Better Diabetes Health Box

Diabetes Better Health Box
Monthly Box of Diabetes Goodies Delivered
Discover new diabetes brands and items
How do you discover new diabetes safe and friendly items?
Afraid to try new items?
There's a better option!


Give as a Gift!

Better Diabetes Health Box is the gift that keeps on giving. Many of our subscribers use it to shower their friends & family with love for holidays, birthdays, thank-you's, and just-because treats!
How It Works
1. Choose the length of your subscription: 3, 6, or 12 months prepaid. 
2. Our team tries out and hand picks a box of 3-5 of the most interesting, exciting, and useful diabetes related products that we can find. 
3. Your first D-Box ships in the middle of the next month and you get to discover and try new products as well as receive money saving coupons on products you are already using. 
Why we do it
Our sole mission at HealthEngage is to help people who have diabetes feel better and have a better quality of life. We kept hearing from our users that is was difficult to find new and interesting diabetes related products. We decided to try to take the hassle out of finding and trying new products and provide you with a better way to get your hands on the best diabetes products to see if they are right for you. We scour diabetes vendors around the world to find the coolest items from a wide variety of categories related to diabetes to send to our subscribers. 
What is in each Box? 
We usually try to give a mix of the following: diabetes friendly food items, drinks, topical creams, jewelry, books, vitamins, electronics, or almost anything cool and useful for someone with diabetes. Recent selections:
Learn Something New Each Month
Each product has a full description about why it was chosen and what the health benefits are for you. Take a look at a sample below:
"Quinoa & Brown Rice Mix
Quinoa is a super grain for many reasons: It’s one of the few non-animal proteins that's considered a "complete protein" in that it has all of the essential amino acids your body needs to build protein molecules. Plus, quinoa is a whole grain with germ, endosperm, and bran intact, bringing a host of nutrients and healthy fat to the mix. Even better, all those benefits come with very little impact on your blood sugar level. A half-cup of cooked quinoa ranks just under 10 (that's low!) on the glycemic load scale. It's easy to add quinoa to meals. Try using it in place of white rice as a side.
Brown rice is unmilled or partly milled rice, produced by hand pounding using mortar and pestle or stone grinder. It is more nutritious than the white rice. All types of rice are originally brown rice before they are processed into white rice. Brown rice is rich in B1, B2, B3 and B6 vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, iron, selenium, manganese. Brown rice has a low glycemic index (55) compared to white rice’s (70). The Glycemic index (GI) is a grading indicator of foods based on their immediate effect on blood sugar levels."


What people are saying


"The Diabetes Better Health Box is a wonderful find that arrives on my doorstep every month. I replaced one of my usual snacks with one of the items you sent me! It has become a staple in my house because it helps me keep better blood sugar control in the afternoon.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!"

- Linda, Dearborn, Michigan