DIAGNOSED WITH PREDIABETES? START HERE.
So, you’ve recently been diagnosed with prediabetes.
Feel like you’re in limbo? Your blood sugar is a little high, but not quite high enough to be diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.
You’ve been told to…
… eat “healthier”
… start “exercising”
… and start making “changes”.
Here’s the thing. What does that really mean?
Make changes to what? How?
You had one little blood test and now you’re been told that you have to “watch your sugar”. The results show that you have prediabetes sometimes, also known as borderline diabetes.
This one little blood test discovered that you’re blood sugar is too high. This new diagnosis, puts you at a higher risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes and a host of other issues…but together, we’re going to do what we can to prevent that from happening.
Maybe you’ve been dealing with prediabetes unsuccessfully for a little while.
Or maybe, you have a family history of diabetes and you want to do everything you can to prevent it from happening to you.
You have an idea about what you’re supposed to do and what you’re not supposed to do.
But you need some help.
Well, you’re in the right place.
My Grandmother had Diabetes, my mother has diabetes & I have had issues with balancing my blood sugar.
Take a deep breath and together we can figure this “borderline diabetes” thing out.
One thing I want to make clear before we go any further.
Being diagnosed with prediabetes or borderline diabetes doesn’t mean you will develop Type 2 Diabetes. According to the Mayo Clinic,
“Without intervention, prediabetes is likely to become type 2 diabetes in 10 years or less.”
Well, consider this an Intervention.
I hope this series starts you down the right path of learning to balance your blood sugar and learning about the steps to reverse prediabetes.
Part 1: What is Prediabetes? & Prediabetes Blood Sugar Range
Part 2: Prediabetes Symptoms, Causes & Prediabetes Medications
Part 3: Diet for Prediabetes
Part 4: Exercise for Prediabetes
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