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Leading the fight against the dangerous consequences of diabetes and fighting for individuals affected by diabetes is the American Diabetes Association (ADA). They do this by giving a voice to people who because of their diabetes were denied rights. They also work in funding vital research to manage, prevent and cure diabetes.

 

We recommend the ADA for your diabetes car donation because of their hundreds of services they give to communities and how they provide credible and objective information.

 

At Risk Information

One great resource the ADA provides is their Are You at Risk information. Website viewers can take their Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test to help determine their risk level and learn guidelines of what they can do if they are at risk.

 

Learning effective steps a person can take to lower their risk for type 2 diabetes like increasing physical activity and maintaining a healthy weight are topics expounded on. Encouraging people at risk to make even just a few small steps to have a large impact on their health is part of the ADA’s open information system.

 

Basics of Diabetes

Even though millions of people all around the world live with diabetes, this disease is very treatable. The ADA provides a wealth of information to assist those wanting to learn more about the basics of this disease.

 

The basics of diabetes includes:

  • Type 1 and Type 2
  • Gestational Diabetes
  • Diabetes Statistics
  • Common Terms
  • Myths Cleared up
  • A Day in the Life of a Diabetes
  • Famous Individuals Working to Stop Diabetes

 

Living with Diabetes

Diabetes can be managed through exercise, medication (if prescribed) and balancing your diet. Lots of individuals who have diabetes live healthy and long lives.

 

Living with diabetes includes:

  • Health Insurance
  • Knowing Your Rights
  • Information for Parents and Children
  • Assistance with Legal, Management or Questions
  • FREE Type 2 Diabetes Program

 

If you or a loved one has diabetes, the ADA provides an array of resources to help. From recipes, podcast series, nutritional guidelines and even products to help you thrive, the ADA are your diabetes research and advocating specialists.

 

Donate a car for diabetes and help the American Diabetes Association in their important work of fighting for a cure for this disease.