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Diabetes Patient Information

The Johns Hopkins Patient Guide to Diabetes

Resistant starch is not digested in the small intestine so it doesn’t raise glucose. Gut health is improved as fermentation in the large intestine makes more good bacteria and less bad bacteria in the gut. This factsheet explains how healthy gut bacteria can improve glycemic control.

NIH, National Institute on Aging

Learn how to tell if you have diabetes, steps to take if you have prediabetes, and tips to control blood glucose levels and stay healthy.

DHHS. NIH. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

Find NIDDK provided patient education and outreach materials; practice tools for diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions; and statistics on topics including diabetes, digestive diseases, kidney and urologic diseases, weight management, and endocrine and blood diseases.