Weight Watchers Program for Type-2 Diabetes | WW USA
WW and diabetes prevention
Millions of people are estimated to have prediabetes and don't even know it.¹ WW's proven weight-loss program can help you take control of your health.
Weight loss is key in preventing type 2 diabetes
Positive lifestyle changes, such as losing weight and being more physically active, not only lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes but also improve your overall well-being.
Research shows that WW can help those with prediabetes lose a significant amount of weight and improve blood sugar control.†
Why WW works
WW’s program, myWW™, is proven to make weight-loss easier*, and it starts with a food plan that’s personalized to your tastes and lifestyle.
The WW app is packed with tools to keep you on track, including food, activity, and sleep trackers, on-demand workouts and meditations, and 9,000+ delicious recipes.
Meet members who’ve been in your shoes and get guidance from WW Coaches. You can choose between in-person Studio Workshops or Virtual Workshops, accessible straight from your phone.
Have a question or need encouragement? Live Coaching, available anytime via in-app or online chat, provides one-on-one support.
A compatible program
WW for Diabetes complements existing disease-management programs.
A happier, healthier you starts here
Note: WW program and guidance is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment; you should always consult your physician or health care provider about any health care issues. WW has received full recognition from the CDC as a provider of diabetes prevention services as of March 2018.
†Marrero et al. Comparison of commercial and self-initiated weight loss programs in people with prediabetes: a randomized controlled trial. Am J Public Health 2016;106(5):949-956.
*In a six-month pre-post study conducted by Patrick O'Neil, PhD, and colleagues at the Medical University of South Carolina's Weight Management Center, 88% of participants reported that myWW is an easier way to lose weight compared with when they tried to lose weight on their own. Study funded by WW.