Pre-diabetes happens almost to all people with type 2 diabetes before they develop the disease. It is a condition with blood sugar higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Although they are not diagnosed as diabetes, there might be long term damages to the body, like the heart and circulatory system because of the higher than normal blood sugar level.
It is important that you should manage your blood sugar level. If you can control your blood sugar level, you can delay the development of type 2 diabetes or you can even prevent it from ever developed.
Pre-Diabetes & Type 2 Diabetes
You should understand the risks and take action to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. Same advices for good nutrition and physical activities as for diabetes are recommended.