Wondering what does prediabetes mean? Well, if your fasting blood sugar levels are just below 100 mg/dL consistently for few months then you are at an increased risk of diabetes. According to Dr Rajiv Kovil, a person is considered to be pre-diabetic if the blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be called diabetes (fasting blood sugar between 100 and 125 mg/dL). Are you suffering from prediabetes? Here’s a diet plan for prediabetics from our expert Dr Neha Sanwalkha.
In this video, our expert sheds light on the what exactly is prediabetes, explains clearly about diabetes (when does blood sugar levels indicate diabetes) and difference between Indian standards and American standards of diabetes classification. Although prediabetes signifies an increased risk of diabetes, one can effectively prevent its from progressing into diabetes. Watch this video to know what Dr. Rajiv Kovil tells about prediabetes and how to prevent its progression. Here are some expert tips to reverse prediabetes.
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Published: February 17, 2015 10:32 am