Pre-diabetes means that your blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not to the levels to be diagnosed with diabetes. If you’ve been told by your healthcare provider that you have “pre-diabetes” it also means that without making some healthy changes, you have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Find out how!
What's the Problem?
To understand pre-diabetes, it helps to learn about how our bodies use insulin to deliver energy to cells in the form of glucose (or blood sugar). When insulin production is too low or too high or the cells resist insulin, many problems begin to occur. Learn how to avoid these.