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Is There a Role for Dietary Supplements in the Management of Diabetes? (ADA Diabetes 2000)

Is There a Role for Dietary Supplements in the Management of Diabetes?
Lessons from Clinical Studies

The American Dietetic Association's Food & Nutrition Conference & Exhibition October 16, 2000
Denver, CO

Symposium Goals & Objectives

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Agenda, Presentations, and Abstracts

1:30 IntroductionPDF Document
Rebecca B. Costello, PhD
NIH Office of Dietary Suppplements
1:45 Lessons from Observational Studies Evaluating Magnesium Intakes: Can They Predict Outcomes for Clinical Intervention?PDF Document
W.H. Linda Kao, PhD
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Vitamin Interventions to Prevent the Onset or Complications of Diabetes: Promising DataPDF Document
John J. Cunningham, PhD, FACN
University of Massachusetts
Lessons from Micronutrient Studies in Patients with Glucose Intolerance and Diabetes Mellitus: Chromium and VanadiumPDF Document
Henry C. Lukaski, PhD
USDA/ARS Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center
Is There a Role for Taurine Supplementation in the Management of Diabetes?PDF Document
Katherine Chauncey, PhD, RD, CDE
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center