Reverse Diabetes: The Habit Trackers

Use the Reverse Diabetes Habit Trackers to monitor your progress and keep yourself accountable as you get healthier with effort day by day.

Whether you’re starting a new workout routine, trying to wake up a little earlier or even just improving your diet, a lifestyle change requires repetition and dedication to make it a true habit. These Reverse Diabetes Habit Trackers, which accompany the new edition of the Reader’s Digest Reverse Diabetes book, are designed to make it easier for you to start living better.

During the Reverse Diabetes 12-Week Challenge, you may be asked to try some new things. Use these Habit Trackers to record your progress and keep yourself accountable. It features spaces to monitor your blood sugar, your eating, exercise and sleep habits and even your mood, to see how it may correlate with these other behaviors.

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Use the Reverse Diabetes Habit Trackers to monitor your progress and keep yourself accountable as you work toward a healthier lifestyle

Miranda Manier
Miranda is the Associate Editor for TheHealthy.com and The Healthy section of Reader's Digest magazine. Previously, Miranda was a producer at WNIT, the PBS affiliate in South Bend, Indiana; and the producer in residence for Minneapolis TV news KARE 11, where she won an Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Award for producing gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial. Miranda also interned at Chicago’s PBS station, WTTW, and worked as the managing editor at the Columbia Chronicle at Columbia College. Outside of work, Miranda enjoys acting, board games, and trying her hand at a good vegan dessert recipe. She also loves talking about TV—so tell her what you’re watching!