If someone is diagnosed as being pre-diabetic, will they get diabetes?

A lot of people oftentimes wonder whether or not a diagnosis of being pre-diabetic basically means that they are guaranteed to get diabetes. While it's certainly a very sobering reminder of just how fragile one's health is, the good news is that having the diagnosis of pre-diabetes doesn't have to mean that you get the full fledged version of the illness.

Generally speaking, people who are diagnosed as being pre-diabetic are just beneath the threshold required to define them as being sufferers of diabetes. Given the fact most medical research indicates the type II diabetes and its symptoms can be reversed in about 30 days or less with proper nutrition and exercise, it stands to reason that you can beat the diagnosis if you commit yourself to repression of healthy eating and increased exercise.

Should you go see a doctor? Of course, it makes a lot of sense to sometimes get some professional medical guidance if you're not entirely sure if some of the symptoms you are suffering from our related to diabetes, or maybe something else is going on. You don't want to take chances with your help and make guesses based on something you read on the Internet.

There are a lot of cases of people who have been diagnosed as being full-fledged diabetics who have reversed the disease in about 30 days thanks to better eating and more exercise, and the same is true for people who have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes.

The only way to know for sure how much blood sugar you currently have, is to basically schedule a simple blood test. This test will measure the amount of glucose, which is a fancy medical word for sugar, that's currently in your blood. Depending on what that number says, you'll have a much better understanding of where you're at, and what you need to do to help ensure that you never get diabetes, or if you already have it, how to reverse it quickly.

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