Diabetic services available at Disease Management and Prevention Dietitians in Fargo, ND.

We have the expertise to help you manage your blood glucose levels and reduce your risk of possible complications.  Our services include managing blood glucose levels in partnership with your primary care provider and working to help you reach normal blood pressure and healthy cholesterol levels. 

Type 1 and Type 2

Type 1 diabetes requires insulin injections or an insulin pump. Type 2 diabetes can in most cases be controlled with food choices, physical activity and, for some people, a combination of medication and insulin injections.


Gestational diabetes is usually diagnosed during the second or third trimester of pregnancy.  It is controlled through food choices, physical activity and sometimes with insulin injections or an insulin pump.  In most cases this type of diabetes goes away after the baby is born.


Prediabetes is a time when glucose levels are at the upper range of normal and the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes is increased. Just like Type 2 diabetes it is important to make healthy food choices and include physical activity.