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The Diabetes Clubhttp://www.thediabetesclub.com/
The-Diabetes-Club.com is a blog created for those people who are interested in preventing Diabetes Type 2 or controlling blood sugar levels.
Diabetes type 2 can be prevented. But if you already have a diagnosis of diabetes, you can control the ups and downs of blood sugar –a key factor in preventing complications down the road- through a healthy life style that includes adequate nutrition and being physically active.
In this blog you will find useful information to help you understand how nutrition and exercise affects the way your body works. Through my articles, the forum, and the diabetes club, you will learn how to manage your blood sugar levels, how to lose weight, and how to prevent the many complications of diabetes such as heart disease, high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
I would like to suggest that you to visit frequently the-diabetes-club.com to learn new information as the content of this blog is updated regularly with sound advice in the areas of diet and exercise as well as with scientific research in the field of diabetes.
Who is Emilia Klapp?
I would start by saying that I have a Bachelor Degree in Nutrition Science conferred by California State University, Los Angeles and that I am certified as a Registered Dietitian. For those who are not familiar with the term “Registered Dietitian” – if you are not in a medical environment you probably are not- this means that after obtaining my bachelor degree, I have completed almost a year of practices as a nutritionist in hospitals and I have passed the required test by the American Dietetic Association to officially become a Dietitian at the national level.
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