Glucose Regulation Helps Prevent Diabetes Development

by Mark Benson on June 15, 2012

Prediabetics have hope

Individuals that have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes have a lower risk to develop the disease when their blood glucose levels are normalized in time. This study was conducted by the Colorado School of Public Health and University of Colorado School of Medicine and was published in the journal The Lancet.

According to Leigh Perreault MD, a researcher at the CU School of Medicine and the Colorado School of Public Health, “The importance of this analysis is clear. Physicians should seek to restore normal glucose regulation in their patients with pre-diabetes.” [click to continue…]


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