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The Pre-Diabetes Danger

By George Stark

Diabetes is a disease that can silently ambush your health. If you are not
aware of the early signs of diabetes you are setting yourself up for the fight
of your life. Because recognizing the signs of diabetes is so ultra important
you must become an expert at detecting the diabetes early warning signs and

The first stage of diabetes is known as pre-diabetes. Pre-diabetes
occurs when a person's blood glucose level is higher than normal but not so
high as to trigger a diabetes diagnosis. Even though you might develop
pre-diabetes it does not necessarily mean that you will be stricken with full
diabetes. You can reverse the clock and return to normal glucose levels.

However, pre-diabetes is sometimes hard to recognize. But if you have any of
the following symptoms then you are probably a candidate for pre-diabetes. If
you are thirsty a lot, if you have to urinate frequently, if your eyesight
becomes blurry at times and if you feel tired most of the time, then you could
be experiencing pre-diabetes. If you notice any of these signs you must take
immediate action to prevent your pre-diabetes from developing into a more
advanced diabetes state.

Here's what you need to do fast. You must reduce your
weight by 5-10 percent to include engaging in modest physical activity for 30
minutes daily. It's as simple as that. Weight loss and moderate exercise can
turn back the clock and return your elevated blood glucose levels to the normal

So if you are a couch potato and you are overweight then you should be
on the look-out for pre-diabetes. Diabetes is a sneaky disease that can creep
up on you silently and destroy your health before you know what hit you. Don't
let pre-diabetes develop into a more advanced stage of diabetes that could
detrimentally effect your health for the rest of your life. t
could detrimentally effect your health for the rest of your life.
About the Author
George Stark is the owner and operator of a website devoted to the care and treatment of diabetes. Visit for a
revolutionary and new way to to fight diabetes.

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