Cooked and Uncooked Weights

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NDR-UK Ref No: 9428
Publication Format: A4 leaflet
Classification: HP  
Pack size: 10
Publication date: 09/15
Next Review: 07/18

How to differentiate between uncooked and cooked weights when counting carbohydrate in food. Part of NDR-UK's Paediatric Diabetes range.

Classification: HP (Health Professional)

Advice requires some explanation from a Health Professional who has basic nutrition knowledge to enable correct implementation.

  • To ensure optimal growth and development by encouraging and promoting self-management of diabetes.
  • To support the patient/client and their carers to adopt dietary practice to help avoid long-term diabetes complications.
  • The Target Group will know that the weight of cooked and uncooked foods differs.
  • The Target Group will know there are different steps to follow when calculating CHO for cooked and uncooked weights.
  • The Target Group will be able to calculate CHO in prepared meals using appropriate lablel/reference information.
  • Mark A. Sperling (eds) ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines 2014
  • Francesca Annan, Physical Activity and Diabetes – health benefits and management strategies for children and young people. Diabetes care for Children & Young People – vol 2 No 1 2013
  • Carmel Smart, Both Dietary Protein and Fat Increase Postprandial Glucose Excursions in Children with type 1 diabetes, and the Effect is Additive. Diabetes care  volume 36: 3897 – 3902  December 2013
  • Frances Hanson, Karen Ross, Expressing carbohydrate ratios, Diabetes care for Children & Young People – vol 2 No 1 2013
  • Diabetes Action Plan, The Scottish Government (2010), The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.
  • D De Silva, Helping people help themselves. A review of the evidence considering whether it’s worthwhile to support self-management, The Health Foundation, London. (2011)
  • Guidance on the use of patient education models for diabetes, Technology, Appraisal 60, NICE (2003) London.
Carbohydrate Tables

Carbohydrate Tables

A reference guide for when food labels aren't readily available. With space to add personal favourites and portion sizes. Part of NDR-UK's Paediatric Diabetes range.   Please note error on page...

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: HP
  • NDR-UK ref: 9431

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An Introduction to Carbohydrate Counting

An Introduction to Carbohydrate Counting

An introduction to carbohydrate counting and the steps involved. Part of NDR-UK's Paediatric Diabetes range.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: HP
  • NDR-UK ref: 9425

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£4.00
Carbs and Cals Book

Carbs and Cals Book

Quick and easy way to count carbs, calories, protein, fat, saturated dat and fibre. Compare over 1700 foods and drinks with pictorial portions to judge nutritional content of meals.

  • Pack size: 1
  • Classification: PiL
  • NDR-UK ref: 9392

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£14.99