According to the Diabetes Association, prediabetes can be treated and prevent progression to diabetes.
Regular exercise and a nutritious healthy diet not only help reduce the risk of developing diabetes, but also protect the heart against future diseases.
Adults should do moderate-intensity exercise (walking, cycling, dancing) for at least 150-300 minutes per week, muscle exercises such as lifting weights or push-ups at least twice a week.
Maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet of fruits and vegetables, reducing saturated fats, processed meats, moderate and reasonable intake of sugar contributes to repelling prediabetes.
People with prediabetes usually have elevated blood glucose levels between 110-125 mg/dL, may urinate frequently and have increased thirst.