Prevent Diabetes
Before It Starts

Reverse prediabetes and lose weight with a diabetes prevention program.

Welcome to The
Defender Program

A National Diabetes Prevention Program.
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How it works

Get a certified coach

You'll connect with a certified health expert tailored to your plan. Your coach is there for you along your journey.

Start your masterclass

You'll get engaging content, articles, and quizes to help you become a master of your health.

Track your results

Biocoach tracks quantitative and qualitative improvements in your health

Downloadable Resources

Action Plan Journal

Making an action plan can help you prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

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Quick Guide

Tips to reach and stay at a healthy weight

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Program Intro

Program introduction and participant guide.

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About the Defender Program

Defender is a National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP)

The program aims to prevent type 2 diabetes in high-risk individuals through a structured lifestyle change program.

What the NDPP Does

  1. Lifestyle Change Program: Encourages modest behavior changes to achieve 5-7% weight loss.
  2. Support and Education: Provides guidance on healthy eating, physical activity, and coping strategies.
  3. Long-Term Commitment: One-year program with weekly sessions for the first six months, followed by monthly sessions.
  4. Community-Based: Delivered with group coaching. Get support and community on the road to better health

What's Expected from Participants

  1. Commitment: Regular attendance throughout the year.
  2. Active Participation: Engage in sessions and share experiences.
  3. Behavioral Changes: Adopt healthier eating and increase physical activity.
  4. Self-Monitoring: Track activity minutes, and weight each week.
  5. Continuous Learning: Apply and adapt learned strategies to daily life.

By joining the program, individuals can significantly lower their chances of developing type 2 diabetes through sustained lifestyle changes and support.