One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or having prediabetes.‘he dropped 30lbs after giving up sugar and starch when he was diagnosed as prediabetic’‘a further 57 million people are considered to be in a prediabetic state’
- ‘There's no getting around the fact that we are a prediabetic society with an obesity epidemic.’
- ‘His blood-sugar reading was just below the prediabetic range.’
- ‘Borderline obese and prediabetic, he realized he had to restore his health and reel in his waistline.’
- ‘Two years later, he had lost 50 pounds and was no longer prediabetic.’
- ‘She used to be prediabetic and suffered from thyroid issues.’
A person who has prediabetes.‘between five and ten per cent of prediabetics transition to diabetes each year’
- ‘Weight was marginally higher in prediabetics, but body condition did not indicate obesity.’
- ‘Prediabetics almost always develop diabetes, and this showed that surgical treatment could put them on a new pathway away from the disease.’
- ‘Once a person is labeled as a prediabetic, an intervention plan needs to be put in place to prevent the patient from developing diabetes.’
- ‘A review of the best studies done to date found that the intake of cinnamon by type 2 diabetics or prediabetics does lower their blood glucose significantly.’
- ‘There are 25 million diagnosed diabetics in the U.S. alone and over 50 million prediabetics.’
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