Prediabetes is an early symptom for those who potentially suffer from type 2 diabetes. At this stage is marked by the increase in the blood glucose level but still not too high to be classified as permanent diabetic. People with prediabetes have Impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG) ranged from 100 to 125 mg / dL after fasting overnight but lower than 140 to 199 mg/dL, about 2 hours succeeding the glucose tolerance test. Based on research, people with type 2 diabetes will experience the pre-diabetic state before developing into irreversible diabetic.

If pre-diabetic is not resolved entirely, sooner or later it will more likely develop into full blown diabetic. In this condition, sufferers will have a high risk of other deadly diseases such as:…



Source by Sutiyo Na