Dr. Oberg shares what helpful type 2 diabetes research she is conducting that may be beneficial for women.
I'm right now running a clinical trial looking at a whole foods diet in Type 2 diabetes and we are comparing that to the American Diabetes Association approach to helping with dietary choices in Type 2 diabetes.
We feel that the whole foods approach may have some potential to offer in managing diabetes beyond what the ADA diet offers currently, so we are putting that through a clinical trial to find out.
About Dr. Oberg, M.D., M.P.H.:
Specializing in preventative and naturopathic medicine, whether you are at the end of your rope, seeking optimal health, wanting to prevent future disease, or just get over a cold more quickly, you will benefit from Dr. Oberg’s approach.
In addition to clinical medicine, Dr. Oberg teaches medical students at Bastyr University, writes a regular article on prevention for practicing doctors, and is conducting 2 research studies at UW that aim to bring more wellness to primary care medicine. She is on the Board of Directors of the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians, chairs the Prevention Expert Committee for the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and is a member of the American Public Health Association, American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association. When not practicing, you can find her in the garden or kayaking in Puget Sound.
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