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Managing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet & Jenny Craig

By Sarah S – Jenny Craig

The body is pretty amazing. It houses multiple systems that are constantly at work from digesting the food we eat to contracting different muscles to perform physical exercise. However, various diseases can harm your natural body functions. Read on as we look at how to manage Type 2 diabetes with proper nutrition — and how Jenny Craig can help.

How Type 2 diabetes affects your body

Your body naturally keeps your blood sugar in a steady, healthy range, unless you have Type 2 diabetes. With Type 2 diabetes your body is not using insulin properly to process glucose. Blood glucose levels rise and drop throughout the day depending on a variety of things like, but not limited to, what and when you eat, how active you are, and what medications you are taking.

 

Learning how to manage Type 2 diabetes with diet is one of the first steps after a diabetes diagnosis. Luckily, there are plenty of resources to help you with the task — your doctor, diabetes educator, registered dietitian, and Type 2 support groups. In addition, Jenny Craig’s Type 2 weight loss program can help you adjust your diet and accomplish most of the diabetes management objectives recommended by the American Association of Diabetes Educators which include eating healthy, being active, problem-solving, potentially reducing risks for other health problems and healthy coping.1

Jenny Craig for Type 2 diabetes

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Learning how to control Type 2 diabetes with your diet is made simple with the Jenny Craig Type 2 program. The program supports you with healthy eating, weight management, and physical activity guidance. Plus, your consultant meets with you every week to review your goals, strategies, and offer encouragement. As your personal weight loss coach, they will help you find solutions to any challenges you may encounter as you implement lifestyle changes that not only can help you with managing Type 2 diabetes, but also lower your risk for diabetes-related complications.

A clinically proven approach to managing Type 2 diabetes with diet

A recent one year study comprised of 227 overweight adults with Type 2 diabetes compared the weight loss and diabetes control results of the Jenny Craig for Type 2 program with usual care for diabetes.2 Individuals on the Jenny Craig program received weight loss counseling with trained program staff who offered recommendations on diet and exercise and provided monthly check-ins via email or phone. At the end of a year, those who followed the lower carbohydrate Jenny Craig menu lost 9 percent of their initial weight. In comparison, individuals who followed usual care only saw a 2.5 percent decrease in their weight. Additionally, the Jenny Craig participants saw a more significant improvement in the control of their blood sugar levels than the usual care group.2

Jenny Craig’s program - the best diet for Type 2 diabetes

What makes Jenny Craig’s Type 2 program for diabetes so effective? It’s a comprehensive approach that focuses on healthy eating, physical activity, and portion control. Here are a few reasons why Jenny Craig is one of the best weight loss programs if you are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.

 

Easy meal planning. One of the keys to keeping blood sugar — and hunger — levels even throughout the day is consistent meals and snacks. The Jenny Craig menu provides you with well-balanced, pre-portioned meals and snacks, so you'll enjoy eating six times a day. Not only is the Jenny Craig meal plan for Type 2 diabetes and weight loss easy to follow, but it’s also delicious — without cutting out any of your favorite foods.

 

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The right mix of nutrients. Studies have indicated3 that a lower carbohydrate diet may benefit Type 2 diabetes patients by lowering blood glucose levels, which is why Jenny Craig bases its Type 2 program off these findings. The Jenny Craig program takes the guesswork out of meal planning. With the program, you receive a fully balanced daily menu with the optimal proportion of carbohydrates, protein, and fat.

 

Personalized support. Another distinguishing feature of the Jenny Craig program is the one-on-one consultation appointment you receive every week. Your personal consultant is your partner to help you learn how to manage Type 2 diabetes with your diet, set eating and activity goals, solve challenges and practice making healthy changes that positively impact both your weight and your diabetes. While your consultant cannot address the medical aspects of your condition, she can reinforce your lifestyle strategies (like the self-monitoring of your food, activity and blood glucose levels) to support your weight loss and management of diabetes.

 

Our diabetes management plan is created by nutritionists and clinically supported to provide our members with one of the best diabetic weight loss plans. With Jenny Craig, helping to control Type 2 diabetes with your diet can be a whole lot easier.

 

Learn why Jenny Craig’s meal plan program is one of the best diets for Type 2 diabetes. Book your free appointment today!

 

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Sources:

[1] https://www.diabeteseducator.org/patient-resources/aade7-self-care-behaviors
[2] Weight Loss, Glycemic Control, and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Response to Differential Diet Composition in a Weight Loss Program in Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial

[3] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24760261

 


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I have an appointment Monday with a consultant.  I have type 2 diabetes and my hga1c keeps increasing.  I need health management 

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On 11/29/2019 at 3:32 PM, Guest Cheryl said:

I have an appointment Monday with a consultant.  I have type 2 diabetes and my hga1c keeps increasing.  I need health management 

Hi Cheryl,

 

We're excited you've chosen Jenny Craig to help you reach your health goals! Good luck on your journey, and feel free to reach out with any questions you may have along the way. 

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