Get the most out of life Take control of your Type 2 diabetes
Get the most out of lifeTake control of your Type 2 diabetes
Jenny Craig's Type 2 diabetes plan is grounded in research demonstrating its effectiveness.1
A review of commercial weight loss programs published in Obesity Reviews found that individuals with Type 2 diabetes following the Jenny Craig weight loss program reduced their hemoglobin A1c — a three-month average of blood sugar concentrations — more than weight loss counseling alone at 12 months.2
With our Type 2 weight loss plan for diabetics, you can lose 3X more weight than dieting on your own.3
Individuals following Jenny Craig’s Type 2 diabetes weight loss plan achieved a lower HbA1c compared to usual care and experienced greater improvements in HDL (good) cholesterol and triglyceride levels.1
72% of study participants reduced or eliminated their use of insulin.1
Our Proven Type 2 Diabetes Program
Our Proven Type 2
Clinically proven to help Type 2 diabetics better manage their condition, our comprehensive weight loss program is designed to improve glycemic control, promote weight loss and improve overall health.1
A Menu Plan You’ll Love
Take the guesswork out of diabetes meal planning with our easy-to-follow, reduced-calorie and carbohydrate-controlled Type 2 diabetes menu. You’ll get the right balance of macronutrients to lose weight and maintain your blood glucose levels while enjoying a variety of delicious foods to help make weight loss — and managing Type 2 diabetes — easier.
Your Personal Coach
Your dedicated coach will give you the strategies you need to learn how to lose weight and keep it off. Each week, you’ll meet with your coach — by phone or in-person — for customized weight loss guidance, meal planning and feedback. Your coach is always there for you, whether it’s to answer a question, help you get back on track or celebrate a win in your diabetes control.
More information about
Type 2 from Jenny Craig
More information about managing your Type 2 from Jenny Craig
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