4 years ago500+ Views
Before people develop type 2 diabetes, they always have "prediabetes", a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be deemed as diabetes. There are no clear symptoms of prediabetes, but it can be detected with any of the diagnostic tests for diabetes. Preventing diabetes development: People with prediabetes can lower their risk of diabetes development by 58% by losing 7% of their body weight (multiply your weight by 0.07) and exercising moderately five days a week (30 minutes of brisk walking).
Are there any further eating changes we can make to prevent diabetes?
3 years ago·Reply
I'm in this combative stage myself, but didn't know any symptoms before diagnosis.
3 years ago·Reply