Nearly 1 in 4 American adults lives with diabetes.
Diabetes is a growing health problem in Georgia, being the seventh leading cause of death. About one in every three adults living in Georgia is obese, which is a risk factor for diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a serious condition that can lead to health issues such as heart attack and stroke.
Each of our classes is led by a certified Lifestyle Coach on our staff. Lifestyle changes don’t happen in a few weeks. That’s the reason the online class takes one year, so you have enough time and support to make sure you can keep the changes you make.
Compete the form below to speak with one of our registered dietitians to see if this class is right for you:
Nutrition and Lifestyle Change Services Form
In this episode of “This is Public Health,” Dr. Asante’ Hilts talks about the Diabetes Prevention Program offered by the West Central Health District.
Do your results say you’re at risk for Diabetes? The videos below can help answer questions about diabetes, prediabetes, and the online class that will help you make lifestyle changes so you can cut your risk of developing type 2 diabetes in half.