As the body gains muscle mass from physical activities, it becomes more efficient at using glucose for energy, keeping the blood glucose concentrations under control.
Proteins are usually too big to pass through the filters in the kidneys. When proteins are found in urine, this may indicate problems with the kidneys.
In fact, hypertension is the second leading cause of kidney failure after diabetes. Knowing the risk factors and managing your blood pressure are some of the initial steps to protecting your kidneys.
Taking steps now to manage your body weight and diet can prevent prediabetes from worsening into a Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis.
A common complication of diabetes is retinopathy. If left untreated, retinopathy can lead to visual impairments and blindness