Diabetes Prevention Program

Do you want to increase your physical activity, improve your food choices, and lose 5-7% of your body weight?! If you said YES, be sure to register for the Diabetes Prevention Program!

The results are REAL. A previous participant talks about her experience with the Diabetes Prevention Program…

“As a result of reading the food labels and attempting to eat fewer than 33 fat grams per day, I lost 58 pounds. Because of the weight loss, I am no longer taking pain medication for my knee. In September 2012 my glucose was normal, so I am no longer prediabetic!” – Eileen Tronnes Nelson, UND Staff

Register soon to receive a special incentive of a $125 return from a grant and Work Well for the first 10 UND staff/faculty members who register. The upfront cost is $189, but with the return it was only $64 or $4 per week. PLUS, get your metabolism tested for free as part of the program. The program starts on January 14th, and classes are on Monday from 4:45-5:45 in the UND Wellness Center Room 121. If you are not one of the first 10 people to register, you can join the class for a price of $189.

For more information visit UND.edu/workwell and click on Programs and Diabetes Prevention. To register, contact Molly Soeby at 218.230.0070.

Registration deadline is January 10th!

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Posted on December 21, 2012, in Emotional, Healthy UND/Healthy UND 2020, I Can Prevent Diabetes, Intellectual, Men's Health, Nutrition/Culinary Corner, Physical, Seven Dimensions of Wellness, UND Work Well, Women's Health and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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