1. Edna has recently been diagnosed with diabetes, but her family still keep bringing in chocolate biscuits for her to eat. How would you deal with this?
Speak to her family about the problems that could be caused by Edna eating chocolate biscuits regularly with her having diabetes. Maybe speak to her family about them buying her diabetic chocolate instead of normal chocolate biscuits.
2. What issues would you discuss with Edna?
How eating chocolate biscuits could raise her blood sugar levels too high, explain to Edna about sugar free options that you can buy or diabetic chocolate which would be much better for her diabetes than chocolate biscuits.
3. Frank is insulin dependent diabetic and has a cold and not feeling well. He is taking antibiotic but has lost his appetite. What would you do?
Offer frank the foods that he likes to eat often but make sure they are in reason with his diabetes also make sure frank is receiving his insulin
4. What’s the difference between Type 1 & 2 diabetes?
Type 1 diabetes is usually genetic and found in children/teens. When you have type 1 diabetes your body makes too little or no insulin at all. The treatment for type 1 diabetes is insulin injections, dietary plan, regular checking of blood sugar levels and daily exercise. Type 1 diabetes is insulin dependant.
Type 2 diabetes is caused my usually caused by obesity and can be found in any age group. If you have type 2 diabetes your body does not produce insulin or does not use it properly. The treatment for type 2 diabetes is usually Diet, exercise, weight loss, and in many cases medication, Insulin Injections may also be used. Type 2 diabetes in non insulin dependant.
5. Name 2 symptoms of diabetes?
Feeling tired or ill
These are both symptoms are type 1 and 2 diabetes.
6. What recommendations are made for a diabetic diet?
Eat little but often as...
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