By leading a healthy lifestyle, people with pre-diabetes could lower their risk of developing type 2 diabetes for a decade, according to a recent diabetes study.
Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University have shown that intensively adjusting lifestyle could lower type 2 diabetes risk by 58 per cent. By ‘lifestyle intervention’, the team refer to physical activity and modest weight loss .
Dr. Jill Crandall, an associate professor of clinical medicine at the university and lead researcher, reportedly commented: “The fact that we’ve continued to delay and possibly even prevent diabetes in people at very high risk for developing the disease is certainly a positive finding.”

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