Divabetic!



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DIVABETIC was inspired by Luther Vandross and created by his assistant, Max Szadek.

The project is a sassy, fun and energetic Diabetic outreach program to build self esteem and positive attitudes. Divabetics encourages early detection and prevention.

The principles of Divabetic- BEE-A-DIVA Workshops are:

  • Be Visible
  • Be Informed
  • Be Disciplined
  • Be Active

Diva to Diva! Presenting Divabetic Makeover Your Diabetes–Coming to a City Near YOU!!

Divabetic Makeover Your Diabetes events are your gateway to finding answers, feeling inspired and learning new ways to live well with diabetes while enjoying an exciting mix of free beauty and fashion services. By participating, you have the opportunity to talk one-on-one with friendly certified diabetes educators and registered dietitians in a festive, fun atmosphere. Come mix and mingle with hundreds of women just like you. Enrich your life! Enliven your spirit! Join us and experience an unforgettable night of outreach. Create your own success story!

Divabetic events are free and you can bring a partner, male or female. Register online. Check out the site to find when an event will be in your area.

j0422377.jpgEvent activities include:

  • Fashion tips
  • Free manicures
  • Beauty Bazaar
  • Gifts and Prizes
  • Shape Shop
  • Fitness Ideas
  • Free Makeovers
  • Diabetes ABCs

Grab your camera and your feather boa and post your diva photo in the Divabetic Diva Suite!

Divas Supporting Divas. Famous Divas with Diabetes.

Here’s a few famous Diabetic Divas past and present that I found:

  • Halle Barry
  • Sheena Easton
  • Delta Burke
  • Mary Tyler Moore
  • Mae West
  • Mahalia Jackson
  • Ella Fitzgerald
  • Carol Channing
  • Peggy Lee
  • Patti LaBelle
  • Anne Rice
  • Elizabeth Taylor
  • Jayne Wyman
  • Minnie Pearl
  • Dale Evans
  • AND YOU!!

The message is clear. Don’t let Diabetes stop you being all you can be— from being the Diva you are.

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