National Diabetes Prevention Program Videos
About the Program
Sneak Peek into the Lifestyle Change Program
This animated video describes how the lifestyle change program works and what you’ll get when you join.
Imagine: You and the National Diabetes Prevention Program
What’s possible when people with prediabetes join CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program? They can take charge of their health and lower their risk for type 2 diabetes by eating well, staying active, and reducing stress. It can all start today.
A Change for Life
In this video, people with prediabetes talk about how group lifestyle change classes offered as part of CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program helped them learn and keep healthy habits.
Make an Impact at Your Pharmacy
Pharmacists have the power to make a difference in the health of their community. This video spreads awareness of the CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program and discusses how pharmacists can use the National DPP to make a positive impact in their patients’ lives.
Testimonials from Participants
Mike’s Prediabetes Journey: Taking Control of Prediabetes
Mike Jones, a retired police officer, joined the CDC-led National Diabetes Prevention Program and found support to make healthy lifestyle changes and reverse his diagnosis of prediabetes.
“The motivation for me is to watch my children grow and be here for them. And that starts with taking care of myself and my body.”
Corinne Tiliano, 45, Program Participant
Corinne describes why she prevents type 2 diabetes and how the National Diabetes Prevention Program worked for her.
“My kids have never seen me run. And I can now. And I love it.”
Suzi Gomez, 53, Program Participant
Suzi is at risk for type 2 diabetes and describes how the National Diabetes Prevention Program has helped her stay healthy.
“I prevent type 2 diabetes so I can keep traveling, taking pictures, and enjoying my family for the rest of my life.”
Cynthia Johnson, 54, Program Participant
Cynthia describes why she chose to do the National Diabetes Prevention Program and how it has helped her take better care of herself.
“It’s not about how long you live; it’s about how well you live.”