Reverse Prediabetes.

Getting diagnosed with prediabetes can be scary, but with some simple lifestyle changes you can change the outcome.

See how you can form healthier habits and prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

Make Physical Activity a Priority.

  • Man walking up steps
    Try taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
  • Sneakers positioned in a walking motion
    Small amounts of movement can add up to the recommended 2.5 hours of activity every week.
  • Calendar with several dates per week circled
    Life can get busy. Create a schedule to fit physical activity into your week.
  • Car parked in the last row of an empty lot with an arrow from the car pointing up past the empty spots
    Turn errands into exercise. Try parking farther away from the grocery store. Or making short trips by foot if you work or live in a walkable area. Small steps can lead to big changes.
A group of three senior African America women exercising together, walking along a sidewalk in a residential neighborhood. They are having fun, smiling at the camera.

There’s Strength in Numbers

Join a National Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle change program today and get more guidance and support. This program teaches you how to make gradual lifestyle changes that increase your chances of reversing prediabetes. You’ll have access to professional guidance and a community of other individuals who are on a similar journey to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

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