We are regularly reviewing our collection and improving your experience of the directory. We rely on your contributions. If you are aware of a multilingual health resource, produced in Australia, please register it here or let us know. Help us improve the Health Translations Directory by taking our brief online survey. It will only take a few minutes. Topic “Diabetes” in Chinese simplified – total 29 documents Title: Blood glucose monitoring Summary: This translated fact sheet provides an overview of monitoring blood glucose levels BGLs for people with diabetes. Emphasising that self-blood glucose monitoring is a valuable diabetes management tool, this fact sheet explains why it is so important, what individuals should aim for and also some general guidelines amongst other valuable information. Title: Blood glucose monitoring fact sheet Summary: Regular monitoring can help you see the effects of food, exercise, medication and illness on your blood glucose levels.
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A Joint Initiative of. Traditional Asian diets have some health benefits as well as some risks when it comes to diabetes. Research has supported beneficial aspects of traditional Asian diets. Studies in Japan have associated unsweetened green tea with a decreased risk of type 2 diabetes. Whole grains such as brown rice and barley, which were more prevalent in Asian diets a century ago, also offer health benefits and a lower glycemic load. According to one meta-analysis summarizing all available studies, an increase of two servings a day of whole grain intake is associated with a 21 percent lower risk of diabetes. Unfortunately, current Asian diets have white rice as a main staple. White rice contributes approximately 30 percent of energy to diets in Asia. Salt is another major part of Asian diets that is consumed in excess.