Pushing Through and Beyond
The Road to Beating Type II Diabetes
So... What's for Dinner?
Keep Those Feet Movin'
Still confused? Have some more questions? Here are a few professionals who can help you.
Endocrinologists excel in addressing problems concerning endrocrinal disorders, which diabetes is included under. Therefore, they should be experts in your condition and should also be, theoretically speaking, of paramount assistance.
Clinical researchers are responsible for a variety of tasks, including the running of or assisting in running of an experiment or clinical trial and interpreting/analyzing data. Clinical researchers can be of great help as clinical trials can help identify the cause of a problem with a patient, such as a diabetic, and narrow down a solution.
Nutritionists are experts in food and nutrition and are also responsible for advising dietary suggestions and options for people, of course including diabetics. In other words, a nutritionist can assist a diabetic by evaluating dietary options for them.
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