Understanding Optimum and Normal A1C Levels

2015 Diabetes Risk Survey

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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)

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  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.

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  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.

Understand Normal, “Trending,” Prediabetes and Diabetes Levels

Hemoglobin A1c Understanding hemoglobin A1c levels plays an important part in monitoring the development of diabetes. As the amount of sugar in your blood levels rises, the presence of A1c will also rise.

The amount of hemoglobin A1C levels in your body reflects the last several weeks of blood sugar levels.

This type of sustained glucose testing gives a longer term view of your body’s insulin resistance levels and its ability to process glucose. These are key indicators that you are on the road to prediabetes or diabetes.

    • A1c levels of 5.6% and lower are in the healthy range. But the closer to 5.6% you are, the more you are trending toward prediabetes.
    • A1c levels that range between 5.7% and 6.4% fall in the prediabetic range.
    • A1c levels of 6.5% and higher indicate diabetes.

If testing reveals your hemoglobin A1C levels are high, there are proactive steps you can take to reduce your A1C numbers and possibly reverse the diabetes process.

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