Episode 4: Eating Out

It’s summer, and many of us are avoiding a hot kitchen. If you’re eating out with diabetes, there are a few common pitfalls that you can learn to avoid to make the experience better.

In this episode we interview Hope Warshaw RD CDE about her book Eat Out, Eat Well: The Guide To Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant.

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Eating Out With Diabetes – Live interview with Hope Warshaw, MMSC, RD, CDE

Hope is a dietitian and certified diabetes educator. She’s been involved with diabetes care and management for over 35 years. Hope’s been a constant champion for and supporter of the Diabetes Online Community as it’s come into existence and grown up. During 2015 she’s serving as the President-elect of American Association of Diabetes Educators. This interview with Hope will focus on how people with diabetes can eat healthier restaurant meals and count grams of carbohydrate more precisely. Hope has been writing and speaking about this topic for more than two decades. We’ll focus on her new book, Eat Out, Eat Well – The Guide to Eating Healthy at Any Restaurant, published by the American Diabetes Association. Hope will also discuss how you can download the book’s companion app, Eat Out Well—Restaurant Nutrition Finder from the American Diabetes Association which will be available at the iTunes App Store and Google Play. You’ll be able to search the nutrition information for hundreds of independent and chain restaurants based on your GPS location. Plus the app will allow you to save your favorite dishes.

Learn more about Hope Warshaw and the books she’s written for ADA at hopewarshaw.com.