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Pre-Diabetes Intervention Strategies
October 4

Pre-Diabetes Intervention Strategies


With Carlisle Douglas, Diabetes Prevention Health Coach

An estimated one in three people in this country meet the criteria for pre-diabetes and most do not know it yet. Simple changes to diet, exercise, sleep and stress management can prevent onset of Type 2 diabetes.

Learn how stopping our bodies from overproducing insulin is a key intervention not only for diabetes, but also many other diseases of metabolic health.

This course outlines concrete things you can do for yourself and to support your loved ones to end this needless epidemic. For most people, adopting these practices results in increased energy, improved brain function, reduced joint pain, improved sleep and enhanced sense of well-being.

This course incorporates a HAES-informed approach and will not recommend a focus on weight loss. Understand the common discrepancies between a "diabetes prevention" approach to diet, exercise, stress and sleep and the "common lifestyle habits" that are leading to prediabetes. Understand why stopping our bodies from overproducing insulin is the overarching key to intervention in diabetes, as well as the many other diseases of metabolic health. Receive concrete information about how to make these interventions.

Mon., Oct. 4 • 3-5 p.m.


$20 • Class #: 43887

No video will be available for this class.

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Carlisle Douglas

Carlisle Douglas

Carlisle Douglas, M.A., is passionate about self-care as the foundation of healthy lives and communities. Carlisle has taught courses in sociology, women's studies, social justice leadership, life-skills and massage over the last 30 years and is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Certification Program.