Early diabetes is also called pre diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance.
Before someone reaches the point of having type 2 diabetes, they will nearly always have pre diabetes symptoms first.
An estimated 57 million people in the United States have pre diabetes. And 50% of these people are expected to progress to type 2 diabetes. These are staggering numbers and it shows you just how big this problem is.
Studies have shown that during pre diabetes, major damage is already being done to the body... especially the cardiovascular system and the heart.
Early diabetes symptoms can be mild... or not exist at all.
Take the Diabetes Risk Test to help you determine your risk of developing pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes.
According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 6 million people in the United States have diabetes, but they don't know that they have the disease.
Unfortunately, once type 2 diabetes is diagnosed, serious health problems may have already started. Remember though... it can still be controlled successfully.
This disease is nothing to play around with, so it's important to identify the early signs of diabetes. After reading through the signs and symptoms, read through the rest of the site so I can help you with a plan to prevent damage to your body and regain your health.
Pre diabetes may not have any signs or symptoms; however, it's important to keep an eye out for the typical type 2 diabetes symptoms, such as...
If you have any of these early diabetes symptoms, contact your doctor or health care provider.
Also, take the Diabetes Risk Test to see where you stand.
According to the American Diabetes Association, results from the recent Diabetes Prevention Program study showed that pre diabetic patients were able to prevent type 2 diabetes by exercising and making changes to their diet.
This study also showed that some medications helped pre diabetes, but exercise and diet worked better!
The study went on to show that just 30 minutes of moderate exercise each day plus a 5-10% loss in body weight, produced a 58% reduction in diabetes!
This site has the information that can help you get back on track. Spend some time educating yourself and use the tools and resources here to help you take action!
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