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However, even if you don't, you can read the spreadsheet with a free program, Microsoft Excel 97/2000 Viewer. Otherwise you will need to use Stuffit Expander, available from
The effects of different foodstuffs are vividly presented in a way that is easy to follow. Bernstein, author of wrote of the book: "I find it very fascinating." Derek has authorized me to make his book, Diabetes and Diet: A Type 2 Patient's Successful Efforts at Control available free online at And Thanks to correspondent Grant Spangler, we now have what some people will find is a more useful version of the complete glycemic index.
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This is a directory of diabetes-related Web pages on this site and other Web pages written by me at the Web sites of the American Diabetes Association and elsewhere.
The meter is not only the world’s smallest diabetes testing system, but also one of the easiest to use. Meter Variability originally appeared in the January 2006 issue of Diabetes Health and is now also online here.
Educational Materials: Meters For those of us who are looking for educational materials about diabetes, it’s only people like us who use the Web are in luck.
The glycemic index, which shows how quickly different foods make glucose available, helps people with diabetes keep their blood glucose under control. There is even an Italian-language version of this article on-line at
The article on my Web site that is downloaded the most is my most detailed article about the glycemic index. Some people like the ability to manipulate the list of the glycemic indexes and glycemic loads when it is in spreadsheet form.The URL is foods that have a quite small amount of available carbohydrate aren’t listed on the glycemic index lists, and some people wonder why. " is not a Web page that I wrote, but his rticle is otherwise unavailable on the Web and is reproduced here with his permission: Patti Geil's article "From Jelly Beans to Kidney Beans" is an outstanding article on the glycemic index that is otherwise unavailable on the Web and is reproduced here with her permission: treating the body as a machine and characterizing the relationships between input (food) and output (blood glucose), Derek Paice, a research engineer who has had type 2 diabetes for more than eight years, was able to get excellent control of his diabetes by diet alone. Paice developed an alternative method to glycemic index for characterizing the glucose-raising effect of food.It’s because they are the “free foods.” They don’t have much impact on your blood sugar level. This "substance glycemic index" is based on a fixed weight of foods, independently of its composition in terms of carbohydrate, protein, and fat.You use Carb Choices with the Carbohydrate Counting method.Each “carb choice” has 15 grams of available carbohydrate—i.e. The spreadsheet is especially useful if you have Excel on your computer. If you have a PC, you can unzip the spreadsheet with Win Zip, available from For my article about educational materials on meters please read it in the Fall 2005 issue of Diabetes Health’s “Diabetes Educational Resource Guide” or read it on my website at Cue is Coming We have been waiting a long time for a really accurate and precise meter.