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Can you reverse prediabetes?

Asked by F. Lopez, Last updated: Jan 26, 2020

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E.Emily

E.Emily

Answered Jan 26, 2020

Yes, it is always possible that you can reverse prediabetes, but you should remember that it will take some effort on your part. One of the first things that you can do is to lower your blood sugar. You need to pay attention to the food that you eat. What are the food products that you normally eat? If you eat fast food every day, you may need to change this.

Another thing that you can do is to have a healthy weight. Are you overweight? If you answer yes, then you need to lose the excess weight to become less likely to become afflicted with prediabetes. Take note that while prediabetes is common, it is also reversible.

 

G. GRAY

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G. GRAY, Writer, M.A, Liverpool

Answered Jan 08, 2020

Prediabetes is a state whereby your blood sugar level is on the high side, higher than normal blood sugar, but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. It is caused by insufficient production of insulin or your body resistance to insulin. Yes, prediabetes can be reversed. With treatment and proper lifestyle changes, the condition can be reversed. To reverse this condition, you need to know the risk factors and prevent them from in order to reverse the condition. Weight gain, dietary patterns, sleep patterns, polycystic ovarian syndrome, family history, age, and inactivity can cause diabetes. While most of these risk factors cannot be ruled out completely, you can take advantage of the modifiable risk factors to improve your condition. Losing some weight, eating healthy, and exercise can help treat prediabetes.
 

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