Prediabetes vs. Diabetes

2015 Diabetes Risk Survey

Two Minutes Could Save Your Life.

Find out if you are at risk for diabetes.
This brief diabetes-risk quiz is FREE and answers are provided to you instantly.

All participants will receive their score via email.

  1. Diabetes is a prevalent condition in our society. Please check all of your relationship types that have been affected: (Required)

  2. Describe your energy level over the last few months: (Required)

  3. How old are you? (Required)

  4. Have you experienced a weight change in the past 5 years? (Required)

  5. Which of the following BEST describes your state of mind? (Required)

  6. Are you currently experiencing any of these symptoms? (Please check all that apply.) (Required)

  7. To date, what efforts have you made to learn about diabetes? (Required)

  8. How concerned are you? (Required)

  9. Which of the following BEST describes you? (Required)

  10. Select the location nearest you: (Required)


Here is what happens next:

  1. Assessment

    We'll send you your FREE Diabetes Risk Score via email for your review. Please enter a valid email address or we won't be able to get your results to you.

    NOTE: All Fields Required.

    First Name:

    Last Name:

    Email Address:


  2. Analyze

    If you have an elevated risk profile, PreDiabetes Centers will offer you a free, comprehensive prediabetes test. It's easy! Blood is collected at our Center by a phlebotomist. There is no cost to you whatsoever.

  3. Act

    If your score is elevated, PreDiabetes Centers can offer you a personalized program designed to help you avoid or delay the onset of diabetes.

Understanding How Prediabetes Develops into Diabetes

difference-between-prediabetes-and-diabetesType 2 diabetes doesn’t happen overnight. About 79 million Americans are slowly developing the disease, and most are unaware of the symptoms until it’s too late.

Prediabetes, sometimes referred to as impaired glucose tolerance (ICG) or impaired fasting glucose (IFG), is an unhealthy bodily state that comes before diabetes. More than 10% of people with prediabetes become diabetic within three years, and the rest will likely become diabetic after ten years – unless they take control of their health.

This doesn’t mean that people with prediabetes are safe. Excess blood sugar and insulin resistance in prediabetics causes damage to the heart and circulatory system. People with prediabetes may also suffer from symptoms of fully developed diabetes.

Remember, prediabetes doesn’t always become diabetes. Making healthy decisions can reverse the process. People who are overweight should be tested, especially if they have additional risk factors like high blood pressure, high triglycerides or a family history of diabetes.


To find out more about the symptoms of diabetes, take our free risk survey.
It might just save your life.