PREvent Diabetes

We can help.


Diabetes can cause all kinds of health issues, from blindness to kidney failure to loss of extremities. But there are ways to avoid it. The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is here to help you understand how diabetes develops and how the disease can be prevented. If you’re at risk, or already know you have prediabetes, the DPP is one of the best ways to reduce your chances of the onset of type 2 Diabetes.

Take a moment to see if you’re at risk for developing diabetes and qualify for the prevention program.

FACT

One in ten people in Michigan have diabetes.

PREdiabetes

What is it?


Prediabetes is a condition where people have higher than normal blood sugar, which puts them at risk of developing type 2 diabetes in the future. It is estimated that more than 2.6 million people in Michigan have prediabetes, and many do not know it.

If you’ve been told you have prediabetes, you can prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. See if you’re a candidate for the Diabetes Prevention Program.

FACT

Nine out of ten people who have prediabetes don’t know it.

PREpare

Ready to make a change?


Are you ready to make a change to your lifestyle? Uncontrolled health conditions, such as prediabetes, can lead to serious health complications. However, you can stop the disease in its tracks if you’re ready to change the way you eat and move more. It is possible! You can do it.

Check your level of commitment to making a lifestyle change today.

FACT

In Michigan, it’s estimated that over 2.6 million people have prediabetes and many of them don’t know it.

PREventable

There is a solution.


If you have prediabetes or are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes, you can work towards disease prevention. Preventing diabetes starts with taking a few simple steps, the first of which is taking the test to see if you qualify for our diabetes prevention program.

This program has been shown to reduce the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes by 58%, and by 71% in people over the age of 60. Diabetes can be prevented. You have to be willing to put in the work and we are here to help.

FACT

Changing your lifestyle can help prevent diabetes.

FACT

One in ten people in Michigan have diabetes.

The biggest payoffs are feeling stronger and more energetic, and knowing I’m doing what I can to avoid diabetes.

FACT

Nine out of ten people who have prediabetes don’t know it.

I knew this program was what I needed to start living a healthier life.

FACT

In Michigan, it’s estimated that over 2.6 million people have prediabetes and many of them don’t know it.

This was the first program I tried that was a real lifestyle change and not a diet.

FACT

Changing your lifestyle can help prevent diabetes.

Participating in this program is a process. You have to set a goal and work towards it. It’s hard work, but it’s worth it!
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