The following online resources include research, advocacy, blogs, and additional support for living with diabetes. Please note that the Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center is not responsible for the content in these websites. Advice on these websites should not replace the advice of your physician.
Diabetes Advocacy Alliance
NutritionThe Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND)
General DiabetesAmerican Diabetes Association
PrediabetesDiabetes Prevention Program
Publications on Diabetes
We hope you find this listing of books on diabetes helpful.
Nutrition & Exercise
Kids & Teens
The Complete Quick & Hearty Diabetic Cookbook: More Than 250 Fast, Low-fat Recipes with Old-fashioned Good Taste by American Diabetes Association
Diabetes Meals On $7 A Day--Or Less!: How to Plan Healthy Menus without Breaking the Bank by Patricia Geil, Tami Ross
The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting: Featuring the Tools and Techniques Used by the Experts by M.S. Gary Scheiner M.S.
Diabetic Athlete's Handbook: Your Guide to Peak Performance by Sheri Colberg
Using Insulin, Everything You Need for Success With Insulin by John Walsh, Ruth Roberts, Timothy Bailey, and Chandra B. Varma
Think Like a Pancreas: A Practical Guide to Managing Diabetes with Insulin by M.S. Gary Scheiner M.S. and Ph.D. Barry Goldstein M.D.
Kids & Teens
Type 1 Diabetes: A Guide for Children, Adolescents, Young Adults--and Their Caregivers, Third Edition by M.D. Ragnar Hanas M.D., Ph.D. Stuart Brink Ph.D., Jeff Hitchcock
When You're a Parent With Diabetes: A Real Life Guide to Staying Healthy While Raising a Family (Paperback) by Kathryn Gregorio Palmer
Your First Year With Diabetes: What to Do, Month by Month by Theresa Garnero
The Uncomplicated Guide to Diabetes Complications, 3rd Ed. by Marvin E. Levin & Michael A. Pfeifer
Diabetes Burnout: What To Do When You Can't Take it Anymore by William Polonsky
*Note: Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center is not responsible for the content in these books. Any advice in these books should not replace the advice of your doctor.