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We are experts in prediabetes care and diabetes prevention. The PreDiabetes Centers Personalized Treatment Program was developed by a clinical team with extensive experience in prediabetes and diabetes treatment, and is based on proven medical practices and evidence-based research.

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What We Do

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Our treatment methods employ a combination of advanced medicine, cutting-edge biomarker testing, dietary planning and integrative therapies to stop prediabetes in its tracks. With our innovative approach, we are able to halt the diabetes process and dramatically improve a client's health and well-being.

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How We Can Help You

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Prediabetes is a complex disease caused by many factors. When a person has prediabetes, there are negative processes occurring in the body that require targeted action. Our comprehensive, 12-month program addresses the underlying conditions contributing to prediabetes and stops the progression to diabetes.

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Tips for People with Diabetes (and Prediabetes)

Making little changes to your diet and daily habits can have lasting (life-changing!) health effects. Try one or all of these healthy tips today and see if you feel different after a week, month or even longer. When it comes to health, it’s never too late to reinvent yourself. Go vegan. A vegan diet–a diet…

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Drop That Diet Soda! Do Artificial Sweeteners Cause Diabetes?

Artificial sweeteners were invented more than a century ago as a cheaper sugar substitute, and, later, it was considered a smart solution for people could not eat sugar or who were looking to avoid blood sugar swings (diabetics). Ironically, researchers are reporting that artificial sweeteners may actually contribute to the development of diabetes in some…

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Stay Hydrated: Liven Up Your Water with Fruit & Herbs!

Drinking the recommended 8 glasses of water a day can be challenging. But make no mistake: Staying hydrated should be a top priority. You lose water every day when you breathe, sweat and go to the bathroom, so it makes sense that you must replenish your body with fluid. Drinking plenty of water can also…

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Don’t Work Overtime! Long Work Day Ups Diabetes Risk

If you’re thinking about clocking a few extra hours at work, you may want to think twice. It could raise your risk for diabetes. A new study published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology found that long working hours raises the risk of diabetes because it exacerbates its risk factors—stress, sleep disturbances, depression, and poor…

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