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.

Start Wherever You Are​.

  • Weight scale
    Losing a small amount of weight (10-15 pounds for a 200-pound person) can help lower your risk for type 2 diabetes.
  • Woman flexing her bicep in workout clothes
    A combination of more physical activity, healthier foods, and weight management can help you reverse prediabetes.
  • Notebook and pen
    Use a food diary to be more mindful of what you eat and how it affects your health.
  • Two fists fist-bumping each other with a star behind it
    Make it a team effort! Lean on friends, coworkers, and family members for personal support.
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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 others on a similar journey to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

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