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Cooking and Eating with Diabetes

Taught byDr. Reed Tuckson
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Despite what you might hear, there is no such thing as a “diabetic diet.” There’s just healthy eating and less healthy eating. In this lesson, Dr. Reed Tuckson shares the fundamentals of nutrition that everyone should know – especially people with type II diabetes or pre-diabetes. He’ll also give you simple strategies for managing the nutritional value of the foods you eat.

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Lesson: Cooking and Eating with Diabetes

In this lesson, Dr. Reed Tuckson shares the fundamentals of nutrition that everyone should know – especially people with type II diabetes or pre-diabetes. He’ll also give you simple strategies for managing the nutritional value of the foods you eat.

Lesson 1 Cooking and Eating with Diabetes

Dr. Reed Tuckson

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Dr. Reed Tuckson

Dr. Reed Tuckson, author of The Doctor in the Mirror, is the former Chief of Medical Affairs for United Health Group and is now the managing director of Tuckson Health Connections, LLC, a non-profit focused on improving health and healthcare throughout America.

Throughout his career, Dr. Tuckson has been recognized as a leader in public health, academic medicine, organized medicine and private sector health organizations. He has committed himself to a vision of “comprehensive, multi-disciplinary, and integrated health care.”

He is the President of the American Telemedicine Association. He also serves on a variety of boards including the National Academy of Medicine’s Health Sciences Policy Board, the Roundtable on Value & Science-Driven Health Care, the Digital Learning Collaborative, the American Telemedicine Association, Cell Therapeutics Inc., and LifePoint Health. He is on the Board of Trustees of Howard University, and he is the Senior Clinical Advisor to United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings epidemiology reports.

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