Weigh 2 Change

A Lifestyle Change Intervention Program to Help Prevent Type 2 DiabetesY USA 2011-1228_hr  

This program arms you with skills to make lasting changes to lose weight and reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes. Part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, Weigh 2 Change (W2C) is led by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

 

Weigh 2 Change offers you…

  • A CDC approved curriculum.
  • Skills to lose weight, be more active and manage stress.
  • 16 weekly sessions and 6 monthly sessions to help you gradually make the changes you need and maintain your new lifestyle for lifelong healthy living.

 

The detailed proven curriculum covers monitoring food intake, eatings less fat and fewer calories, eating healthfully, being physically active, problem solving, overcoming challenges, managing stress and much more! You can take charge of your health!

 

What is prediabetes?

People with prediabetes have blood sugar levels higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diabetes. Lifestyle changes resulting in moderate weight loss can help people prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. Without weight loss and moderte physical activity, 15-30 people with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within 5 years!

 

If you are not diagnosed with prediabetes  you may still participate in the program!

 

Upcoming Sessions:

 

June 7, 2017 / Class meets every Wednesday, 5:30 pm / Lifestyle Coach: Becky Westereng

** Change of Date: September 19, 2017 / Class meets every Tuesday, 5:30 pm / Lifestyle Coach: Theresa Mindt

 

January, 2017 (date TBA), Class meets every Monday, 6:00 pm / Lifestyle Coach: Jen Walsh

 

YMCA/Choice HF Members: $75

 

General Public: $125 (includes limited membership privileges)

 

Financial scholarship assistance is available.

 

 

For more information and to find out how to calculate your risk for developing type 2 diabetes go to: Weigh 2 Change Brochure

 

W2C flyer 2017

 

Weigh 2 Change News Release 5-1-17

 

Weigh 2 Change is based on the proven National Diabetes Prevention Program curriculum and supported by the CDC and the North Dakota Department of Health.

 

For detailed information, contact: Patti McEnroe – (701) 775-2586

 

 

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