When you combine weekly, personal one-on-one consultations with Jenny Craig’s Menu,

you can lose 3x more weight than dieting alone1^

which may reduce your risk of diabetes. Learn More

At Jenny Craig you’ll set goals that will help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes:

  • Lose at least 5-7% of your initial weight, which can reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes by 58%3.
  • Learn to eat healthier using your Jenny Craig menu as a model for balanced nutrition.
  • Build up to moving more and being active in your daily lifestyle.
  • Gain tools for managing stress and moving past barriers to healthy choices.

HERE’S HOW JENNY CRAIG HELPS MANAGE AND PREVENT TYPE 2 DIABETES

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1. Receive one-on-one support with your personal Jenny Craig Consultant

  • Meet weekly with your personal consultant to set goals and discuss challenges
  • Create individualised menu and activity plans.
  • Overcome challenges and change your habits.
  • Learn strategies that will help you lose weight and maintain your goal weight in the long term.
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2. Pick your favourite Jenny Craig food

  • Enjoy a full-week menu of delicious Jenny Craig portion controlled meals and snacks followed by a transition to your own foods.
  • Complement your menu with your own fresh fruits, vegetables, reduced-fat dairy, wholegrains and heart-healthy fats.
  • Stay satisfied by eating six times a day.
  • Continually refresh your menu with new healthier versions of your favourite foods.
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3. Reach your goal & reduce diabetes risk

  • It’s clinically proven that members lose 3x more weight on Jenny Craig than dieting on their own.1^
  • Just losing 5-7% of your body weight can help prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.3
^Individual results may vary
Q: What does it mean to have prediabetes?
A: It means you are at a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes. When you have prediabetes, your blood sugar (glucose) levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough to be called diabetes.
Q: Can I reduce my risk of getting type 2 diabetes?
A: Yes. The great news is that by losing as little as 5-7% of your body weight and becoming more active, you can lower your diabetes risk by 58%.3 Preventing the onset of type 2 diabetes can create a healthier, longer life and help avoid serious diabetes complications such as heart disease, stroke, blindness and kidney failure.

Take this quiz from Diabetes Australia and know your risk:

2 million Australians have prediabetes.
Did you know that by simply eating well and exercising regularly, you can reduce your type 2 diabetes risk by 58%?
Know your risk so you can take action today.

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More information about managing your Type 2 diabetes from Jenny Craig

2 simple ways to prevent diabetes

2 simple ways to prevent diabetes

According to recent statistics, nearly 1.7 million Australians are living with diabetes—and with the cost of diabetes in Australia estimated to be a whopping $14.6 billion annually, there’s more reason than ever to take preventive measures. Approximately 85% of diabetes cases in Australia are Type 2; this means patients’ bodies are able to produce insulin, but either they’re not producing enough, or their bodies aren’t using it effectively. While there is evidence that family history plays a part, lifestyle is also a key contributor. Here are a few ways a healthy diet and regular exercise can lower your diabetes risk.

6 Facts You Need to Know about Diabetes

6 Facts You Need to Know about Diabetes

If diabetes incidence continues to grow at current rates, 3 million Australians over the age of 25 will have diabetes, according to research conducted by Australian Heart & Diabetes Institute, Baker IDI. These numbers could be lowered dramatically if everyone took some steps towards living a healthier lifestyle, by eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly. It all starts with having a better understanding of diabetes, and learning what steps you can take to help reduce your risk. Knowledge is power. Boost your power with these 6 facts and see how Jenny Craig can help reducing the risk of diabetes.