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ICAN. You are definitely in the right place. There is a great deal of information on diabetes and pre-diabetes. I would like to suggest you use the nutrition and physical trackers to see how you are progressing. You can put in how much weight and how much you want to lose and based on this you will get a recommendation on the amount of calories you should intake. My problem is I am Diabetes II and my concern is carbs. With the nutrition tracker you will have to make sure the carb recommendations are in the range you should be eating. It is also a good idea to visit a nutritionist for food recommendations and a physician to determine if you need to do anything else to avoid the onset of diabetes.
Those who make the worst use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness. --Jean de la Bruyere
I am pre-diabetic. I have seen the long term effects of diabetes on several family and friends. It is a silent disease that requires daily management. There is no such thing as a "little" diabetes.
I know with pre-diabetes I have the ability to change course and prevent Type 2 diabetes. Education is part of the key along with daily decisions.
I want to permanently reverse pre-diabetes and remove it as a health risk. I need the tools and resources to help me consistently make the right choices and stay on course.