American Diabetes Association Wellness Days are centered on promoting physical activity and nutrition and increasing awareness surrounding type 2 diabetes risk. These Wellness Days will enable companies to champion their employees' healthy living efforts and "live" the mission of the American Diabetes Association.
Held the first Wednesday of May each year, National Get Fit Don't Sit Day™ is an opportunity for the Association to increase awareness of the importance of getting up and moving throughout the day— especially at work.
Each year, thousands of businesses, organizations and industry leaders participate in National Get Fit Don't Sit Day, and take steps to ensure the health of their employees and members through organized walks, exercise stations, yoga classes and more. We hope you'll participate in the next National Get Fit Don't Sit Day on May 3, 2017.Get the E-Toolkit
There is tremendous confusion about what to eat. Often the food choices people make are full of calories yet lack the nutritional value the body needs. This confusion leads to expanding waistlines, low energy and rising rates of type 2 diabetes and obesity-related illnesses. National Healthy Lunch Day™ is an annual opportunity to promote the importance of good nutrition as part of a healthy lifestyle, and help people make better food choices.
We hope you'll participate in the next National Healthy Lunch Day on Sept. 19, 2017.
Held the last Tuesday of March each year, American Diabetes Association Alert Day® is a one-day event that encourages everyone to take the Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test and participate in workplace-friendly activities that will teach them about reversing the risk for diabetes.
We hope you'll participate in the next American Diabetes Association Alert Day on March 28, 2017.Get the E-Toolkit
Participate in the Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes® and Tour de Cure® to promote team building and camaraderie.Healthy Living Resources
Discover online educational tools focused around healthy eating, managing type 2 diabetes, and assessing health risks.