Category Archives: DSMA Live: Guest

DSMA Live with Hope Warshaw on 10/25/2012

HOPE S. WARSHAW, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM

Owner, Hope Warshaw Associates, LLC

www.hopewarshaw.com

Twitter: @hopewarshaw

Facebook (like): /EatHealthyLiveWell

 

Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized dietitian and diabetes educator. She applies nearly thirty-five years of expertise in her work as an author and freelance writer, media spokesperson, consultant and diabetes educator. Hope is most well known for her expertise in the areas of healthy restaurant eating and diabetes nutrition management. She offers practical solutions to healthier eating to individuals during counseling sessions or to millions through varied communication and social networking vehicles.

As a freelance writer, Hope wrote her first book, Eat Out, Eat Right, in 1990. It’s sold over ½ million copies. Hope’s award-winning, best-selling consumer books published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) include: Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, 4th ed; Guide to Healthy Restaurant Eating, 4th ed; What to Eat When You’re Eating Out, 2nd ed; Complete Guide to Carb Counting, 3rd ed; Real Life Guide to Diabetes and The Diabetes Food and Nutrition Bible. Hope has developed an app named EatSmart with Quantia Communications. The app is a series of narrated videos focused on healthy eating with diabetes.

Hope has written consumer articles for diabetes magazines including Diabetes Self-Management and Diabetes Forecast. She is currently the contributing editor for Diabetic Living, Better Homes & Gardens, consumer magazine and Diabetic Living Online website as well as a member of their editorial advisory board. Hope has authored professional articles in Diabetes Care, Journal  of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Diabetes Educator and Nutrition Today. She’s the co-author of several ADA books for healthcare professionals including: Practical Carbohydrate Counting: A How-to-Teach Guide for Health Professionals and wrote a chapter for the ADA book Diabetes Nutrition Therapy, published in 2012. Hope is a sought after speaker who regularly presents at association annual meetings and nutrition and diabetes symposiums.

As a media spokesperson Hope has promoted her books and better-for-you food products on media tours. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, Graham Kerr’s A Gathering Place, TV Food Network, Lifetime Cable and others. She has conducted hundreds of interviews for print, radio and websites. Hope has been quoted in newspapers and magazines including: TIME, HEALTH, PREVENTION, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, Washingtonian, CHILD, SHAPE, Good Housekeeping, Reader’s Digest, Men’s Health, Fitness and others.

As a nutrition and diabetes consultant, Hope has worked with companies, such as McNeil Nutritionals, LLC, a Johnson & Johnson Company; National Starch Food Innovation, PRESENT e-Learning (PRESENTdiabetes.com), Perrigo Diabetes Care, Quantia Communications, and others. Hope has worked with PR companies, such as Fleischman Hillard, Inc., Paine PR, Edelman, RF Binder, Porter Novelli, Splash LLC and Hunter PR.

Hope demonstrates leadership abilities in volunteer positions for several Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics  dietetic practice groups and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. She currently serves on AADE’s Board of Directors, 2011 -2014. National awards include: American Dietetic Association Foundation’s 2002 Award for Excellence in Consultation and Business Practice, American Diabetes Association’s 1999 Outstanding Community Service in Reaching People award and the 1993 Diabetes Care and Education Dietetic Practice Group’s Distinguished Service Award.

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DSMA with Penny Starr-Ashton on 10/18/2012

 

 

 

 

Penny Starr-Ashton is a mom of three girls, living in Philadelphia. She is a teacher and a Reading Specialist at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf. She married her 7th grade boyfriend, Chuck, who she met when she was 13. Her oldest child has autism, her middle child is a regular teen and her youngest, Grace, has Type 1 Diabetes. Penny considers herself an advocate for autism, special education and Type 1 Diabetes. Grace is 10 years old uses the OmniPod insulin pump and the Dexcom CGM. Penny loves the DOC and considers herself a part of it with her blog about mothering a child with Type 1 Diabetes, ‘A Sweet Grace‘. You can find her usually washing something, bolusing something, or trying desperately to keep it all together.

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DSMA Live with Mari Ruddy on 10/11/2012

 

Mari Ruddy, Director of TeamWILD: We Inspire Life with Diabetes and the Founder of the Red Rider Recognition Program of the Tour de Cure, has successfully lived with type 1 diabetes for more than 31 years. Since her father was diagnosed with type 1 when she was 1 year old, technically, she has lived with diabetes her entire life.
Mari was diagnosed with diabetes when she was 16. Her brother was diagnosed with type 1 when he was 20. When she was 39, she found out she had breast cancer, for the first time. She then founded the Red Rider Program for cyclists with diabetes now used at over 91 Tour de Cure events put on by the American Diabetes Association. She founded the Red Riders to celebrate the challenges and hard work it takes to live well with diabetes.
When she realized the cyclists needed support to do the Tour de Cure successfully with their diabetes, she founded TeamWILD which provides expert integrated athletic, diabetes, nutrition and mental skills coaching in cycling, triathlon, running and walking. TeamWILD is for people with diabetes who want to take charge of their health by seeing themselves as athletes first.

You can find out more about TeamWILD and Mari at http://teamwildathletics.com.


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DSMA Live with SySy Morales on 10/4/2012

 

Sysy Morales has lived with type 1 diabetes since age 11.  She is a wife, mother of twin 3 year olds, and works as a health coach, peer mentor, and health activist.  Sysy blogs at thegirlsguidetodiabetes.com.

She is attending the Institute of Integrative Nutrition to be a Certified Health Coach and to learn as much as she can about nutrition.  It took a lot of work to change her eating habits but when she did, her entire life changed and she wants to help others make the same journey.

If you are a woman with any type of diabetes and want straight forward encouragement to strive to be as healthy as possible and still remain your fabulous self then you should visit thegirlsguidetodiabetes.com .  Sysy believes it’s time for diabetic women to have it all:  health, energy, freedom, children, and their choice of work.  She also believes it all begins with healthy glucose management and the right attitude.  If you’re a man with diabetes, please feel free to visit thegirlsguidetodiabetes.com!  You’ll find most of the site’s content is for any gender, any age.

It’s the principles which have worked for her that can work for you.  Not the details of diabetes management.  (Remember, She is not a doctor!)

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