• Also called impaired glucose tolerance
  • Described as blood glucose levels that are higher than normal, but not high enough to be considered as diabetes
  • Diagnosed after a fasting glucose tolerance test or oral glucose tolerance test
  • Individuals with pre-diabetes are at high risk of progression to Type II Diabetes
  • Working with your healthcare team to develop strategies for diet, exercise, and potential medication treatment can help slow the progression towards diabetes

Excellent Ressouces:

  • Diabetes Canada : Click Here
  • Diabetes UK: Click Here
    • The website provides excellent resources on Pre-diabetes management. 

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