Resources for Anthem Medical Plan Participants

Prevent Diabetes Program  (Free to Anthem Medical Plan Participants)

LiveHealth Online Diabetes Prevention Program makes it easy for you to get healthy, lose weight, and prevent diabetes, virtually from the comfort and privacy of your home.  This lifestyle change program helps you with a personalized behavior change experience helping you achieve your health goals and help you prevent diabetes.

Click on the video image on the right to watch a brief 45-second video and learn if you are ready to make a lifestyle change - and change your life.

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What You Need To Know About Diabetes Prevention

Diabetes is a common chronic condition in which body glucose (sugar) levels are elevated.   You can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes by making small changes to the way you eat and by increasing your physical activity.  Visit the Nutrition Tip Sheets for All section below for more resources.

Are you an Anthem Medical Participant?   

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Take this 1- minute health assessment to see if you qualify for the Prevent Diabetes Program today!  Click here to begin.

Using LiveHealth Online you can visit with a health coach through live video or phone who can work with you to create a personalized plan to help you reach your goals. Your coach will also send a free smart scale to your home, making it easier than ever to track your progress and stay on target with your goals. 

 If you qualify for the Diabetes Prevention Program, you’ll get connected with a health coach to get started.  

For more information on LiveHealth Online Diabetes Prevention Program provided by Anthem, click here to access the program flyer. Questions: call 1-888-LiveHealth (888-548-3432).

Not an Anthem Medical Participant?

You can take this Prediabetes Risk Test.  Click here to begin.

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Nutrition Tip Sheets for All

If you have prediabetes, losing a small amount of weight if you’re overweight and getting regular physical activity can lower your risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. 

Confused by all of the nutrition advice out there? We’ve gathered some tip sheets from on some common nutrition challenges.

Regular physical activity means getting at least 150 minutes a week of brisk walking or a similar activity. That’s just 30 minutes a day, five days a week. View the Diet and Exercise Tips for Busy People for more information.

Are You Interested in Learning More About Diabetes Prevention?

For the millions of us who are at risk for it, it's time to get educated, find resources and make sure all those around us are aware of their risk, too.  Take the short Self-Directed Diabetes Awareness course below to learn more:

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