Whether you are looking for a diabetic book to teach you more about the condition, treatment options, or lifestyle choices, there is plenty of information available for people with diabetes.

When searching for a diabetic book, it is best to start by determining which type of book you are looking for. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Is there a specific topic regarding diabetes that I want to learn more about?
  • Do I want to read articles online, an e-book, a magazine, or a printed book?
  • Am I looking for a sub-topic book, such as a diabetic cook book, diabetic recipe book, or diabetic log book?
  • Do I want to purchase a book or am I looking to borrow a book or receive free information?
  • Am I looking for a book that offers a medical or professional perspective or do I want shared information from another person or other people with this condition?

Once you have answered these questions, it will be easier for you to begin searching for what you are looking for. Here are some great tips on searching for a diabetic book to meet your needs.


Searching for a  Diabetic Book


Depending on how you answered the above questions, there are many resources available at your disposal. Below is a list of websites that offer a variety of information, in several different forms, regarding topics on diabetes.

  • http://www.drgarysdiabetestreatment.org/ (online articles and blogs, written material, and e-book material)
  • www.amazon.com/diabetes (printed diabetes books to purchase, some e-book options)
  • www.barnesandnoble.com (printed books to be purchased)
  • www.diabetes.org (American Diabetes Association – articles and blogs on diabetes)
  • http://www.americandiabeteswholesale.com/catalog/diabetes-books_7.htm (many different types of reasonably priced books on diabetes)
  • www.diabeticconnect.com (free diabetic recipe book)


If you are searching for free information on diabetes, there are many wonderful websites that offer free blogs and articles on many different diabetes related topics.

You can also find an abundance of information at your local library. Books can be checked out and borrowed from the library for free. Diabetic cook book options and diabetic diet book options can also be found at your local library.

There are also book swapping sites on the internet now. These sites allow people to swap books on many different subjects (both fiction and non-fiction) at no or low cost. This can be a great resource for getting a specific diabetic book. When you finish reading it, you have the option of swapping it again for a different book.


Resources for Finding a Diabetic Log Book


Whether you are looking for a free diabetic log book, a printable diabetic log book, diabetic logging software, or anything in between, you have many options for finding what you are looking for. There are even applications available that allow people to use a diabetic log book on their iPhone, iPad, Android, or tablet PC.

Here are just a few resources that can be found online:

  • http://www.type2diabetesguide.com/free-diabetic-log-sheets.shtml (free printable log sheets)
  • http://carelogger.com/ (online log book, software, and apps for iPhone or Android)
  • http://www.osspublishing.com/daily-diabetes-log-book/index.html (diabetes management kit)
  • www.diabetesandmore.com/Log-Books (available for purchase)


There are many different types of resources at your disposal. If you are having a difficult time finding what you are looking for, consult with your health care provider or your pharmacist. Often times, they can offer you some magnificent resources and information regarding specific topics related to diabetes.


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