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Diabetes UK is working with the
NHS on a major plan to address
Type 2 diabetes as well as commmitting large amounts to finding
a cure for Type 1 on p.8. Sue Marshall
Jump in the Thames, make a bit of
a splash and help raise funds for
JDRF. For more news see p.10. Not everyone with diabetes wants to be a member
of Diabetes UK, and may wonder what the charity
does. But in March it announced two Very Big
Ideas, one for T1 and one for T2 that directly address the
continued stress the condition(s) have on society, on a
personal, communal and financial level. We've dedicated the
lead feature to these, though you are likely to have read a
little about both when the conference with happening in midMarch.
There's other news, and plenty of food info including
a Q&A with Sydney-based diabetic chef Michael Moore,
author of the cookbook Blood Sugar. Still on the scent of
scrumptiousness, in Making Carbs Count it's roasting garlic
we can smell...
PLUS • New Products • Groovy giveaways • News (for T1 and T2)
But business as usual is best for
diabetics at Christmas
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Chef Michael Moore didn't let
his diagnosis get in the way of
his career and passion, instead
he used it to start a range of
diabetes-healthy cookbooks. p.