Membership gives you expert, up-to-date information on diabetes, put together by our team of nurses, dietitians and editors ready to support you every step of the way.
Whether it's advice on food, technology, health or the latest research into diabetes treatments - we're here to help you live better with diabetes day in, day out. Your support will help create a world where diabetes can do no harm.
- Balance magazine, packed with news, technology features, research, healthy living advice, recipes, exercise tips and members' stories, delivered to your door four times a year.
- Expert information tailored to your needs.
- Exclusive monthly email, full of the latest diabetes insight, tips and advice.
- Research updates by email - you'll be the first to hear about new breakthroughs and treatments.
- Regular discounts from our online shop with selected partners.
How much do I pay?
Your membership helps fund research to improve the lives of people living with diabetes today and in the future.
Membership costs £36 a year, or £3 monthly.
“I became a member to support Diabetes UK in supporting me. The charity is invaluable to people like me - people trying to live well with diabetes.
Diabetes UK funds vital research too. Everyone living with diabetes benefits from more research. If I have a burning question I call the helpline and get instant answers.”
Sarah - Diabetes UK member for four years.
Watch some of our members sharing their experiences of featuring in Balance magazine.
We’d like to inform you that from December 2020 we’ll be including adverts on behalf of some of our external partners in your monthly membership email.
The purpose of these adverts is to inform you of the latest products and offers that we believe will be relevant to you as a member. The adverts may contain links to the websites of these companies but it is entirely your choice whether you choose to interact with them.
Our partners' contributions help with keeping costs down so we can put more money towards creating a world where diabetes can do no harm.