Take This Free Online Assessment to Know Your Risk of Pre-Diabetes

If caught early, it can be reversed, but left unchecked, it could wreck havoc on your health. 

1 in 3 adults has pre-diabetes.  The majority of these don’t know they have it because symptoms can be hard to detect.  It’s important to get tested because in many cases,  it can be reversed.   We also need to know because it can put us at risk of heart disease, stroke, nerve damage, skin conditions, kidney disease and vision problems. The American Diabetes Association advises testing at age 45. younger if you have family history.   The American Diabetes Association offers a quiz you can take to get a sense of your risk at: diabetes.org/risk-test.