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What are the best exercises for my condition?

In conjunction with healthy eating and occasional treating, regular exercise will also help to maintain pre-diabetes and prevent its development. Working out is crucial in reducing blood glucose and minimising the need for diabetes medication. Staying active, like Tony from Droneworxs Aerial Photography, who says it is a great way…

What is the best diet?

Increasing your serves of fruits and vegetables to 6 – 8 per day – a standard serving size is roughly 75g, or 1⁄2 cup, 1 cup of fruit and vegetables 3 times a day is sufficient in increasing your intake. Fruits and vegetables like blueberries, broccoli, spinach, sweet potato, collard…

How can I reduce my symptoms?

Once diagnosed, the best thing you can do is commence trying to reduce and eliminate your symptoms to prevent the condition from worsening and becoming diabetes. Aside from a healthier diet and increased exercise, below is a range of lifestyle changes you can implement to ensure you have fighting chance…

I’ve been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. What now?

It is important to know that pre-diabetes, whilst affected by sugar levels, cannot solely be caused by unhealthy eating. The following risk factors play a major part in the development of the condition: If you are overweight If you are 45 years or older Diabetes runs in your family You have…

What is pre-diabetes?

Defined by higher than normal glucose levels, pre-diabetes is a condition that more than two million Australians are currently living with. With glucose levels not high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes type two, people living with pre-diabetes must maintain their already increased levels to ensure an advanced stage of…

Welcome

Welcome to Pre-diabetes Symptoms website. This site will help people who have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes symptoms and what you can do about it. We want to be offering helpful ideas, lifestyle changes, and an interactive blog where people can share there journey and what guidance they can offer when symptoms…