One of the best things that a person with type 2 diabetes can do is take a diabetes education class—either through a doctor’s office or a local hospital. Certified diabetes educators run the classes and they’re real experts on diabetes, providing you with the information that will really help you feel much more secure about managing diabetes. Several studies show that folks who have taken a diabetes education class have lower A1cs than those who don’t—knowledge really is power!

Talk to your doctor about where you can take a diabetes education class and until then, sign up for our free educational program here. You’ll get a short email each week that will cover the things you want to know about diabetes—how to use your meter to be the expert on YOUR diabetes, how to read a food label, how to eat your favorite foods while still keeping your blood sugar in range and more. We’ve had rave reviews from healthcare professionals and people who’ve taken our class– you can see them here.

Many people with diabetes say that they’re healthier now than they were when they were first diagnosed—you can be one of them. Getting the right information about what to DO is the key—so let’s get started!


3 comments:

  1. Robbie

    03/06/2017 at 4:49 PM

    What should my Blood
    sugars run at? My Doctor asked me to check
    my Blood Sugar every morning. I do…
    I really need to know the normal Blood Sugar>
    What are Carbs?

    Reply
  2. Ann K Bush

    04/24/2017 at 7:25 PM

    I am taking turneric and it is helping keep my glucose level lower

    Reply

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