A diagnosis of prediabetes means that your blood glucose levels are higher than normal – putting you at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The good news is there are simple things you can do to decrease that risk.
“The key is to make small, simple changes – but make them permanent,” says Dr. Mehta. “Incorporate change that is sustainable in your everyday life so that you can live an improved, healthier lifestyle and not go back to your old ways.”
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