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  • Our year-long program helps participants make real lifestyle changes such as eating healthier, including physical activity into their daily lives, and improving problem-solving and coping skills.

  • Participants work with a trained lifestyle coach on a daily basis over a digital platform to help facilitate lifestyle changes to prevent diabetes. .

  • This proven program can help people with prediabetes and/or at risk for type 2 diabetes make achievable and realistic lifestyle changes and cut their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to 58 percent.


Our Diabetes Prevention Program

Type 2 diabetes has become a global pandemic. In North America, type 2 diabetes ranks among the leading causes of death. Type 2 diabetics pay on average, and additional $14,000 per year in medical expenses; that's 2.3 times more than the average American.


We believe that type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and most other chronic diseases, also known as lifestyle diseases, are preventable and largely reversible. In our Diabetes Prevention Program, a trained lifestyle coach will introduce topics in a supportive setting over a digital platform, and encourage participants as they explore how healthy eating, physical activity, and behavior changes can benefit their health.


How it Works

Program Goals

Impedio Health is a virtual Diabetes Prevention Program



Your Health in the Palm of your Hand

Prediabetes Screening
  • Lose 7% of your body weight

  • Gradually increase your physical activity to 150 minutes per week

  • Implement daily lifestyle habits to encourage optimal health

Are You Eligible?

To be eligible, participants must have received one of the following:

  • A prediabetic diagnosis from a physician

  • A fasting glucose reading of ≥100 mg/dL

  • A glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) test of 5.7% to 6.4%


You may also be eligible for the program if you are overweight or obese and have one or more of the following addictional risk factors:

  • Older than age 45

  • Physically inactive

  • A parent or sibling with diabetes

  • African American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic, or Pacific Islander

  • Gave birth to a baby weighing 9 pounds or more or was diagnosed with gestational diabetes.

  • High blood pressure (140/90 mmHg or higher) or undergoing treatment for high blood pressure.

  • HDL ("good" cholesterol) is lower than 35 mg/dL or a triglyceride level higher than 250 mg/dL

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome

  • Impaired fasting glucose or impaired glucose tolerance

  • Other conditions associated with insulin resistance, such as severe obesity or an acanthosis nigricans, characterized by a dark velvety rash around the neck or armpits (affects African Americans)

  • History of cardiovascular disease

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