Diabetes & Nutrition
Whether you're trying to manage diabetes, simply reduce the salt or fat in your diet, or safely lose the weight you gained during pregnancy, the diabetes educators and registered dietitians at any one of Samaritan Health Services’ five hospitals can help.
The Diabetes Education and Nutrition Services department's compassionate and caring staff teach classes and offer individualized appointments to help you take control of your diet and/or manage your diabetes.
“I fought it,” says Joyce Rich, now age 69. “I thought if I ignored it, it would go away. Of course, it didn’t.”
Learn more about Joyce in the Life With Diabetes.
Diabetes affects millions. It’s hereditary for some, preventable for others through diet and exercise. Samaritan Diabetes Education has the tools and knowledge to help you prevent or control your diabetes. Contact us
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