Teaching subjects with type 2 diabetes how to incorporate sugar choices into their daily meal plan promotes dietary compliance and does not deteriorate metabolic profile.

@article{Nadeau2001TeachingSW,
  title={Teaching subjects with type 2 diabetes how to incorporate sugar choices into their daily meal plan promotes dietary compliance and does not deteriorate metabolic profile.},
  author={Joseph H. Nadeau and Kristine G Koski and Ir{\`e}ne Strychar and J F Yale},
  journal={Diabetes care},
  year={2001},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={
          222-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether teaching free-living subjects with type 2 diabetes how to incorporate added sugars or sweets into their daily meal plan results in a greater consumption of calories (fat or sugar) and deteriorates their glycemic or lipid profiles but improves their perceived quality of life. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS In an 8-month randomized controlled trial, 48 free-living subjects with type 2 diabetes were taught either a conventional (C) meal plan (no concentrated sweets… CONTINUE READING

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