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|Nutrition News Releases|
02/07/2012 - 2012 The Stalled “Let’s Move” Campaign Needs to Get Back in Gear, Doctors Say August 8, 2012 Doctors Petition USDA to Remove Milk as Required Food from School Lunches July 19, 2012 Billboard Near Kauffman Stadium Warns All-Star Fans of Hot Dog-Cancer Link July 9, 2012
|Food for Life: Healthy Eating and Cooking to Beat Diabetes in Indian Country|
07/28/2011 - Welcome! This is the home of curriculum materials for a unique nutrition education program designed to address the epidemic of type 2 diabetes among Native Americans. Research conducted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and many other research teams has demonstrated the power of plant-base
|Print Public Service Announcements|
03/09/2011 - Your Body Is an Instrument of Expression Dorothy Hamill captured our hearts in 1976 when she won the gold medal at the Winter Olympics with her tra
|TV Public Service Announcements|
03/09/2011 - Watch PCRM PSAs here or see and share them on YouTube. Veggie Hunter Watch > An intrepid scientist searches the darkest
|Section Four: Diabetes|
02/26/2011 - Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Nutritional Factors in Neuropathy Low-F
|Diet and Diabetes: Recipes for Success|
09/09/2010 - Diet and Diabetes: Recipes for Success Diabetes Basics Glucose, a simple sugar, is the body’s main fuel. It is present in the bloodstream, but in people with diabetes it cannot get into the cells where it is needed. In type 1 diabetes (which was once referred to as childhood-onset diabetes), the pro
|Nutrición y Diabetes|
09/09/2010 - Nutrición y Diabetes Fundamentos de la diabetes En la diabetes, las células del cuerpo no pueden obtener el azúcar que necesitan. La glucosa, un azúcar simple, es el principal combustible del cuerpo. La glucosa se encuentra en