Join HabitNu's CDC-recognized lifestyle change program
In Partnership with The Myrlie Evers-Williams Institute for the Elimination of Health Disparities, The University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC), Jackson Hinds FQHC
and supported by Novo Nordisk's "Farm House to Your House" Program
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Don't just set goals, develop life-changing habits. Access HabitNu online, from wherever you are
Work with a personal health coach who understands your journey. Meet online regularly with your coach and benefit from year-long support
Access an easy to use HabitNu App to track your progress and communicate with your team members for motivation and additional help
National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)
Lose weight, Build New Habits
The Diabetes prevention program (DPP) is a year-long lifestyle change program designed for those at risk for type 2 diabetes. If you lose 5-10% of their body weight, through diet and lifestyle changes you can prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes.
The CDC’s DPP program is based on clinical research, indicating that participants who completed the CDC’s DPP program had a 58% risk reduction for developing type 2 diabetes.
How does it work? Watch the video
Why Should You Join?
One in three adults in Mississippi are at risk for Type 2 diabetes. YOU COULD BE ONE!
Prediabetes means your blood glucose (also called blood sugar) levels are higher than normal. When your blood glucose levels reach a certain level, you have diabetes. ... The good news is that type 2 Diabetes can be prevented! Research shows that people with prediabetes and those at high risk could significantly reduce their risk of diabetes by making modest lifestyle changes–lose 5-7% body weight and be physically active at least 150 minutes a week (at least 5 days, 30 minutes of moderate physical activity).
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With a simplified program that fits with your lifestyle and provides the support you need, making healthy habits that truly last has never been easier - Are you ready to make the change?
HABITNU IS A CDC RECOGNIZED, LIFESTYLE CHANGE PROGRAM
321 Participants recruited
Program participants collecting their produce boxes
One of the participants, Tara said that she is enjoying the wide variety of produce she received and cooked turnips and collards for the first time in her life.