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Diabetes Prevention

PDM: Major Recommendations (2014)

Recommendations are categorized in terms of either conditional or imperative statements. While conditional statements clearly define a specific situation, imperative statements are broadly applicable to the target population and do not impose restraints on their application.

Conditional recommendations are presented in an if/then format, such that:

If CONDITION then ACTION(S) because REASON(S)

Fulfillment of the condition triggers one or more guideline-specified actions. In contrast, imperative recommendations include terms such as “require, ” “must, ” and “should, ” and do not contain conditional text that would limit their applicability to specified circumstances.

Resources Available with Each Recommendation

In addition to the recommendation statement and strength rating, you will find on each recommendation page:

  • A brief narrative summary of the evidence analyzed to reach the recommendation
  • A statement of justification, or reason for the strength of the recommendation
  • Detailed information on the evidence supporting the recommendations and background narrative (available in the Supporting Evidence section toward the bottom of each recommendation page)
  • A reference list at the end of each recommendation page that includes all the sources used in the evidence analysis for the particular recommendation (each reference is hyperlinked to a summary of the article analyzed in the evidence analysis).

Below, you will find a list of the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes Recommendations, organized according to the stage of the Nutrition Care Process and by topic. To see the Recommendation Summary, just click on the Recommendation title. You can download all of the guideline material in PDF format.

Nutrition Screening and Referral

PrevT2DM: Screen for Type 2 Diabetes Risk

 

Medical Nutrition Therapy

PrevT2DM: Medical Nutrition Therapy for Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes in High Risk Groups

 

Nutrition Assessment

PrevT2DM: Assessment in High Risk Groups

 

Nutrition Intervention

PrevT2DM: Weight Loss and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Nutrition Prescription for Macronutrients

PrevT2DM: Fiber and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Whole Grains and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Vegetable-Based Protein and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Type of Fat and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Fruits and Vegetables and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Sugar and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Glycemic Index/Glycemic Load and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Physical Activity and Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

PrevT2DM: Nutrition-related Effects of Medications

PrevT2DM: Nutrition Counseling

PrevT2DM: Coordination of Care

 

Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation

PrevT2DM: Monitoring and Evaluation in High Risk Groups