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Giveaway! Healthy Eating Cookbook + Type 2 Diabetes Pins!

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and we’re celebrating with a Giveaway!

Close up of three diabetes themed pins.Three winners will receive a copy of our original Healthy Eating Made Easy cookbook, which includes sections for easy, diabetes-friendly breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and drink recipes, AND a set of original diabetes-themed awareness pins!

Enter to win!

For a chance to win, simply enter your email address in the box below. THREE winners will be selected at random!

T2D cookbook and set of three pins on a denim jacket.

Get an extra entry!

After entering your email address in the box above, submit a story of at least 150 words about your experience with type 2 diabetes at Type2Diabetes.com/Stories for an additional entry!

Details

The giveaway ends on November 20, 2019 at 11:59 PM ET. The winners will be notified via email, and will have 48 hours to send their address to claim their prize before an alternate winner will be selected. For more information, please read our Terms and Conditions. Good luck!

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Comments

  • Liz53
    7 days ago

    It’s great to be able to talk to others that have diabetes.I was told 15 years ago that I was diabetic.I was scared anger an felt so alone. I still struggle every day like everyone .My sugar is so out of control .I feel I have no will power when it comes to sweets an breads being from the south someone’s always cooking.My A1C is 9.2 I’m on 3 pills an 6 shots a day.Thats sad when all I would have to do is leave the sweets an bread alone. I’m trying but being on disability an now having Charcet syndrome in both feet an so many other problems.Its not that easy. Anyway I’m glad to see I’m not alone with this awful disease God Bless everyone.

  • Margot moderator
    10 hours ago

    You are right that it’s not easy! The fact that you are thinking about it all is a good thing and an important step! You are not alone. We’re here for you. Do keep us updated. Thinking of you @Liz53 and thank you for commenting, and being a part of our community. Warmly, Margot, Type2Diabetes.com Team

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