ADA Diabetes Prevention Program - Online Group Format


ADA Diabetes Prevention Program - Online Group Format

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Cut Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes by More than Half

If you have prediabetes or certain diabetes risk factors, the Good Measures Diabetes Prevention Program can help you make small but lasting changes to prevent type 2 diabetes.  

The program is proven to work – you will learn skills and get support to lose weight, be more physically active, and manage stress. You will feel better, too. 

The Good Measures Diabetes Prevention Program is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Program Includes

  • Expert support: Work with a Good Measures registered dietitian lifestyle coach who leads your group class

  • Convenient sessions: Participate by online group video on your computer or smartphone

  • Social support: Share ideas and get support from your group members

  • Digital tools: Use our smartphone app and website to track physical activity and see how well you are meeting your nutrition needs


  • The program is more frequent at the start—weekly one-hour sessions for 16 weeks. Then sessions are every other week for 2 months and then they are just once a month for 6 months. Sessions are not held during the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • The Good Measures Diabetes Prevention Program is covered by many health plans and employers. Check with your health plan customer service or your employee benefits administrator.

Want to know more? Call us at 888-320-1776 or see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Why prevent Type 2 diabetes?

One out of three American adults has prediabetes and most of them don’t know it. Having prediabetes means that your blood glucose (sugar) is higher than normal but not high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes. Having prediabetes means you have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

You may have prediabetes and be at risk for type 2 diabetes if you:

  • Are 45 years or older
  • Are overweight
  • Have a family history of type 2 diabetes
  • Are physically active fewer than 3 times per week
  • Ever had diabetes while pregnant (gestational diabetes) or gave birth to a baby that weighed more than 9 pounds

You can learn more about your risk at this website or by asking your healthcare provider if you should be tested for prediabetes.

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