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SUPPLEMENTARY CONTENT

To read more about making personal changes — and get help making them — have a look at these resources.

Books
SWITCH
How to Change Things When Change is Hard
Chip Heath and Dan Heath
Broadway Books
New York City, 2010

MINDLESS EATING
Why We Eat More Than We Think
Brian Wansink, PhD
Bantam Books
New York City, 2010

DIABETES BURNOUT
What to Do When You Can’t Take It Anymore
William H. Polonsky, PhD
American Diabetes Association
Alexandria, Virginia, 1999

Internet Sites
FITDAY
www.fitday.com
Keeping an accurate record of the foods you eat and the activities you engage in can be very helpful for maintaining healthy habits. FitDay offers a free, online diet journal in which you can track your food intake, activity levels, mood, and more. Extra features are available for a fee.

SPARKPEOPLE
www.SparkPeople.com
This site also offers ways to track your food intake and physical activities. In addition, it has information on health and diet, blogs, and online chat groups for peer support.

BEHAVIORAL DIABETES INSTITUTE
http://behavioraldiabetesinstitute.org
The mission of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute is to address the psychological needs of people with diabetes. It offers workshops and lectures for adults and teens with diabetes in San Diego, California, as well as online videos on a variety of topics.

HELPGUIDE.ORG
www.helpguide.org
Helpguide.org provides information on a variety of mental and emotional health topics, as well as tips for healthy living.

 

 

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