The effect of patient education on diabetic control in insulin-treated diabetic adults was studied in 77 subjects randomized into two groups: intensive patient education (group A) and control (group B). There is little documentation on patient education in National Diabetes Prevention and Control Program in Iran, so the present study aimed to describe patient education process in diabetes centers in one of the provinces of Iran. Of those aged 40 or over, more patients with a high attitude level (level 5) had had diabetes for 10 years or longer than those with low attitude levels (levels 1-4) (P less than 0.05). care plan) engage in activities that protect and promote health monitor and manage the symptoms and signs of the condition manage the impact of the condition on physical functioning, emotions and interpersonal relationships. AANP developed and produced the educational tool through support from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc, and Eli Lilly and Company. Lilly supports and partners with numerous local and national initiatives, including those addressing multicultural health disparities, to improve patient care. Effective diabetes self-management training interventions have been developed, but the challenge is how to deliver these in a way that is practical, consistent, cost-effective, and acceptable to patients and health care professionals in the ‘real world’ [7–9].
Replacement of SFA with unsaturated fats (PUFA or MUFA) should be recommended as part of a healthy overall diet, acknowledging that it is more important to focus on eating beneficial healthy fats.