What you'll learn
- How to make new year's resolutions you can keep by using the 8 dimensions of wellness to live better
- How to manage life with prediabetes using evidence based information
- Stress and and anxiety management with a diagnosis of prediabetes
- The basics of prediabetes and how it differs from Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes
You just left your doctor’s office. Your doctor said you have something called prediabetes and you are freaking out! They said they can get you in to talk with a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES)/Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) in about 2 months. They also signed you up for a prediabetes group class that is still 1 month away….But you cannot wait that long and WANT ANSWERS NOW! After Googling “prediabetes” you came across this Stop Type 2 Diabetes course. A bonus about this course, as compared to others, it is taught by a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)/Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES)….the same type person they have you signed up for is now at your fingertips…so you know the information you receive is not someone trying to sell you “a new way to reverse diabetes”.
In this course we learn what is prediabetes and how you can stop it from progressing into type 2 diabetes by making some lifestyle changes. We will talk about simple things you can do to add some exercise into your daily routine and a new way to look at each of your meals/food choices throughout the day—a perfect fit for your busy lifestyle! To be completely honest, a lot of type 2 diabetes prevention is finding healthier ways to incorporate positive habits into your current life.
At the completion of this course you will walk away with tools that you can immediately start using today to better understand prediabetes and items you can do to prevent it from progressing into type 2 diabetes. So take time for you now to get the tools you need for your tool belt to Stop Type 2 Diabetes!
Who this course is for:
- Looking to make healthy changes in 2022
- People who have prediabetes and cannot get an appointment in their medical clinic for some time
- People who do not want others to know they have prediabetes but are looking for information/a solution
- Those at risk for developing type 2 diabetes
- People recently diagnosed with prediabetes
Sara is a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (former Certified Diabetes Educator credential). She has been living with type 1 diabetes for over 35 years. She personally and professionally understands the challenges diabetes/prediabetes can bring. As a health educator utilises a whole person view point in all of the things she does.