You Don’t Need Weight Loss Programs for Diabetics. We Can Help.
Diabetes is as much an emotional disease as it is metabolic. Successful treatment entails working with the total array of health behaviors.
~ American Diabetes Association
You’ve heard your physicians recommend proper diet, weight loss and exercise to better manage your diabetes or related conditions such as insulin resistance, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome. But…
- Changing well-entrenched behaviors is a complicated process
- Calorie-counting and exercising just doesn’t work for most of us
- You’ve tried again and again with no success to form new habits
Knowing what to do isn’t the problem for women with diabetes and related conditions; it’s how to put it all together.
You Need Education, Understanding, Patience, and Support
Learn how to make healthy living a natural part of your life guided by caring, knowledgeable professionals. Make it something you do because it feels good, not because you have to do it.
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We Empower Women to Take Charge of Their Diabetes and Related Conditions and Health
Since 1973, women with type 2 diabetes and related conditions have come to Green Mountain at Fox Run for help in establishing lasting healthy lifestyle changes.
Our Integrated Healthy Lifestyle Program Offers:
- healthy eating
- active fitness
- mindful meditation
- foundational behavioral change
Enjoy healthy eating, free of feelings of deprivation or restriction. Find joy in moving your body again with activities you can do it consistently. Deal positively with stress and emotions that lead to overeating.
Get the Help You Need
Join us at Green Mountain to learn how to manage your type 2 diabetes and related conditions. Read the research from the Diabetes Prevention Program Study (DPP), conducted by Edward Horton, MD, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School (past president of the American Diabetes Association and past advisor to Green Mountain), which clearly underscores the value of a lifestyle approach for both prevention and management of type 2 diabetes.