Diabetes

 
Lower Your Odds for Diabetes
It can be easy to prevent diabetes if you make a few simple changes to your lifestyle. You can get a head start by learning the ABCs of diabetes prevention.

Tanner also offers free National Diabetes Prevention Program classes that can help. These classes combine coaching from a certified lifestyle educator, proven learning materials and small-group support to help get you on the path to better health. You will learn easy strategies to eat healthy and add physical activity to your daily life. 

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Registration Open for Tanner’s Living Well With Diabetes Workshop
Struggling with ongoing symptoms of diabetes? Uncertain about what a diet looks like for a person with diabetes? Want to learn how to work with your physician in developing the best treatment plan for you? Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well offers a free, six-session Living Well With Diabetes workshop to help participants manage diabetes. The next class series will begin Friday, Feb. 16, from 10 a.m. to noon at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Carrollton
 
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Tanner Diabetes Program Helps Carrollton Pastor Improve His Health
Agape of God Ministry Pastor Ronnie Strickland was tired all the time and didn’t have the energy or stamina to do what he wanted to do. But with the help of Get Healthy, Live Well’s Living Well With Diabetes program, he regained his health and his energy.
 
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