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A Family Practice Perspective on Nutrition for Diabetics

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    Primary care physicians have an active role in the care of diabetes, from optimizing medical treatment and coordinating care with specialists, to providing basic guidance on nutrition. Why should nutrition be a high priority for this chronic disease, and how can we counsel our patients with diabetes on the importance of nutrition? Dr. Jill Grimes, a practicing board-certified family physician in Austin, Texas, and an associate editor for the 5-Minute Clinical Consult textbook, shares tips on the best ways to get an accurate nutrition history from our patients and on the optimal time to refer them to a registered dietitian. Dr. Jennifer Shu hosts.

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    Primary care physicians have an active role in the care of diabetes, from optimizing medical treatment and coordinating care with specialists, to providing basic guidance on nutrition. Why should nutrition be a high priority for this chronic disease, and how can we counsel our patients with diabetes on the importance of nutrition? Dr. Jill Grimes, a practicing board-certified family physician in Austin, Texas, and an associate editor for the 5-Minute Clinical Consult textbook, shares tips on the best ways to get an accurate nutrition history from our patients and on the optimal time to refer them to a registered dietitian. Dr. Jennifer Shu hosts.

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