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Diabetes Prevention Program – February Blog Post

National Diabetes Prevention Program Blog

March 9, 2020

Over 88 million American adults have prediabetes and more than 80% don’t know.

Don’t question if you could be one of them – take the prediabetes risk test now!

What is prediabetes?

Prediabetes is a health condition in which blood sugar levels are higher than normal. So what does that mean? Those with prediabetes do not have a normal response to the insulin in their bodies, ultimately causing blood sugar levels to rise. It is important to know if you have prediabetes because it may lead to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Inquire. Get Screened. Enroll. Call us at (844) 326-3043 for information about our complimentary lifestyle change program to help prevent type 2 diabetes and promote healthy living.

What are the risks?

You are at a higher risk for prediabetes if you:

Prediabetes is not easy to detect because the symptoms are not always clear. Sometimes prediabetes can go unrecognized until more serious conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, arise.

This program:

Pairs you with a personal
lifestyle coach

Provides convenience
and confidentiality

Offers helpful tips
for healthy living

Helps you reduce your risk
for type 2 diabetes

If you or a friend or family member may be at risk for prediabetes, visit sinfoniarx.com/preventdiabetes for more information. You can contact us at (844) 326-3043 between 7am and 5pm, MST, Monday through Friday. You can also email us at preventdiabetes@trhc.com.

The Diabetes Prevention Program is offered by Tabula Rasa HealthCare and the American Pharmacists Association Foundation and is funded by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.

About 1 out of 3 adults with prediabetes are not aware they are at risk.
Don’t let yourself be one of them. Call us today.

*Please do not send personal health information to preventdiabetes@trhc.com. We take your confidentiality seriously.
Source: www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/prediabetes.html