• Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

  • What can you do do lower your risk?

    Dr. Jennifer Bernard "If you are at risk for Type 2 diabetes - what was formerly called 'adult-onset' or 'insulin-resistant' diabetes - the decisions you make NOW about exercise and nutrition can make all the difference in your enjoying a long and healthy life. This type of diabetes usually occurs in individuals who are overweight and over age 40 - although it's being diagnosed increasingly in adolescents and young adults. Having a family history of diabetes raises one's risks. If these facts sound familiar, please talk with your physician about an action plan. You have the power to reduce symptoms, prevent complications and optimize your quality of life."

    - Jennifer Bernard, MD 

    If you've been identified as having high risk for Type 2 diabetes or have been diagnosed with diabetes, you can learn more about diabetes management from Dr. Bernard at Endocrinology, Diabetes & Thyroid Specialists of Colorado.


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