Pre-Diabetes Risk Quiz

How Old Are You?
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Are you a Man or Woman?
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Have you ever been diagnosed with just stage one diabetest?
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What is your height and weight?
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Please specify your ethnicity/race.
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Do you have a mother, father, sister, or brother with diabetes?
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Have you ever been diagnosed with high blood pressure?
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Are you physically active?
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Do you have any of these health conditions?
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In the last year, has a healthcare proffesional told you that you're at risk for diabetes based on a blood test?
With prediabetes, a blood test shows that a person's blood sugar level is higher than normal, but not as high as in diabetes.
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Based on your results, you are at a low risk for diabetes, but to reduce your risk even further you can sign up for Fruit Street’s weight loss program. Enjoy weekly video conferencing with a registered dietitian, a wireless scale to track weight loss progress, a Fitbit to monitor physical activity, and a mobile app where you can take photos of your food & receive feedback from your dietitian.

The diabetes prevention program is designed to help prevent type 2 diabetes. If you already have type 1 or type 2 diabetes or end stage renal disease, then you are ineligible to participate in the diabetes prevention program. However, if you are still interested in working with a dietitian please to improve your diet and lifestyle, you may still sign up.

Based on your results, you are likely to have prediabetes. Sign up for the Center for Disease Control & Prevention’s diabetes prevention program delivered by Fruit Street to lose 5-7% of your weight in one year and reverse prediabetes. Enjoy weekly video conferencing with a registered dietitian, a wireless scale to track weight loss progress, a Fitbit to monitor physical activity, and a mobile app where you can take photos of your food & receive feedback from your dietitian.