American Diabetes Wholesale is donating $5,000.00 in diabetes testing supplies in support of the ‘National Diabetes Mall Testing Tour’ which starts next month.
The tour is designed to take diabetes testing to the public in a manner that has never been done before and will feature free diabetes screening, free blood pressure monitoring, and cooking demonstrations. Developed by Celebrity Chef and Best-Selling author Charles Mattocks, the tour is scheduled to visit major metropolitan cities such as Atlanta, Dallas, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Orlando, and Miami.
“It was an easy decision for American Diabetes Wholesale to donate supplies to the National Diabetes Mall Testing Tour. Our team is proud to support Charles’ endeavor as he works hard to educate, help, and inspire thousands of people with diabetes throughout his tour”, says Chris Maguire, Vice President and co-founder of American Diabetes Wholesale.
Charles Mattocks was diagnosed with diabetes in 2010. Already a popular celebrity chef known for creating recipes that are healthy and affordable, Mattocks took his dedication to healthy eating to a new level upon being diagnosed with diabetes. His push to educate and show people how they can take better care of their health, while on a budget, is the foundation for what this bus tour is all about.
Mattocks states, “In my fight to save my own life and the life of others with diabetes, we look for people and companies that will stand and step up and arm us with the tools we need to reach the millions of people that are looking for help and hope. American Diabetes Wholesale is one of those companies that have gone above and beyond to allow me to keep believing that we can offer that hope, education, and inspiration to those in need. This gracious donation and continuous support of American Diabetes Wholesale will not only make screening possible for thousands who didn’t know they have diabetes but we hope to encourage those with diabetes to stay the course”.
American Diabetes Wholesale has partnered with Charles Mattocks in the past, from the launch of his Best-Selling cookbook to his Sugar-Free and diabetes friendly gourmet chocolate bars. Charles is also part of the ADW’s Destination Diabetes advisor board – an educational component of their website featuring tips and advice from diabetes and nutrition experts, diabetic recipes and more.
About American Diabetes Wholesale
American Diabetes Wholesale (ADW) is a mail order company that is dedicated to keeping diabetes management affordable. ADW is focused on helping customers effectively manage their disease by providing one of the largest selections of diabetes-related products, including glucose testing products, blood pressure monitors, and diabetic friendly foot at significant discounts. ADW takes a leading role in diabetes education through Destination Diabetes, an informational website featuring tips and advice from experienced healthcare professionals. ADW is involved in and supports the diabetes community and organizations that further diabetes education and research.
About Celebrity Chef Charles Mattocks
Charles Mattocks, aka The Poor Chef, has made a name for himself as the bestselling author of Eat Cheap, But Well. His famous tag line – “What can you cook for $7?” – has taken the country by storm. Charles’ love of healthy food fueled his passion for health and wellness. Charles aims to educate people on how to buy great food for the family without breaking the budget. He has a new line of sugar and gluten free chocolate called “The Charles Bar”, a documentary based on his life with diabetes in the works, a kids book and diabetic cookbook coming soon. Charles has teamed up with the USDA Pyramid program, a proponent of early education, teaching children to eat and shop for healthy foods. Charles has showcased his cooking tips on The Dr. Oz Show, where he and Dr. Oz prepared a great family meal for less than $7. For more information on Charles, visit www.thepoorchef.com.
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