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Educational Materials for Your Patients

Our library of highly-acclaimed learning materials demonstrates Novo Nordisk's ongoing commitment to help you educate and support your patients with diabetes. Download and share any item instantly, or place a complimentary order and have select print materials shipped directly to your office.

  • Meal Planning and Carb Counting

    This booklet provides your patients with helpful information about planning healthy meals and offers tools and resources for carb counting and portion sizes, including food lists to help with making healthy choices. Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.

  • Staying on Track

    This booklet can help your patients understand more about blood sugar goals and what the numbers mean. Includes a 3-month tracker to easily fill in blood sugar readings, diabetes medicines, carb intake, and activity.  Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.

  • Living with Diabetes

    This booklet provides information about the steps to managing diabetes by eating healthy, being active, and taking medicines. Includes an overview of diabetes treatment options. Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.

  • Diabetes and You

    This booklet provides your patients with key information about diabetes and why it happens, tools and resources to help with diabetes management, and tips for living well with diabetes. Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.

  • Your Blood Sugar Tracker

    This printable tracker is a good way for patients to monitor their diabetes care plan and share results with their health care team.

  • Foot Care for People with Diabetes

    Help patients keep their feet healthy. In this fact sheet, patients will find simple steps they can take to maintain the health of their feet.

  • Building a Balanced Meal

    This fully illustrated fact sheet shows patients how to use a plate to create a balanced meal and how to estimate portion sizes so that each meal is a healthy one.

  • Dining Out with Diabetes

    This fact sheet explains how planning ahead and making smart food choices allows patients with diabetes to successfully enjoy dining out.

  • Planning Healthy Meals

    A visual guide to help your patients with the fundamentals of planning healthy meals, including information on food labels and portions, and helpful food lists for making healthy choices when creating a balanced meal.

  • High Blood Sugar

    This fact sheet helps patients recognize the signs of hyperglycemia and provides information for managing the condition.

  • Low Blood Sugar

    This fact sheet will help patients recognize the signs of hypoglycemia and provides information for managing the condition.

  • Type 2 Diabetes and the Role of GLP-1

    This fact sheet focuses on the pathophysiology of diabetes and explains how GLP-1 receptor agonist treatments can help address the core defects of diabetes.

  • Cornerstones4Care® Enrollment

    A downloadable form for patient enrollment into Cornerstones4Care®.

  • Your Guide to Better Office Visits (Spanish)

    This booklet is aimed at helping patients take charge of managing their diabetes by providing a care schedule they can customize with their diabetes care team. Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.

  • Carb Counting and Meal Planning (Spanish)

    Helps your patients understand everything from the basics of planning healthy meals to the specifics of counting carbohydrates and gauging portion sizes.

  • Staying on Track (Spanish)

    A 3-month diary allows people with diabetes to easily record: blood sugar results before and after each meal and before bedtime; diabetes medicines, carbohydrate intake, activity, and ketone test results (if applicable). Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.

  • High Blood Sugar (Spanish)

    This fact sheet helps patients recognize the signs of hyperglycemia and provides information for managing the condition.

  • Low Blood Sugar (Spanish)

    This fact sheet will help patients recognize the signs of hypoglycemia and provides information for managing the condition.

  • Type 1 Diabetes 101: Getting Started, Staying on Track

    Designed for people who have been newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, their family, and friends, this guide is meant to provide both information and reassurance. Recommended for ages 13 and up.

  • Caring for Someone with Type 1 Diabetes

    Written especially for parents or caregivers of young children, elementary school kids, teens, and young adults with type 1 diabetes, it guides the reader through important diabetes facts, plus information relevant to their child's specific stage in life.

  • Meet Dot: Your New Friend! Ages 2-6

    This type 1 booklet features Dot, a friendly cartoon drop (or "dot") of blood who appears during blood sugar checks and introduces young children to the world of diabetes with the help of her young friends. This educational booklet teaches through reading and coloring. It's designed for children ages 2 to 6.

  • My Type 1 Diabetes: Conquering The Elementary School Years Ages 7-11

    This booklet is full of information, games, and fun "Team Challenges" focusing on things that elementary school kids need to know like going to sleepovers, parties, camp, and much more. Children ages 7 to 11 years old can read and explore this book either on their own or with some help from parents, caregivers, or friends.

  • Get Help Navigating Your Course Ages 12-16

    A must-read for teens, this book discusses being more independent in taking care of one's own diabetes, driving with type 1 diabetes, and handling new tasks in their diabetes journey. Teens can read and note what they want and flip through what they don't! Intended for pre-teens and teens ages 12 to 16.

  • Meeting New Grown-Up Challenges Ages 17-24

    This book contains real-world answers to help young adults manage their type 1 diabetes during this busy and exciting stage of life. Written to address the challenges and concerns of young adults ages 17 to 24, such as beginning college or new careers, and going from a pediatric diabetes care team to an adult diabetes care team.