Living with diabetes can potentially be overwhelming because of the many lifestyle changes needed to manage the disease. The free tools offered here can help you reach your treatment goals and better manage diabetes.
- Healthy Recipes
We've gathered some tasty recipes to satisfy your cravings - sweet, savory or somewhere in between.
- Diabetes Quiz
Take this short quiz to learn the facts about diabetes.
- Personal Stories
Read and view testimonial videos of real people with diabetes and discover how they have learned to manage the disease by making healthy choices.
- Answers from the Experts
Get expert answers to relevant questions about diabetes as it relates to diet and nutrition, weight management and physical activity, children, and cardiovascular disease risk.
- Diabetes and Other Educational Brochures
Browse our library of brochures on diabetes, stroke, high cholesterol and more.
Our monthly e-newsletter is filled with the latest news, recipes and other important health updates.
Other Tools and Resources
- Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator
Enter your height and weight to learn whether your BMI puts you at risk.
- Glucose Tracker
Download and print this week-at-a-glance chart to record your glucose levels. There's even a space to jot down questions for your next visit with your healthcare provider.
- Family History Tree
Use this family tree to map out your family's health history. Identify family members who have lived with diabetes or other serious health conditions. Then, talk with your healthcare provider about what this means to you and others in your family.
- Blood Pressure Trackers
Record and monitor your blood pressure levels online or on this printable chart. There's even a wallet-size version to take with you.
- Medicine Chart
Print this handy chart to keep track of the prescription, over-the-counter and herbal drugs you're taking.
- What is Diabetes and How Can I Manage It? - Patient Information Sheet
Download this patient information sheet to learn more about diabetes, the most common forms, risk factors, and how to control the disease. Also available in Spanish.
- Healthy Living Resource Guide for All Seniors
Any person of any age can make healthy changes. Our Resource Guide and exercise infographic will help you make smart choices as you and your loved ones look to maintain health and wellness.
- National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP)
NDEP is a partnership of the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and more than 200 public and private organizations and is devoted to providing resources for those with diabetes and those at risk for diabetes.