Diabetes Prediabetes

Diabetes Prediabetes

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If you’ve been diagnosed with prediabetes, it means your blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not high enough for you to be considered diabetic. Diabetes is diagnosed by taking a reading of an individual’s blood sugar levels using one of three tests: fasting, random or 3-month average blood sugar.

An individual without diabetes has a fasting blood sugar level below 100, a random blood sugar level below 140 and a 3-month average blood sugar level, known as the A1C, below 5.7%.

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