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Where Prediabetes Becomes Your Path to Wellness

Baseball great Yogi Berra once said, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it!” Well my friend, prediabetes just may be your fork. In fact, it might even be the best thing to ever happen to you (Really!)

Here at the Sweet People Club, we provide education, support, and community for individuals with prediabetes and their families. Our number one mission is the ensure that you’ve got the information you need to make the best decisions to manage your prediabetes. And maybe even have some fun in the process!

If you’re ready to take that fork and use it to build a path to a healthier, happier you, then read on!

Would it Surprise You That…

Stress and self-medication with chocolate chip ice cream lead Theresa down the path to prediabetes?

“Hello Sweeties! I am Theresa, certified diabetes educator, nurse, and founder of the Sweet People Club.

So many people believe a diagnosis of prediabetes guarantees a future filled with pills, needles, blood tests, and food so bland that even your dog turns their nose up!

NONE of that needs to be YOUR future! And I am going to prove that to you as both a medical professional and as someone diagnosed with prediabetes. Yup! I am a Sweetie too!”

– Theresa Garnero, APRN, BC-ADM, MSN, CDE

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