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The Rise in Prediabetes: The Threat of Insulin Resistance and Hyperglycemia: Three Steps to Stop the Threat of Type 2 Diabetes Paperback – August 19, 2012
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About the Author
Simon Marlow was born and educated in Scotland. His desire through adolescence was to apply engineering principles to the human body. He graduated from Strathclyde University in Scotland with a BSc in Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Bio-Engineering. His PhD specialized in the control of blood oxygen during heart-lung bypass. He spent the next 20 plus years in Pharmaceuticals working for such companies as SmithKline Beecham and Sanofi-Aventis. His love for science and engineering, as applied to the human anatomy, has put him in a unique position of understanding how the body functions in terms of biology engineering and science.
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I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand it would make a good first book since everything is explained simply. Too simply in most cases as the author never really goes into a lot of detail. But it would serve to acquaint the reader with terms and basic reasons behind prediabetes and what we need to do about it.
On the other hand it is a book I could write as it seems to rehash all the information read elsewhere served up in the author's prose.Some of the information was useless. Most of it was accurate. I learned a few things.
Take it as a primer knowing you have a lot more to learn and all will be OK.
If you really want to learn something thqat will help more than anything get Salt, Sugar, Fat: How The Food Giants Hooked Us by Michael Moss. It will inform you about our foods and help you make a much wiser decision about what to eat and that ties in directly with the diet part of diabetes prevention.