Dr. Bernstein Audiobook Podcast

Audio Clips from Dr. Richard Bernsteins Secrets to Normal Blood Sugars

A compilation of his two best selling books, Diabetes Solution and The Diabetes Diet, the full set of Dr. Bernsteins Secrets To Normal Blood Sugars is available onfive audio CD's, categorized by subject, and containing 6 hours of education. Listen to excerpts from the audiobook podcasted here, and find out more about the audiobook at Dr. Bernsteins website.

Review of Lab Tests - Listen listen_icon
Science of Treating Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
The Chinese Restaurant Effect - Listen listen_icon

Insulin Timing - Listen listen_icon
Fats That Don't Make You Fat - Listen listen_icon
Target Blood Glucose Levels - Listen listen_icon
How Carbohydrates Affect Blood Glucose - Listen listen_icon

Foods to Stay Away From - Listen listen_icon
Sick Days - Listen listen_icon
Nausea and Vomiting - Listen listen_icon

Hospital Care - Listen listen_icon
Exercise and Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
Correcting Blood Sugars for Exercise - Listen listen_icon
Debunking the Somogyi Effect - Listen listen_icon

Last Modified Date: November 27, 2012

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