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Fit4D is a Web 2.0 (Health 2.0) website focused on issues related to diabetes.

Fit4D's partners include the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation[1], Medtronic[2], Bayer, and Diabetes Mine[3]

Fit4D has been mentioned a number of times in the media. These include NBC New York [4], ABC News[5], USA Today[6], US News[7], and Diabetes Mine[8]

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About CEO David Weingard

David Weingard, was 36 when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (also known as Juvenile Diabetes) At that time, David was an avid marathon runner and had completed an Ironman Triathlon, consisting of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile marathon.

Weingard founded Fit4D.com – as a personalized diabetes coaching service providing nutrition, fitness and wellness coaching as well as emotional guidance and support.

Fit4D Background

Composed of certified diabetes educators including leading dietitians, nurses, exercise physiologists, pharmacists, social workers and personal trainers, Fit4D provides virtual education, one-one one coaching calls, memberships and group classes and through partners that include the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation[9], American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Research Institute, Medtronic[10], Bayer and numerous on-line communities.

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http://www.fit4d.com/

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Fit4D is a Web 2.0 (Health 2.0) website focused on issues related to diabetes.

Fit4D's partners include the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation[1], Medtronic[2], Bayer, and Diabetes Mine[3]

Fit4D has been mentioned a number of times in the media. These include NBC New York [4], ABC News[5], USA Today[6], US News[7], and Diabetes Mine.[8]

Contents

About CEO David Weingard

David Weingard, was 36 when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (also known as Juvenile Diabetes) At that time, David was an avid marathon runner and had completed an Ironman Triathlon, consisting of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile marathon.

Weingard founded Fit4D.com – as a personalized diabetes coaching service providing nutrition, fitness and wellness coaching as well as emotional guidance and support.

Fit4D Background

Composed of certified diabetes educators including leading dietitians, nurses, exercise physiologists, pharmacists, social workers and personal trainers, Fit4D provides virtual education, one-one one coaching calls, memberships and group classes and through partners that include the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation[9], American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Research Institute, Medtronic[10], Bayer and numerous on-line communities.

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