100 Million People Have Pre-Diabetes

Category: Videos • Nov 22 2023



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What is Pre-Diabetes?

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Over 100 million people have pre-diabetes and have no idea!  Prediabetes is a health condition where blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough for a diabetes diagnosis. It’s a critical warning sign that action needs to be taken to prevent the progression to full-blown diabetes. Lifestyle changes, such as a healthy diet and regular exercise, play a crucial role in managing and even reversing prediabetes. Understanding this early stage empowers individuals to make informed choices for a healthier future. Don’t let prediabetes go unnoticed – knowledge is the first step towards prevention!


What are the Signs and Symptoms?

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Here are some signs and symptoms of Pre-Diabetes:
1. Blurry vision

2. Tingling in your fingertips and feet

3. Darkening of the back of the neck, under the neck, down the armpits, or in the groin area.

4. Sugar cravings

5. Belly Fat

6. Waist size of 40 or higher in a man.  35 or higher in a woman.

7. Dark velvet skin in the knuckles and other parts of the body

8. PCOS

9. Excessive Thirst


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How Does it Go From Pre-Diabetes to Diabetes?

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Prediabetes is the precursor to diabetes, marked by elevated blood sugar levels. Over time, if left unmanaged, prediabetes can progress to type 2 diabetes. The transition is fueled by insulin resistance, where the body’s cells become less responsive to insulin. As a result, glucose accumulates in the bloodstream, causing further damage.

Lifestyle factors, such as poor diet and sedentary habits, exacerbate the risk. Regular monitoring, healthy living, and medical guidance are pivotal in halting this progression. Understanding the journey from prediabetes to diabetes underscores the urgency of proactive health measures.


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