Diabetes discussed on Asa Andrew

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You in the clinical setting in the truth additional primary care office it's unbelievable to see it really is an and we have diabetes educators you know the rdc registered dieticians in are kind of the new breed nutritionist or the title nutritionists has just been loosely used over year the years in the dietetic association which i'm a huge fan of by the way now has registered dieticians in licensed in nutritionist in almost forty six states is only several states that just don't do either one and they really come on board and they have different board certifications indifference specialties like oncology nutrition pediatric nutrition sports nutrition and it's really great coming field so if you go to someone based on nutrition make sure you there there at least qualified in that area register dietician license dietician at some level boardcertified in nutrition something that you can count on it so they're not just winging it off of some book their red on a weekend very important however most people they're the diabetes educators now usually have these credentials during the hospitals they work with private clinics and they've done a survey and they found that even with all this education of people that are just ready to walk with you take you by the hand and help people still don't want to change and even even though they know that their eating habits there lifestyle habits have put them in the situation of having diabetes which can lead to unbelievable issues within the our health light chronic renal disease kidney failure losing toes and limbs neuropathy which is the nerve pain that goes down the leg in the feet or into the hands in all these different situations that can happen is a result of diabetes and people die of it it's a progressive disease.

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