Dining with Diabetes in Wyoming
Millions of people in the world live with diabetes every day. Just on the Wind River Indian Reservation alone, 12% of the 12,500 residents have diabetes. 1 in 3 American adults have pre-diabetes. Diabetes is not yet a curable disease, but it is very treatable. No matter how frightening and frustrating it can be, people with diabetes can live long, healthy, and happy lives.
With offices in each of Wyoming’s 23 counties and the Wind River Indian Reservation, University of Wyoming Extension is a leader in outreach education. They are reaching out to help people with diabetes eat better and feel better.
Dining with Diabetes in Wyoming is a program for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes and their families, teaching you how to eat and live well with diabetes.
TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
DATE: Mondays and Thursdays, April 22—May 2
PLACE: Riverton Library, 1330 West Park Ave.
INSTRUCTOR: Laura Balis, PhD
The program is free and dinner will be provided. However, there are only 16 spots! Register today by calling 332-2363 or visit this link.
How do you know if you have diabetes or pre-diabetes? Visit the links below for answers.
Sponsored by the Riverton Lions Club.