The National Board of Health and Welfare needs updated scientific health technology Assessment in the area Dietary Treatment of Diabetes and has therefore asked SBU to update previous evaluations in the area.
The aim of the project is to investigate, through a systematic review, how different foods affect the blood sugar of diabetics. Keeping blood sugar at a stable and low level reduces the risk of sequelae and injuries, in some cases acute and life threatening. A stable blood sugar level is also good for avoiding long-term damage such as nerve and kidney damage as well as eye complications.
|Planned to be published:||Quarter 2, 2021|
|Registration no:||SBU 2019/415|
Mette Axelsen, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, University of Gothenburg
Lars Ellegård, Associate Professor, Senior Consultant, Sahlgrenska University Hospital
Åsa Hörnsten, Professor Umeå University
David Iggman, M.D., Ph.D. General practitioner, researcher, Norslund-Svärdsjö Academic Primary Health Care Center
Ingrid Larsson, Associate Professor Sahlgrenska University Hospital
Ulf Risérus, PhD, Associate Professor, Uppsala University
Emily Sonestedt, Associate Professor, Associate Senior Lecturer, Lund University
Åsa Tornberg, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lund University
Göran Bertilsson, Project Manager
Emin Hoxha Ekström, Assistant Project Manager
Anna Attergren Granath, Project Administrator
Agneta Brolund, Information Specialist