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A recent review of 10 commercial weight loss programs by researchers at Johns Hopkins published in the June issue of Obesity Reviews Journal‡, found that only those individuals with type 2 diabetes following the Jenny Craig program reduced hemoglobin A1c -- a three-month average of blood sugar concentrations -- more than weight loss counseling at 12 months.
Jenny Craig was recommended as one weight loss plan due to its strong evidence to support diabetes benefits.
When you combine weekly, personal one-on-one consultations with
Jenny Craig’s Type 2 weight loss plan, you can lose weight to improve your glycemic control.
Type 2 Program
Clinically proven to help those with type 2 better manage their diabetes, our comprehensive weight loss program for weight loss gives members the improved glycemic control they’re looking for so they can take charge of their health and reach their long term weight loss goals.
Your dedicated personal weight loss consultant designs strategies to help you combat weight gain, 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.
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