Quick question, I have blood work done every 6 months to keep an eye on my liver function due to some meds I take. I always have my lipid profile and fasting glucose done at the same time. My fasting glucose levels the past three tests have been 100 (9/2007), 90 (4/2008) and 101 last month. I know these are higher than the recommended number of less than 100, what kind of risk am I in for developing diabetes?
About me, 50 year old male, controlled BP, good cholesterol numbers (TC 179, LDL 77 & HDL 43) and 50 pounds over weight (down 60 pounds in 18 months) exercise 45 - 60 minutes EVERY day on a treadmill at 80 - 85% of my max heart rate since Jan 1st, 2007, yes it was a New Year's resolution that actually stuck!
Thanks in advance!