By Sheri R. Colberg, Steven V. Edelman
From interviews with greater than fifty those that have thrived with the situation for as many as eighty four years, diabetes gurus Drs. Colberg and Edelman distill their lifelong behavior into fifty elementary, easy-to-adopt secrets and techniques. that includes profiles of ten those who have every one lived a regular of sixty five years with diabetes and functional suggestion for incorporating each one mystery into your way of life, this valuable source will tell, motivate, and inspire you to dwell well—and fully—to ninety and beyond.
discover what many of the secrets and techniques are:
• reside first and be diabetic second
• understand your numbers and suppose nothing
• Have children if you would like to
• Erase your blunders with exercise
it doesn't matter what form of diabetes you might have, you keep watch over the facility to flee severe problems (or keep an eye on those you will have) and upload years, if now not a long time, for your life.
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It’s good to realize how far we’ve come, but it’s more important to take charge of your diabetes now, with the hope of even better treatments and tools or a cure in the not-too-distant future. A SHORT TALE ABOUT TWO LONG DIABETIC LIVES Few people so far have managed as well or as long as the Cleveland brothers of Syracuse, New York, who have over 157 years of living with diabetes between them. Robert “Bob” Cleveland, reaching his 87th birthday in March of 2007, has lived longer with diabetes than almost anyone else so far—82 years—since the age of 5, just a few years after the discovery of insulin in 1921.
She has also authored myriad articles on exercise and diabetes, as well as three books: The Diabetic Athlete, Diabetes-Free Kids, and The 7 Step Diabetes Fitness Plan. Dr. Colberg has almost 40 years of personal experience with type 1 diabetes. Diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 4 in 1968 in what she refers to as the “dark ages” of diabetes care (pre-home blood glucose monitoring), she has spent her life in pursuit of knowledge to allow her to live a healthy life with her disease. She resides in Virginia Beach with her husband and their three boys.
Robert “Bob” Cleveland, reaching his 87th birthday in March of 2007, has lived longer with diabetes than almost anyone else so far—82 years—since the age of 5, just a few years after the discovery of insulin in 1921. Even more remarkable, though, is the fact that he is not the sole member of his family who has survived a remarkably long time with diabetes. His older brother, Gerald, who turned 91 years old in January, has also had type 1 diabetes since childhood—only slightly less long at 75 years, since the age of 16.