Mary Costa Certified Diabetes Educator With Bestseller Health Management Book

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( — October 23, 2018) — Diabetes educator and author, Mary Costa’s new book, The Diabetes Blueprint, has been named an international bestseller in Diabetes Care on Amazon. It offers key insights and guidance on how to combat diabetes using cutting edge science and ideas.

Mary Costa’s new book, “The Diabetes Blueprint: Five Simple Steps to Double Your Energy, Eliminate Brain Fog, Feel Younger and Lose Weight So You Feel Sexy and Happy Again!”, has been named an international best-seller in Diabetes Care by Amazon.

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Mary Costa is a registered nurse and certified diabetes educator who has worked for one of the largest HMOs in the country for more than 30 years. She works exclusively with adults who have diabetes, consulting, teaching, advising and adjusting medications to help patients reach healthy blood sugar levels.

Mary is also the President and CEO of ‘The Diabetes Nurse” and “Transform Your Diabetes Health” – an online organization that offers education and coaching for people with diabetes, which includes holistic and integrative health practices.

She runs The Diabetes Nurse website, offering advice and guidance to both health professionals and those suffering from diabetes. It is a platform for discovering helpful information that can make life easier as people learn more about diabetes.

Mary Costa has worked with diverse populations across all walks of life, and loves the challenge of making complex information easy to understand. She recognizes that managing diabetes is a marathon, not a sprint, and aims to provide individualized service for each patient she works with.

Her latest book includes a number of strategies for improving diabetes, helping people combat it in an effective way. The book offers key information on 21st Century science and technology that works.

Costa and her work peers conducted a research project that evaluated the care of diabetics in groups, as opposed to one-on-one visits in the mid-1990s, and the results were published in Diabetes Care, December 1999. As a result of the research project, the program was implemented in all of the Northern California regions of the HMO she worked for.

Mary said: “My goal after over 28 years of teaching and training adults with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, is to use evidence-based practices to help people with diabetes achieve their best health and wellness. Patients are always looking to integrative therapies and complementary practices in addition to traditional Western medicine and I help them navigate through the minefield of information.”

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