Live Well, Eat Well, Be Active With Diabetes Curriculum Improves Type 2 Diabetes Management
Type 2 diabetes is a complex disease with several modifiable lifestyle factors. The Extension ‘Live well, Eat well, be Active with Diabetes’ curriculum provides four 90-minute lessons teaching individuals to live well, eat well, and be active with diabetes. Fourteen Extension educators implemented and evaluated the curriculum with 107 participants. Participants reported the program helped them feel better able to take care of their health. We observed significant differences in participants’ retrospective pre and post ‘Live well,’ ‘Eat well’ and ‘be Active’ total scores. Extension has a unique opportunity to educate individuals so they may better manage their diabetes.
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Amaya, L., Baldwin, D., Enyart, K., James, A., James, T. M., King, P. R., Maples, J., Peterman, L., Randolph, S., Rash, D., Ratcliff, K., Rhodes, J., Riggin, J., Risley, J., Russell, D., & Hermann, J. (2023). Live Well, Eat Well, Be Active With Diabetes Curriculum Improves Type 2 Diabetes Management. The Journal of Extension, 61(1), Article 7. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.61.01.07
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