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Learn How Gut Microbiome Impacts Diabetes

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Learn How Gut Microbiome Impacts Diabetes

Bacteria that benefits diabetes? Although this might sound strange, it is actually a healthy way to regulate blood glucose levels. Your gut microbiome not only supports diabetes, but also prevents bacterial infections, which are more likely to occur in people with diabetes.

Carolyn Reed

Learn more about the effect of your gut microbiome on blood sugar with North Oaks Dietetic Intern Carolyn Reed at a free seminar Tuesday, March 8 from 3-4 p.m.

Seating is limited, and registration is required. Reserve your space here or call (985) 243-9106.

North Oaks Diabetes Education meetings are held at North Oaks Diagnostic Center, located at 15837 Paul Vega, MD, Drive in Hammond. COVID-19 safety measures applicable to health care settings will apply during the meeting as set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Louisiana.

North Oaks Diabetes Education offers group meetings on a monthly basis. Subject matter experts are invited to discuss insights on current health topics related to diabetes to help participants live their healthiest lives. Time also is set aside during each meeting for participants to ask questions from diabetes experts and share experiences, tips, ideas and concerns with each other.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes North Oaks Diabetes Education as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

For more information about North Oaks Diabetes Education, call (985) 243-9106.