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Almost but Not Quite

Filed Under: Sexual Health at 2:52 pm | By: Susan Coyle, Senior Editor
Insulin TestYou go out to dinner and order the steak, chicken fried. You come home after a long day and pop open a beer falling numbly onto the couch, where you stay until you can muster enough energy to go to bed. You pour fried food, red meat and hoards of junk food into your body, and you don’t move unless it is absolutely necessary. You know that your lifestyle choices may lead to heart disease and diabetes, but for now you are seemingly healthy although a bit rotund. Or are you?

Chances are you are one of 54 million Americans who are pre-diabetic.  Your glucose levels are not enough to constitute the full-fledged disease, but they are not normal, either. Since little or no symptoms have appeared, you are unaware of your condition, continuing to plague your body with ignorant, debilitating life choices. If you continue as such, it is only a matter of time before pre-diabetes becomes type 2 diabetes.  And then, your problems will be considerably worse than they already are. But the good news is there are ways to stop the downward spiral.

If you are over 45 and overweight, or have impaired glucose intolerance and impaired fasting glucose, you should be tested for pre-diabetes. Should you find that you have the condition, you can alter your habits to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. A loss of just five to 10 percent of your body weight will reduce your risk by up to 58 percent, and a reduction in stress with an increase in activity will only serve to better the outlook.  Type 2 diabetes is not inevitable simply because you are pre-diabetic. You can prevent the disease, something that is considerably easier than treating it.

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