If you are reading this book, odds are that you have concerns about the fact that you or a loved one has pre-diabetes.
Pre-diabetes often has no symptoms; therefore one may not realize he has the condition. Many of us know that we need to “do something” about our weight or lack of exercise, but until something goes wrong there seems no need for urgency. Once you have learned that you or a loved one has pre-diabetes, however, there is an urgency to take action.
Managing pre-diabetes means understanding what it is and what to do about it. The more you understand, the better you can take action to reverse it or minimize your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Luckily, by reading this book and putting some ideas into practice, you will have taken the first steps toward learning all you can about managing and reversing pre-diabetes.