What is the Diabetes Prevention Program? A program from The Center for Disease Control and Prevention that reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 58%, and in adults aged 60 and over, by 71%. It incorporates healthy lifestyle changes by eating healthier, increasing physical activity, and losing a modest amount of weight.

Why is this important?

  • 8.1 million people do not know they have diabetes
  • 86 million Americans aged 20 years or older are prediabetic
  • Diabetes is associated with serious complications:
    • Heart disease and stroke
    • Blindness
    • Kidney failure
    • Lower‐limb amputation

What does commitment entail? It involves a 12 month commitment working in a small group of 8‐15 people to learn about healthier eating and increasing physical activity with trained Lifestyle Coaches. For the first 16 weeks the classes meet weekly, the following 8 months are bi‐monthly/monthly sessions for the rest of the 12 month period. The goal is to reduce body weight by 7% and to increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week.

How do I qualify? People who are eligible to participate in the ClubWorx Diabetes Prevention Program must be 18 and older, have NO previous diagnosis of diabetes, and meet the following criteria:

  • BMI of 25 or greater (22+ for Asian individuals) AND
  • A physician’s diagnosis and/or confirmatory blood test for prediabetes
    • Diagnosis: Documentation of a combination of risk factors identified by the CDC.
    • Blood test:
      • Fasting plasma glucose: 100–125 mg/dL OR
      • HbA1C: 5.7–6.4% OR o Two‐hour (75 gm glucola) plasma glucose: 140–199 mg/dL

People who are already diabetic do not qualify for this program.

Payment Options

Paid In Full: $329 for the year
(plus a one-time $35 Health Assessment/Lifestyle Consult, to be collected at the front desk)
Two payments : one upon enrollment and the and 2nd payment EFT on month 2 or three : $169
Three payments : one upon enrollment and two more payments EFT before month 5 :$119


Wednesdays 7:00pm starting in February

For more information contact Kathy Kreis


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