Published on July 19, 2018

Lifestyle Change Class Offered in Crosslake

National Diabetes Prevention Program

Learn how to create a healthier lifestyle and prevent diabetes in a 22-session diabetes prevention program. Groups will meet with a trained instructor to help participants lose weight, eat healthier and increase physical activity. The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a community-based, lifestyle change program that offers diabetes prevention education and support for people with prediabetes.

Pre-diabetes involves blood sugar levels that are higher than normal, but not yet high enough to be diabetes. An individual with pre-diabetes can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes by making simple lifestyle changes. Diet and moderate exercise resulting in a 5-7% weight loss (usually about 10 -15 pounds) often work to bring blood sugar levels back down to a healthy range.

There will be 16 sessions offered over 6 months, and 6 monthly follow-up sessions for the remainder of the year. Each session is one-hour long.

PROGRAM MEETING DETAILS
WHERE: Crosslake Lutheran Church, 35960 County Road 66, Crosslake, MN 56442
WHEN: Starting on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, from 4 - 5 p.m.
FOR INFORMATION: Becky Kalton rrkrrk@brainerd.net or 218-820-8114
TO REGISTER: http://www.crowwingenergized.org/events
FEE: No Charge ($429.00 value).

Crow Wing Energized’s grassroots efforts to make the healthy choice the easy choice happens through the volunteers that lead classes and trainings in our community. Interested in becoming a volunteer lifestyle change coach?

CERTIFIED LIFESTYLE COACH TRAINING
When: September 25 & 26 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where: Essentia Health SJMC, Brainerd
Register: Training is FREE ($750 value), but registration is required. http://www.crowwingenergized.org/events

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