Recent research shows that some long-term damage to the body may already have occurred when pre-diabetes is discovered. According to the Center for Disease Control, an estimated 41 million adults, ages 40 to 74, have pre-diabetes.
Pre-diabetes does not have to become Type 2 diabetes. With healthy lifestyle changes, blood sugars can return to normal levels. A free pre-diabetes class is offered that addresses how to delay or prevent Type 2 diabetes. The class schedule alternates between afternoons and evenings. Call (765) 646-8178.
An outpatient education class is available with daytime and evening sessions offered. A physician referral is needed. Call (765) 646-8178.