Features May 2017 Issue

What Should You Do When the Diagnosis is Prediabetes?

Getting a diagnosis of prediabetes should be a wake-up call that lifestyle changes are needed to avoid type 2 diabetes.

What Should You Do When the Diagnosis is Prediabetes?

An increase in your blood glucose levels, even if it doesn’t signal full-blown type 2 diabetes, should be considered a warning that changes are needed.

Watching your blood glucose (sugar) levels is critical if you’re trying to avoid type 2 diabetes and the cardiovascular complications that can accompany it. But if your levels rise to the point your doctor informs you that you have prediabetes, what’s your next move?

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