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Most people have "pre-diabetes" before they develop type 2 diabetes. This is characterized by blood glucose levels that are higher than normal, yet not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Pre-diabetes is defined by a fasting blood sugar of 100-125 mg/dl.

During this phase, it is possible to avoid progression to type 2 diabetes by making lifestyle changes including eating healthy, getting physical activity and managing your weight. Mid Dakota Clinic offers a Pre-Diabetes Class to give you the tools you need to control blood sugar before it becomes a serious medical problem.


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