Gestational Diabetes is the most common diagnosis of pregnancy worldwide and its prevelancy is on the rise. Our clinical work over the past 10 years together in an MD-Nutrition hybrid care model has shown durable and sustained results and an overall statistically lower rate of gestational diabetes (see paper, Customized nutritional enhancement for pregnant women appears to lower incidence of certain common maternal and neonatal complications: an observational study") than the country and the world. The etiology of gestational diabetes is multi-factorial, which provides many opportunities to improve outcomes. Here is a brief overview of how we manage key touch-points in nutrition intervention and Gestational Diabetes.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2019