How often do you meet with a dietitian as part of your diabetes care?
Four or more times per year
Two or three times per year
Once a year
Less than once a year
I met at diagnosis, but not since
I've never met with a dietitian
How often do you meet with a dietitian as part of your diabetes care?Poll dates: June 30 - July 7, 2002
Total Votes: 477
A dietitian can help you with meal and nutrition planning, regardless of the type of diabetes that you have. Carbohydrate counting has replaced exchanges for many people, offering a greater selection of meals, often with little or no restrictions on the types of food eaten. If you haven't seen a dietitian lately and find meal planning a challenge, or simply want to learn more about good nutrition, take the time during your next visit to your diabetes team to meet with your dietitian.
For additional information, see the Food and Diet section of Children with Diabetes.[Return to the current poll]
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