Diabetes Prevention Program
Does diabetes run in your family? Are you physically active and eating healthy? You could be on the path to diabetes, but it's not too late to turn things around. The National Diabetes Prevention Program is available at Neighborhood HealthSource to guide you to a healthier lifestyle.
Pre-diabetes is a "wake-up call," but you can delay or reduce your risk by making moderate lifestyle changes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that this program helps people cut their risk of developing diabetes by 58%.
Risk Factors for Pre-Diabetes and Diabetes Type II
- Overweight or obese
- Family history of diabetes
- Age 45 years or older
- Not physically active
- History of Gestational Diabetes
- Race/ethnicity is African American, American Indian, Hispanic, Asian American or Pacific Islander
Program Consists of:
- 16 weekly sessions followed by 8 monthly sessions
- Peer support group
- Trained Lifestyle Coach covering CDC-approved curriculum
For more information or to enroll, call 612-287-2447.
This project is funded by the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.