Health – How to Prevent Prediabetes

How to prevent Prediabetes

Some people use the term “borderline diabetes” to refer to prediabetes. Prediabetes is a term used by medical professionals and is a condition that may occur before a person develops type 2 diabetes.

During the prediabetes phase, your pancreas still produces enough insulin in response to ingested carbohydrates. But the insulin is less effective at removing the sugar from the bloodstream, so your blood sugar remains high. This condition is called insulin resistance.

In 2019, it was estimated that 96 million adults in the United States were diagnosed with prediabetes, which translates to around 1 in 3 adults.

Any of these risk factors can increase your chances of developing prediabetes:
– having overweight or obesity
– being physically inactive
– being age 45 or older
– having high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels
– having a close family member with type 2 diabetes
– having a history of heart disease, stroke, gestational diabetes, or polycystic ovary syndrome

Therefore, making changes to your diet and lifestyle can be especially beneficial for those with prediabetes and may help support blood sugar control and overall health. Focus on nutrient-dense foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and heart-healthy fats. When choosing grains, be sure to choose complex carbohydrates, like whole grains.



Scientists indicate that obesity can weaken the body’s immune system and reduce its ability to combat infections. American researchers have found that obesity significantly diminishes the resistance of experimental mice to the flu, leading to a notable increase in mortality rates after flu infection.

This outcome suggests that obesity likely has a similar impact on Scientists indicating that obesity can weaken the body’s immune system and reduce its ability to combat infections.


American researchers have found that obesity significantly diminishes the resistance of experimental mice to the flu, leading to a notable increase in mortality rates after flu infection.

Associate Professor of Pediatrics Melinda A. Beck and doctoral student Alexia Smith from the University of North Carolina have also revealed the profound effects of obesity on the body’s immune system through experiments. The researchers additionally discovered that the effectiveness of immune cells—natural killer cells—was reduced by 50% in obese experimental mice.

The researchers believe that obese mice exhibit numerous abnormalities in their immune response to the flu, highlighting the potential vulnerability of the immune system in obese individuals during influenza infections, particularly when facing novel strains. The risk of death for obese individuals is significantly higher than that of normal-weight individuals in such cases.

Furthermore, obese individuals may also face elevated risks compared to the general population:
→ 40% higher risk of heart disease-related mortality
→ 60%-120% higher risk of diabetes, kidney, and liver diseases
→ 10% higher risk of fatal cancers
→ 20% higher risk of respiratory system-related diseases
→ 37% higher risk of asthma

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Ever noticed how you’re busy throughout the entire day and you spend your free time scrolling the news/social media but not paying attention to your health and fitness levels?

Health is something most people take for granted when they still have it and only realize the dire consequences when they’re sick. But most people are mindful about the benefits of exercising, only they keep making excuses to delay it.


We are gifted with bodies that allow us to exercise and reach our goals, but we keep thinking it isn’t important enough or it can be delayed until another day, and ultimately not starting on it.

Not everyone is privileged enough to be gifted with health and we should never take that blessing lightly. Everyone has their own beliefs on what is important, be it time or money, but once you lose your health, it’s not easy to get it back anymore. Take time to sit down and ask yourself, what really matters to you? If there is a chance that you can gain your health and earn a passive income at the same time, would you like to take it?

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