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-- speaking of issues 79 million Americans live with pre diabetes.
And other sounds kind of scary what this pre diabetes doctor -- here.
How do you prevent getting diabetes and if you have pre diabetes what does that mean and does it mean you gonna get diabetes book follows this.
I think that we were talking about seven and nine million Americans are suffering pre diabetes is basically means that you sugar is high but it's not high enough to be a real.
And the best -- I want people to know is this hemoglobin.
Anyone seat -- will be able to seize a blood test look at the list of all did labs that you have from your doctor it's there.
And if it's less than five point 7%.
Your -- Between five point 7% to 646.
Point 4% you are pre diabetic and over six point 4%.
Your -- -- real diabetic patients also.
If you look at the fasting glucose of less than 100.
You fast overnight the next thing you check your sugar if it's less than a hundred you're okay between a 10225.
-- your pre diabetic.
Over one point five these are diabetic so Eric US is that there are no symptoms would treat diabetes.
They're real symptoms of diabetes or you have thirsty frequent urination infectious tingle as you don't have that so that's what's called the silent killer.
You should be checked at the age of 45 unique to that information.
Or if you aren't hydrants and -- -- better what's the test to tell you -- what I -- right yeah and OK okay once he had the best way to get rid of this.
His to lose weight because by losing weight you -- your insulin to become more sensitive Europe is so it would work.
Are you prevented from getting to -- died in an Odyssey to go to the doctor you think they do -- -- blood -- you think they cover all the sort of stuffed -- have to ask for federal yeah.
Shouldn't and I have to tell her I grew up there around one point or I've gone -- and checking him -- when -- -- city.
-- on every patient for this reason recent studies have shown that this is really the way to tell if someone's at risk for diabetes what is it.
Your red blood cell is coated with sugar.
How much sugar is on your red blood -- the more that's on your red blood cell.
The more the chances are that you have a sugar problem.
We need to -- -- in advance we need to exercise as David says we need to lose weight we need to cut down on portion size you need to change your carbohydrates to what you're reading.
To longer acting carbohydrates like fruit.
Like you want to get fiber from your vegetables it's not just.
Carves its what kind of car and how do you know if you had this test what is -- San match big she was on the stop or even Edwards think Erica look.
And what they're whatever he's got its well then you guys I guess this stuff like numbers and into the nationals you don't -- -- -- sewage.
But -- it shouldn't happen and you should point -- That we are born with a certain number of receptors for insulin are papers is like a motor it's turning out -- -- -- we get the less of those receptive we have.
-- -- -- -- -- -- the more likely we get diabetes and we get resistance on the receptors that's another report we have a problem with our metabolism you've got to lose weight.
As you lose weight.
Your chances go -- you could actually reverse it you have diabetes one day you don't have been there are -- we're gonna do.
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