Food-insecure diabetes patients fare better after educational program

06/14/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A study in Diabetes Care found low-income, food-insecure diabetes patients showed higher mean A1C values and had lower fruit and vegetable intake and self-efficacy than their food-secure counterparts. However, researchers noted greater A1C and self-efficacy improvements in food-insecure patients following educational intervention compared with the other group.

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