Reach your goals with our proven program
Jenny Craig for type 2 is grounded in research demonstrating it's effectiveness†
followed our type 2 menu
lost 3x more weight
than those receiving
achieved a lower HbA1c
of 6.6% as compared to 7.5%
for usual care while showing
greater improvements in HDL
(good) cholesterol and
72% of participants
reduced or eliminated
their use of insulin
When you combine weekly, personal one-on-one consultations with Jenny Craig’s Type 2
Menu, you can lose weight to improve your glycemic control.
Clinically proven to help those with type 2 better manage their diabetes, our comprehensive program for weight loss gives members the improved glycemic control they’re looking for so they can take charge of their health.
Take the guesswork out of diabetes meal planning with our easy to follow, calorie + carbohydrate controlled type 2 menu that gives you the right balance of nutrients to lose weight, yet has a variety of delicious flavors to keep you excited about what you’re eating.
Your dedicated personal consultant designs strategies to help you reach your weight loss goals and hit your diabetes targets, while giving you weekly one-on-one support, either in person or over the phone.
In an independent study Jenny Craig participants following the lower carbohydrate menu for diabetes lost 3x more weight than those receiving usual care, achieved a lower HbA1c of 6.6% as compared to 7.5% for usual care, while showing greater improvements in HDL (good) cholesterol and triglycerides.†
More information about controlling your Type 2 from Jenny Craig
4 Steps to Take after a Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis
Our bodies naturally convert the food we eat into glucose: a form of sugar. In order to use glucose as energy within our cells, we need a naturally occurring substance called insulin. If you have type 2 diabetes, your body either doesn’t make enough insulin, or doesn’t use insulin efficiently. This results in a glucose imbalance within your bloodstream, which can lead to a variety of serious health issues.
7 Facts You Need to Know about Diabetes
Odds are one in three people in the United States will develop diabetes in their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That’s a statistic. The odds could drop to one in four, one in five, or lower if everyone took the right steps toward healthier living. It all starts with understanding diabetes and learning what steps to take. Knowledge is power. Boost your power with these 7 facts.