Impaired Glucose Tolerance

Impaired glucose tolerance, also known as ‘pre-diabetes’ occurs when the body’s insulin does not work effectively. This results in your body’s blood glucose levels increasing above normal, however not high enough to diagnose Type II Diabetes. Impaired glucose tolerance can be related to fat central body fat. A dietitian can assist you to improve your nutrition and eating behaviours to promote weight loss and weight maintenance long term.

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