I have not been officially diagnose with diabetes but my doctor said that I am border line. Well I checked my sugar, and it was 152, should I be concern even though I am not on any medication. What should I do?
When your blood sugar is on border line, then it is always good to control your blood sugar level at that stage itself with proper diet plan and with regular exercise. Have regular checkup to see your sugar level. You can even try for GlycaCare tablets containing herbal extracts and nutrients that would help you keep your sugar level in control.
I agree with @ajayram. Plus, you can opt for ayurvedic medicines. They don't have any side-effects. i'd say go for Prakruti JiyoFresh medicines. They are good and effective. Cetel PR Liquid can sort you out. Try it. Keep us posted for the updates
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