5 common myths about diabetes, debunked

Diabetes is a prevalent issue in the U.S., affecting more than 1 in 10 Americans. What's more, 38 percent of the adult population has prediabetes, and 1.4 million Americans get diagnosed with the condition every year. This trend has many in the healthcare industry hungry for a silver bullet — and the allure of permanently reversing diabetes is a seductive one, though not physiologically attainable.

Instead, health plans must work to identify an all-inclusive remedy that offers members a realistic and effective approach to diabetes management. This guide discusses the problems with "diabetes reversal," the connection between diabetes and mental health, and more.

Download the guide to discover:
  • Why diabetes remission is a better goal than diabetes reversal
  • Why treating diabetes and depression together maximizes positive outcomes
  • How personalization plays a critical role in effective diabetes management

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