Diabetes Advantedge


Our Pharmacists can answer your questions 
about your diabetes care and you can save on medications.  

Our Diabetes AdvantEdge Program is your complete
diabetes care solution.

Diabetes AdvantEdge

Receive free diabetes medication, meter, lancets, and auto lancing device. For more information on $14.99 test strips, free diabetes medication and free meter please speak with a Pharmacist.

  • Glimepiride
  • Glipizide
  • Glipizide XL
  • Glyburide
  • Glyburide Micro
  • Metformin
  • Metformin ER (500mg & 750mg tablets)
  • Receive a free GE100 Blood Glucose
    Monitoring System,
  • GE 50 Ct. Blood
    Glucose Test Strips for only $14.99.
  • Plus, free lancets and auto lancing device.

New, transferred and authorized refills are included as ordered by a prescriber. Drug lists are subject to change.

Check your blood pressure at the
PharmaSmart kiosk located near the Pharmacy.

Reduce the risk of getting pneumonia or
the flu. Stop by the Pharmacy and get your
vaccines today. No appointment needed.

Diabetes & Nutrition: The Critical link

Your Price Chopper Market 32 Pharmacy and Nutrition Team can help you take care of Diabetes.

Whether just diagnosed or managing diabetes for some time, our Pharmacists and Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist have information and resources that can help you enjoy a healthy, happy life. Important guidance to follow:

  1. Always follow your health care provider’s directions.
  2. Talk to your health care provider, diabetes educator, pharmacist or dietitian when you have questions.
  3. Be sure to take medications as directed. Talk to your Price Chopper Pharmacist about the Diabetes AdvantEdge program and other ways to manage your medications. We have courtesy refills, mobile text alerts, and a mobile app available.

carb smart

Tasty & Diabetic-friendly


What is a Carbohydrate?

Carbohydrates – may also be called “Carbs”. Carbohydrates supply essential energy used by your brain, muscles and organs, and are found in fruits, vegetables, dairy and all types of grain-based foods. They are also found in sugar-sweetened beverages, juice, desserts and candy. Learning to balance carbohydrate intake is key to good diabetes management.

What is Healthy Fat? Healthy fats in small amounts help balance meals, increase satiety, add flavor and assist with absorption of some vitamins. Healthy fats are found in oils like olive, canola, soy, and sunflower; nuts and seeds; and avocados.

What is a Good Source of Protein? Protein helps balance meals, and supports muscle growth and maintenance, healthy weight, and satiety. Protein can be found in a wide range of foods, including meats, poultry, seafood, dairy, whole grains, legumes and beans. There is also a small amount of protein in vegetables.

5 Fresh Food Tips for Diabetes….

Learning more about food and diabetes will lower your stress and help you enjoy good food and good health. Follow up on appointments with a registered dietitian-nutritionist or diabetes educator to get personalized nutrition care, ideas and short cuts. Get started with these tips:

  1. Don’t skip meals or make big changes to food habits – eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, and perhaps a small snack if needed.
  2. Trade regular sweetened drinks like soda, iced teas or specialty coffees for sugar-free or low sugar versions.
  3. Enjoy more vegetables that are not starchy – salads, raw and cooked spinach, broccoli, asparagus, tomatoes – double up, or use half of your plate as your guide.
  4. Eat small servings of carbohydrate (carb)-rich foods like bread, pasta, and potatoes as part of balanced meals. Trade regular breads (90-110 calories/slice) for light bread, (45 calories/slice), explore whole grain sandwich thins, or high fiber English muffins for breakfast and lunch options.
  5. Save grocery receipts, write down what you like and what you eat for meals and snacks. Bring those receipts and lists to your appointments. Your healthcare team can review with you and support your smart choices.

BEST PRACTICES - Managing Diabetes Well

• See your Diabetes Provider regularly.

• Work with your Pharmacist and follow all medication directions. • Test your blood glucose as directed by your Provider. • See a Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist upon diagnosis and at least once per year. • Complete your lab work for A1c, glucose, and cholesterol as directed by your Provider. • Stay up to date on your annual eye exam. • Get your annual flu shot and pneumonia shot. • Check your blood pressure. Learn more:  American Diabetes Association http://www.diabetes.org

Shopping Savvy - Know Your Labels

Shopping with health in mind is smart. Start with learning more about food labels, and understanding serving sizes. Food labels are changing, and you will find two versions on packages in our stores.<br>

Older labels do not have a section for “Added Sugars” – new labels will have “Added Sugars” under the carbohydrate section by January 2020. Learn more about label reading and serving sizes at the links below.<br>

Food Labels —  FDA infographic – reading a food label<br>


Serving Smarts — Serving sizes – FDA infographic<br>


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Content on this website is for general information purposes only, and is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with questions regarding a medical condition.