Why subscribe?

Subscribing to Inclusive Diabetes Care untangles the many stigmas within diabetes care. Join us as we come alongside and embrace belonging and inclusion!

You Want

An easy way to get, understand, explore, and implement inclusive information about diabetes care. Subscribing to the IDC newsletter will flow amazing research articles, handouts, and counseling tips directly to your inbox, which is nice!

What You Get

Everyone gets some access to great articles. Paid subscribers get a deeper dive into these concepts and, if created, access to handouts and resources to guide their understanding of inclusive diabetes care. Our topics focus on four needs:

  1. You need a way to communicate the complexity of inclusive diabetes care to your clients authentically and relatablely. Our Solution: Help your clients experience five key feelings - belonging, ease, feeling seen and heard, nonjudgment, and support to discover and engage in wholesome self-care!

  2. You need a patient-centered way to address internalized bias and oppression without reinforcing them. Our Solution: Provide you with simple and effective ways to use mindful eating to decrease internalized weight bias for people with or at risk of diabetes. 

  3. You need a way to teach diabetes without glorifying extreme diets and privileged lifestyle options. Our Solution: The Four Factors of Diabetes makes diabetes easier to understand and helps clients see the value of balance instead of extreme diets or unsustainable lifestyle changes.

  4. You need a way to increase your referrals that doesn’t reinforce dieting or glorify unsustainable lifestyle changes. Our Solution: Understand the four critical times when clients should talk with you. 

Looking for a client-facing resource?

The No Weight Loss Required newsletter for people with diabetes is an excellent option. This weight-inclusive resource helps clients explore what diabetes care might look like without the scale! It is a PERFECT tool to support clients between appointments for a number of reasons.

  1. It is free. You have to love that!

  2. It comes to their inbox!

  3. It is completely weight-inclusive, which is so needed in the diabetes care space!

  4. Your clients will get to explore what a balanced approach to food, activity, and diabetes care feels like.

  5. There is also a paid option for clients looking for more support.

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My name is Megrette (Pronounced MEgret) Fletcher, and I am a dietitian and diabetes educator interested in health equity for people with diabetes.