Diabetes Prevention is Possible
Abundant Living Foundation's mission is to screen, identify, educate, and serve youth and adult prediabetes individuals in underserved communities in a culturally competent fashion, to prevent transition to Type 2 Diabetes.
NEW COHORT STARTS in NOVEMBER 2023
Calling all individuals who have PREDIABETES!
The evidenced-based CDC's National Diabetes Prevention Program will begin a new cohort of participants in November 2023. On June 1, 2023, we received CDC's Full Plus Recognition status. We will soon offer the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program. Contact us and join our effective support program to reverse your prediabetes.
I wanted to thank you and The Abundant Living Foundation for the positive changes that you have helped me make in the last year and a half. It began with the eating plan that you gave me in the beginning, followed by the Diabetes Prevention classes. I am thankful for your assitance over the last 18 months. I was able to get my A1C under control with no medication and my weight is down. It has been a great lifestyle change that I would not have been able to do on my own. I also learned about what food does to your body - both good and bad - so I am able to make better choices. I would recommend you to others that need help with the challenges of diabetes.
Regards, Mark Culver
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A year and a half ago, when I found out that my A1c was at 6.2, I panicked. I searched the internet and found the Prevent T2 support program offered by Dr. Dorce from Abundant Living Foundation. Initially, I thought the information offered was something I could get from the internet and doubted it would help me. However, after a couple of sessions, I realized that the program had a lot more to offer me.
In addition to the health information that was shared, I found mental support from Dr. Dorce and the rest of the team members. There was no judgement from anyone as we all know we were in the same situation. We shared ideas and personal experiences. Knowing that we were not alone was a great start on our journey to becoming healthier.
Having the constant reminders to stay active, track your weights, and watch what we ate had helped me dropped my A1c to 5.7 and maintained the weight I had intended to attain. From my personal experiences, I know I would not have the discipline and determination or stamina achieving my goals on my own. Having the support group and staying committed to the program was what got me where I wanted today.
Thanks Dr. Dorce for your precious time, dedication, and commitment to the Prevent T2 program. I will always be grateful for your support!!!
Kayne Kim, Lilburn, GA
As the time draws near for GIVING TUESDAY, we ask that you consider making a donation on this website to enable us to continue serving the underserved, low-income communities, We strive to make a difference by identifying, through screening individual who have prediabetes. We offer education, support, and the CDC NATIONAL DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM.
I met you a few months ago. You did the Prediabetes screening for me. I was prediabetic. Thank you for your counseling & testing. I corrected some areas of my diet & life and today I screened negative for diabetic problem. THANK YOU! I will pray for your success and for our future working together. GOD Bless you. Pastor Gloria, Lighthouse Evangelist's Church 2022
The National Diabetes Prevention Program is an evidence-based, cost-effective intervention that help prevent type 2 diabetes in communities across the United States.
The program focuses on healthy eating and physical activity which showed that people with prediabetes who take part in a structured lifestyle change program can cut their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 58% (71% for people over 60 years old).