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How to Prevent Diabetes, Tell Me Please

How to prevent diabetes? This has been established time and time again. So not only has it been proven, but also it is promising and significant. Researches reveal that people who are at high risk for diabetes can delay or even prevent the start of the disease. How is it done? Relax. We will show you in a while.

First things first. Let’s find out if you’re at risk for diabetes. There are many factors that raise your risk, so here’s a check list to determine if you’re in this situation. Then we can find out how to prevent diabetes. Check the statements that apply to you.

Risk Checklist

1. Does your weight in the Risk Weight Chart show you’re at risk? Risk Weight Chart is shown below.

2. Are you 45 years old and over?

3. Do you have a parent or a sibling with diabetes?

4. Did you have diabetes when you were pregnant or did you give birth to a baby weighing 9 pounds or more?

5. Are you Asian American, Pacific Islander, African American, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian?

6. Is your blood pressure 140/90 or higher?

7. Have you been told that your cholesterol level is high?

8. Have you been told your glucose levels are higher than normal?

9. Are you inactive or are you active less than three times a week?


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10. Have you been told you have blood vessel problems that have an effect on your heart, brain or legs?

11. Have you been told you have polycystic ovary syndrome?

12. Does the skin around your neck or in your armpits appear dirty no matter how you clean them?

If you can’t answer some of the aforementioned questions, ask your doctor next time you have a check-up. It will be important to know so we can be guided accordingly with regards to how to prevent diabetes.



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Here are the weight charts to show if you are at increased risk for diabetes.

If you’re not Asian American or Pacific Islander/At risk BMI>or equals 25
HeightWeight
4‘10“119
4‘11“124
5‘0“128
5‘1“132
5‘2“136
5‘3“141
5‘4“145
5‘5“150
5‘6“155
5‘7“159
5‘8“164
5‘9“169
5‘10“174
5‘11“179
6‘0“184
6‘1“189
6‘2“194
6‘3“200
6‘4“205
If you're Asian Americanr/At risk BMI>or equals 23
HeightWeight
4‘10“110
4‘11“114
5‘0“118
5‘1“122
5‘2“126
5‘3“130
5‘4“134
5‘5“138
5‘6“142
5‘7“146
5‘8“151
5‘9“155
5‘10“160
5‘11“165
6‘0“169
6‘1“174
6‘2“179
6‘3“184
6‘4“189

If you’re Pacific Islander/At risk BMI>or equals 26
HeightWeight
4‘10“124
4‘11“128
5‘0“133
5‘1“137
5‘2“142
5‘3“146
5‘4“151
5‘5“156
5‘6“161
5‘7“166
5‘8“171
5‘9“176
5‘10“181
5‘11“186
6‘0“191
6‘1“197
6‘2“202
6‘3“208
6‘4“213


What’s the next thing to do to find out how to prevent diabetes? Once you’ve checked the items pertaining to you in the Risk Check List and determine your risk from the Weight Chart, you can consult with your health care team if you need to be tested for diabetes. Here are the guidelines:

  • If you’re 45 or older and you have checked some items in the Risk Check List and your weight shows you’re at risk, consider testing for pre-diabetes and diabetes.
  • If you’re 45 or older and you have no at risk factors to write home about, then ask your health care team about your risk for pre-diabetes and diabetes and whether you should get tested.
  • If you’re between 20 and 44 years old and you have checked some items in the Risk Check List and your weight shows you’re at risk, ask your health care team about your risk for pre-diabetes and diabetes and whether you should get tested. Once these three things are determined, we can find out how to prevent diabetes.

This should be done every three years or more as needed.

Having done all the above, now we can turn to the business of how to prevent diabetes or delay its onset. There are only two things you have to do so you see this is a very doable thing to do:

  • Eat an assortment of foods that are low in fat and decrease the quantity of calories you eat daily.
  • Engage in an exercise of moderate intensity for 30 minutes a day, five days a week.

Here's another thing we can do to prevent diabetes from coming or staying. Since the researchers at Ohio State University Medical Center have found a strong link between diabetes, diet, and air pollution, we need to see what we can do about the last one.

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Newsalert!

Here's a confirmation on how to prevent diabetes. They've been saying all along that one way to prevent diabetes is to eat whole grain foods. Now a review has proven that a diet rich in unrefined grains results in the reduction of the risk to develop diabetes although the authors said there is a need for more research to confirm this finding.

A university in Netherlands reviewed twelve studies that examined the connection between consumption of whole grain foods and the development of type 2 diabetes. They said there is a connection but that the evidence is weak. Why?

Only one study they reviewed was a randomized controlled research while the others were prospective researches. It was a surprise that there was only one controlled study in existence for this would have given a more definitive answer. Hopefully this will alert the scientists to conduct controlled studies on this issue.



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