK Nutrition guidelines in relation to the management of weight and glycaemia in people with diabetes
Be able to:
- Describe which dietary approaches which are supported by the evidence in the management of diabetes
- Be confident in developing a range of different dietary pattern-based approaches to match the individual preferences of people with diabetes
Dr Duane Mellor, RD
Senior Teaching Fellow, Aston Medical School, Aston University.
Duane Mellor is an experienced dietitian, researcher and educator having published over 60 papers in the fields of dietetics, nutrition and food science. Having spent the first decade of his career working in diabetes care as a dietitian he moved into research where he investigated the effects of dark chocolate on cardiovascular risk in people with type 2 diabetes. Recently he has moved into medical education, but still is active in diabetes care as part of the Diabetes UK Nutrition Working Group and British Dietetic Association Diabetes Special Interest Group committee.
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Tanya Haffner, Dietitian & Director, Nutrilicious.
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