As a working mother, Gail's wellbeing is a main concern for her and her family. And as someone whose father passed from diabetes related health complications, news of her type 2 diabetes diagnosis did not come as a surprise. Rather it was an eye-opener for the lifestyle changes Gail needed to make for her and her family. When first diagnosed, Gail did not feel properly supported by her healthcare providers.
Gail first became aware of The Suga Project Foundation and our Diabetes Mastery Program through Facebook. Intrigued by what The Suga Project Foundation had to offer and the knowledge she would receive, Gail made a commitment for her health.
For Gail, The Suga Project Foundation's Diabetes Mastery Program is one-of-a-kind robust program that includes courses and coaching to help with every aspect of diabetes. It is helping Gail remain knowledgeable and confident about living with type 2 diabetes. The program provides Gail with access to a community of supportive women who encourage one another and exchange useful tips.
As the saying goes: "be a pebble in the pond, creating a ripple for change."
The Suga Project Foundation aims to be a pebble in the pond of type 2 diabetes work to help mitigate the health risk associated with living with the disease. Often women are the gatekeepers of health in their families and communities so the work we do is meant to impact not only the lives of people living with type 2 diabetes but all those they touch. This important work requires ALL of us to come together. Will you join the important work of The Suga Project Foundation and help be a pebble in the pond?