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Podcast Episode 064: A Hopeful Story: Early Action is Key in Diabetes – Hope Warshaw

May 2, 2017

Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM

 “Healthy eating today is one tough job! The good news is simple tweaks in food choices and eating habits often set you on a healthier path.” – Hope Warshaw

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Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM

Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized dietitian and diabetes educator with years of experience and expertise as an author, freelance writer, media spokesperson and consultant. She is a contributing editor for Diabetic Living Magazine, writes the Nutrition Q&A column in The Washington Post and in 2017 is the Immediate Past President of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

Hope offers practical and realistic solutions for healthier eating – to individuals in counseling sessions and to millions through her best-selling books, magazine articles, social media and TV or radio interviews.

Hope is a go-to expert on weight control tips, diabetes management and meal planning, healthier restaurant eating, low calorie sweeteners and general nutrition guidance. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, TV Food Network, ABC Live, The Diane Rhem Show and many local TV and radio shows.

Hope has been quoted in USA Today, US News, HEALTH, Shape, Diabetes Forecast, Eat This Not That, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Today’s Dietitian, Men’s Fitness, and more.

 

Here are the resources we mentioned on the show: 

  1. Hope’s website and books
  2. Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy – 5th edition 
  3. Hope on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
  4. Do I Have Prediabetes website and risk test
  5. National Diabetes Prevention Program
  6. American Association of Diabetes Educators
  7. Joint Position Paper: Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support in Type 2 Diabetes
  8. Hope’s co-authored editorial in AJMC: Making Early, Consistent Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support the Norm, Not the Exception
  9. Today’s Dietitian Magazine interview: Diabetes Care and Education – The RDs Role in 2017
  10. #DSMA on twitter – Twitter chat every Wednesday evening at 9 pm ET.
  11. Find a Diabetes Educator
  12. Find a Dietitian
  13. Melissa’s Do M.O.R.E. with Diabetes podcast episodes
  14. Melissa’s Do M.O.R.E. with Dinner podcasts and blog posts
  15. Sound Bites Podcast interview Treat Health More Like Wealth – Dr. David Katz
  16. Sound Bites Podcast interview Happiness, Habits & Health – Gretchen Rubin

Produced by Team Podcast

Music by Dave Birk

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