Diabetes Prevention Program
Diabetes can be prevented, but not cured. Take control of your health and start making positive lifestyle changes with the help of a trained lifestyle coach and fun, engaging support groups.
What is Prediabetes?
People with prediabetes have blood sugars higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diabetes.
Lifestyle changes resulting in modest weight loss can help someone with prediabetes prevent or delay Type 2 diabetes.
The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a CDC-approved curriculum:
▪ Skills to lose weight, be more active, and manage stress
▪ 16 weekly sessions
▪ 6 monthly follow-up sessions to help you maintain healthy lifestyle changes
You are eligible if you are:
▪ At risk for or have prediabetes
▪ At least 18
▪ Do not currently have diabetes
▪ Are not pregnant
January 29, 2019!
For more information, contact:
Christina Bata, LRD
Phone: (701) 284-4565
Could you have prediabetes?
Take the first step and find out your risk for prediabetes. Take the CDC Prediabetes Screening Test by clicking here.