Can a person who is more susceptible to developing diabetes be identified?

Many people oftentimes wonder whether or not a person who is more susceptible to developing diabetes can be identified. The reason why this can be helpful is because if somebody can be identified before they actually develop the illness, there's a better chance of being able to instill lifestyle modification techniques that can potentially avert the onset of symptoms.

Few people realize that there is a condition referred to as pre-diabetes that actually afflicts close to 10 million people in United States alone. In other words, any given time in the United States, there are approximately 10 million people who are on the verge of becoming full-blown diabetics.

This is easily the best pool of people to target with news and information designed to help them begin leading healthier lifestyles. Think about it logically. Anybody who is diagnosed as being pre-diabetic is essentially on a path to developing diabetes.

If these individuals can be presented with meal plans and exercise plans that they implement and follow through with on a daily basis, there is a lot of medical evidence that strongly suggests type II diabetes can be completely reversed within 30 days or less.

Are there any other indicators, beyond being identified as pre-diabetic to suggest that a person might ultimately get diabetes? Yes. If an individual is leading a very sedentary lifestyle, not getting any exercise, eating a bunch of junk food, spending far too much time in front of a television or computer, these are all people who are automatically at heightened risk of developing diabetes.

To the extent you're somebody who's concerned about the effects of diabetes, or are worried that you may be somebody to eventually get this disease, then you are definitely doing yourself a favor by learning more about it. The last thing you want to do is find yourself stuck living with the disease like diabetes which can ultimately result in premature death, and other terrible side effects.

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