Diabetes-Related Health Care Utilization and Dietary Intake Among Food Pantry Clients
This research study used FAITH-DM data to explore associations between diabetes-related health care utilization and dietary intake among food insecure adults living with diabetes (DM). Results demonstrated that among food insecure patients, DM-related services offered in clinical settings may more effectively increase vegetable consumption than decrease consumption of food and beverage items that can worsen glycemic control. Food pantry settings may provide an opportunity to reinforce dietary messaging. Click below to access the full study.