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References for

'Reclaim Control of Your Blood Sugar Levels With The Diabetic Total Lifestyle Roadmap'


Asif, M.  The prevention and control the type-2 diabetes by changing lifestyle and dietary pattern.  J Educ Health Promot.  2014 Feb 21;  3(1) :  1 – 8.  This study showed that the effective lifestyle modifications including counseling on weight loss, adoption of a healthy dietary pattern, together with physical activity are the cornerstone in the prevention of type-2 diabetes.    
Bo S., Ciccone G., Baldi C., Benini L., Dusio F., Forastiere G., Lucia C., Nuti C., Durazzo M., Cassader M., Gentile L., Pagano G.  Effectiveness of a lifestyle intervention on metabolic syndrome.  A randomized controlled trial.  J Gen Intern Med.  2007 Dec;  22(12) :  1695 – 703.  This study showed that a lifestyle intervention based on general recommendations was effective in reducing multiple metabolic and inflammatory abnormalities while the usual care by family physicians was ineffective at modifying progressive metabolic deterioration in highrisk individuals. 
Knowler W.C., Barrett-Connor E., Fowler S.E., Hamman R.F., Lachin J.M., Walker E.A., Nathan D.M., Diabetes Prevention Program Research Group.  Reduction in the incidence of type 2 diabetes with lifestyle intervention or metformin.  N Engl J Med.  2002 Feb 7;  346(6) :  393 – 403.  This study showed that lifestyle changes and treatment with metformin both reduced the incidence of diabetes in persons at high risk. The lifestyle intervention was more effective than metformin. 

Lim E.L., Hollingsworth K.G., Aribisala B.S., Chen M.J., Mathers J.C., Taylor R.  Reversal of type 2 diabetes :  normalisation of beta cell function in association with decreased pancreas and liver triacylglycerol. Diabetologia.  2011 Oct;  54(10) :  2506 – 14.  This study showed that most symptom of diabetes was reversed in as little as 7 days and all symptoms could be reversed in 8 weeks.  They concluded that the abnormalities underlying type 2 diabetes are reversible by reducing dietary energy intake.     

Tuomilehto J., Lindstrom J., Eriksson J.G., Valle T.T., Hämäläinen H., Ilanne-Parikka P., KeinänenKiukaanniemi S., Laakso M., Louheranta A., Rastas M., Salminen V., Uusitupa M., Finnish Diabetes Prevention Study Group.  Prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus by changes in lifestyle among subjects with impaired glucose tolerance.  N Engl J Med.  2001 May 3;  344(18) :  1343 – 50.  This study showed that type 2 diabetes can be prevented by changes in the lifestyles of high-risk subjects.