It means you are at risk for getting type 2 diabetes and heart disease. The good news is if you have pre-diabetes you can reduce the risk of getting diabetes and even return to normal blood glucose levels. With modest weight loss and moderate physical activity, you can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes.
- What is type 2 diabetes?
- How can type 2 diabetes be prevented?
- What are the signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes?
- Types of diabetes
- Should I be tested for diabetes?
- Besides age and overweight, what other factors increase my risk for type 2 diabetes?
- What can I do about my risk?
- Doing my part: Getting started
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