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Diabetes Prevention Program

If you have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes or have other risk factors for type 2 diabetes, this program is designed with you in mind. Pre-diabetes is a critical stage where early intervention can make a significant difference in preventing the onset of diabetes. Our program empowers you to take control of your health and reduce your risk.

Program Highlights

Expert Guidance

Our team of licensed registered dietitians and wellness experts are experienced in guiding individuals toward healthier lifestyles. You'll receive expert advice tailored to your unique needs.

Structured Curriculum

The program follows a structured curriculum, addressing various aspects of healthy living, including nutrition, physical activity, stress management, and behavior modification.

Group Support

You'll join a supportive group of individuals who share similar goals. This sense of community fosters motivation and accountability.

Personalized Approach

While the program follows a structured curriculum, we recognize that each participant is unique. Our approach is personalized to fit your specific health needs and goals.

Program Goals

The primary goals of the CDC's Diabetes Prevention Program are to:

  • Reduce body weight by 5-7%
  • Increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week
  • Promote healthier eating habits
  • Develop strategies for long-term success
  • Achieve sustainable changes in behavior and lifestyle

Full Recognition from the CDC

We take pride in achieving Full Recognition status from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Full Recognition represents the highest level of recognition that can be attained by a CDC-recognized organization. It signifies that at least 60% of our program completers achieved at least one of the following:


at least 5% weight loss 12 months after the cohort began or


at least 4% weight loss and at least 150 minutes/week on average of physical activity 12 months after the cohort began or


at least a 0.2% reduction in HbA1C

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