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Good news for StayWell health and auto policy members — you get 15% OFF your total bill at TGI Fridays! Thanks to our spotlight partner, we’ll be giving away one (1) $50 gift certificate to three (3) lucky winners at the end of the month! 

How to enter:
  1. Like us on Facebook
  2. Follow us on Instagram @staywell_insurance
  3. Enter our monthly raffle here: https://www.staywellguam.com/perks

It's that easy!
*November monthly drawing ends 11/30/20. Some restrictions apply. See staff for details. Monthly drawing is exclusive to StayWell health subscribers and auto policy holders in Guam only.
Diabetes Awareness Month

Diabetes Awareness Month is key to dispelling misinformation around diabetes and continuing advocacy for those living with it! World Diabetes Day theme this year is Nurse and Diabetes. It aims to raise awareness about the crucial role that a nurse plays in the lives of people living with diabetes. Let’s explore the different ways to get involved --by inspiring others, educating peers and giving back. This month, we’d like to provide more awareness and education about diabetes. Show us you know your facts from myth!

  1. True or False: Eating too much sugar causes diabetes.
  2. True or False: You can catch diabetes from a person who has it.
  3. True or False: The warning signs of Type 1 diabetes include rapid weight loss, fruity breath odor, and vision change.

Enter our social media giveaway to win StayWell goodies!
Check out our posts on Facebook or Instagram.
*Contest ends on Monday, November 30th at 11:59PM. Open to Guam residents only.
Winner will be announced Tuesday, December 1st, 2020. You must be 18 or older to enter.
Health & Wellness: Diabetes Awareness Month

MORE True or False?
1. People with diabetes can never eat sweets. False: You can have your cake and eat it too, just not the whole cake! People with diabetes need to control the total amount of carbohydrates (pronounced: kar-bo-HI-drates) in their diet, and sugary treats count as carbs. But this doesn’t mean that they can’t have any sweets. It just means that they should put the brakes on eating too many sweets and other high-calorie foods that are low in nutrients (like vitamins and minerals we all need). Eating too many of these foods also can make it less likely you’ll want to eat healthier foods.

2. People with diabetes can’t exercise. False: Exercise is important for all people — with or without diabetes! Exercise has many benefits. In addition to helping keep your weight under control (which is helpful for managing diabetes), exercise is good for your heart and lungs, it helps you burn off some steam, and it relieves stress. And exercise is great for blood sugar control. Talk to your diabetes health care team about exercising and managing your blood sugar.

3. All people with diabetes need to take insulin. False: All people with type 1 diabetes have to take insulin injections because their pancreases don’t make insulin anymore. Some, but not all, people with type 2 diabetes have to take insulin — with or without other diabetes medications — to manage their blood sugar levels.

For Guam's resource for Diabetes Awareness and Support, visit: https://staywellguamdiabetesfoundation.org/
3 Rules to Follow for the Big Holiday Meal
Go ahead and gobble…but not too much
It all looks so good when you sit down for a big holiday meal. Turkey and gravy, dressing, sweet potatoes, and enough desserts to open your own bakery. Go ahead and gobble, but not too much. The average person eats about 3,000 calories at the dinner table during a holiday meal. Before you dig in, think about this: A 160-pound person would have to walk 30 miles to burn off that many calories. You can still enjoy the feast. Just don’t show up like you’re trying out for a competitive eating contest. To keep your calories in check when there’s a big holiday meal on your schedule, try this basic action plan:
Before: Eat light, healthy meals and snacks during the day prior to the big meal. Choose a green salad, soup, or fruits and vegetables. Then when the dinner bell rings, you won’t be as hungry. Stepping on the scale daily, can also help you be mindful of your food choices during the holidays.
During: If you really feel the need to indulge, sample everything on the table, just in smaller portions. Eat until you’re full…not stuffed.
After: Plan to take a walk and exercise to burn off a few of those extra calories after the big meal. With a little planning and self-control, you can still enjoy the big holiday meal and be healthy.

With these tips, we hope you and your family stay safe, healthy, and vigilant! 
For the full article, check out: https://www.staywellguam.com/health/enjoylife.
We fight together! StayWell turned pink on October 23rd in support of Guam Cancer Care’s Get Your Pink On! Campaign. Let’s continue to show our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunts, daughters and all Guamanian women that they are not alone in their fight.
Thursday – 11/26
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Friday – 11/27
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Tuesday – 12/8
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Thursday – 12/24
Open from 8am-12pm (Guam & CNMI)
Closed (Manila)
Friday – 12/25
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Thursday – 12/31
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Friday – 1/1/2021
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Better For You

Being a StayWell member brings many great benefits, some of which are unexpected! For example, did you know that you can get 20 cents off fuel at 76/Circle K stations when you show your membership card? You’ll also get 5% off fruit and healthy snacks marked as “Better For You” so you can save money while cutting out some of the excess sugar and empty calories from your diet! #StayWell #SPPC #CircleK #BetterForYou