Treating prediabetes aggressively with lifestyle changes and medications may prevent its progression to diabetes, a new study finds.Commentary:
People with prediabetes who had their blood sugar returned to normal were 56 percent less likely to develop full diabetes in the five years after treatment, researchers say.
Pre-diabetes is an important topic because too many of us are pre-diabetic or about to be pre-diabetic and don’t have a clue – either that we are in that condition or what to do about it. On top of that, doctors seem to be insensitive about the dire state a patient is in when this happens. It is a time to become intensively involved in your nutrition and wellness – to avoid the complications of diabetes that are looming just over the horizon.
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