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Diabetes Risk Calculator

Our 60-Second Diabetes Risk Test
A family history of diabetes could contribute to your risk for type 2 diabetes.
Having high blood pressure contributes to your overall risk for type 2 diabetes.
You are at a higher risk for type 2 diabetes the older you are.
Being inactive can increase your risk for type 2 diabetes.
Men are more likely than women to have undiagnosed diabetes; one reason may be that they are less likely to see their doctor regularly.
The combination of your weight and height lets us know your Body Mass Index or BMI. People with higher BMIs are at a higher risk.
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(LOW RISK FOR PREDIABETES)

Currently, your likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes is minimal. Nonetheless, this risk is subject to change as time progresses. It is recommended that you maintain a schedule of routine appointments with your healthcare provider and proactively adopt health-conscious measures to deter or postpone the onset of diabetes.

(HIGH RISK FOR PREDIABETES)

Your risk for having type 2 diabetes is high. Take proactive charge of your well-being with our Diabetes Reversal Plan. Designed to address type 2 diabetes risks, this comprehensive program offers personalized guidance, expert insights, and a roadmap to better health. Don't wait—invest in your future today and pave the way for a diabetes-free life.

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