Prediabetes can progress to Type II Diabetes but it is not a given particularly if you can lose a small amount of weight. A Harvard Medical Assistant Professor, Rhonda Bentley-Lewis recently said, “. “I stress to my patients that we’re not talking about a huge amount of weight,” she said, “just 5 to 7 percent of one’s body weight” — or 10 to 14 pounds for someone who weighs 200 pounds.

Doctors often treat prediabetes with medication. Many patients choose to try weight loss and exercise first. Among thousands of people with prediabetes who participated in a national study called the Diabetes Prevention Program, those who received counseling about lifestyle changes, like losing a modest amount of weight, stepping up physical activity and reducing the amount of fat and calories in their diets, were able to reduce their risk of developing diabetes by 58 percent.

My advice:
1) Eliminate sugar. If you must use something use Stevia.
2) Increase water intake.
3) Increase your physical activity
4) Reduce your portion sizes or limit yourself to one bowl, plate, No refills.
5) Reduce the size of your plate.
6) Monitor your blood sugar levels, 2 hours after each meal. Make adjustments to keep your blood sugar at 100 or below.