REALITY DIABETES takes the reader into the real life drama of a person with type 2 diabetes. Marci Page Sloane, also known as Food Majesty, is a registered and licensed dietitian and a certified diabetes educator who holds a dual Master’s degree in Nutrition and Physiology from Teachers College at Columbia University. Food Majesty’s messages are shared in a humorous, yet educational, story-telling manner to guide an adult with type 2 diabetes through the challenges. By simply playing by the D-I-A-B-E-T-E-S rules you will discover the basic concepts to self-management. Marci makes learning about food, recipes, meal and snack choices as delicious as eating! You will quickly understand how to avoid or delay the complications, like heart disease, in an understandable language. For your convenience and more thorough understanding, there are charts for you to keep track of food, exercise, mood/stress levels, weight, medications/supplements and calories. All aspects of diabetes control are provided in real-life diabetes scenarios and heart-felt admissions from the real type 2s from South Florida that will warm your heart. Marci Page Sloane will walk you through the steps to allow you to live with diabetes – your way.
The Diet Game is here to teach you how to eat! Marci Sloane is a practicing dietitian/nutritionist who will passionately and humorously encourage and motivate you to lose weight and stay healthy through rules of a game! Once you learn how to play there is no going back! The Diet Game brings you simple, straightforward techniques for permanent weight loss in a light and easy way. Marci Sloane uses her counseling experience and shares her secrets to successful weight loss with 30 days of practice menus, simple recipes and drug-free ways to prevent or treat conditions like cholesterol or diabetes with nutrition.
This book in the successful Chicken Soup for the Soul Healthy Living Series offers inspirational stories followed by positive, practical advice. It addresses Diabetes, a major lifestyle/health issue in America today.

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