Join the Jenny Craig Diabetes Prevention Program

Join the Jenny Craig

Diabetes Prevention Program

Available through Jenny Craig Anywhere

Recognized as a provider of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP)^

At Jenny Craig you’ll set goals that will 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%.1
  • Learn to eat healthier using your Jenny Craig menu as a model for balanced nutrition.
  • Build up to being active for at least 30 minutes on 5 or more days of the week.
  • Gain tools for managing stress and moving past barriers to healthy choices.

Here's how the Jenny Craig Diabetes Prevention Program Works

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

  • Meet weekly to partner in setting personal goals.
    (Currently offered through Jenny Craig Anywhere only)
  • Create individualized menu and activity plans.
  • Overcome challenges and change your habits.
  • Master strategies for both weight loss and maintenance.

2. Pick your favorite Jenny Craig food

  • Enjoy a full-week menu of delicious Jenny Craig portion controlled entrees and snacks followed by a transition to non-Jenny Craig meals.
  • Complement your menu with your own fresh fruits, vegetables, reduced-fat dairy and heart-healthy fats.
  • Stay satisfied by eating six times a day.
  • Continually refresh your menu with new healthier versions of your favorite foods.

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.
  • Just losing 5% to 7% body weight can help prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.
Nearly 100 menu items
What does it mean to
have prediabetes?
It means you are at high risk for 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.
Can I reduce my risk of
getting type 2 diabetes?
Yes. The great news is that by losing as little as 5-7% of your weight and becoming more active, you can lower your diabetes risk by 58%.1 Preventing the onset of type 2 diabetes can create a healthier, longer life and help avoid serious conditions such as heart disease, stroke, blindness and kidney failure.
Take this quick quiz from the
cdc and know your risk:
1 out of 3 Americans now
have prediabetes†† and 9 out
of 10 of them don't know it.
Know your risk so you can
take action.
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