What are the early screening steps one can take to protect against diabetes?[hr height=”30″ style=”default” line=”default” themecolor=”1″]
Assessment of risk factors is a key first step. A number of blood tests (Fasting Glucose, Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT), Random Glucose, etc)are available which have to be performed routinely to keep a check on blood sugar levels. Some people are more prone to diabetes than others due to their genetics. These people tend to have a family history of diabetes. If both parents are diabetic, then the risk is higher as compared with one parent being diabetic.
A simple and economical, saliva-based genetic tests can be utilized to indicate whether one is carrying genes known to increase diabetes risk. Such individuals can avoid becoming diabetics by adopting the 10 tips outlined above.
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