Borderline diabetes, also known as prediabetes, is when a person is at risk for diabetes, explains WebMD. The blood sugar level for borderline diabetes is higher than acceptable levels, but is not yet in diabetes range. ... More »

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Borderline diabetes usually does not have symptoms, states Mayo Clinic; however, darkened skin on some parts of the body can indicate the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Signs that show a person has advanced to Type ... More »

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Acanthosis nigricans is the primary symptom of borderline diabetes, a condition characterized by darkened skin on body parts such as the neck, knees, knuckles and armpits. Others symptoms include frequent urination, fati... More »

Borderline diabetes usually does not have symptoms, states Mayo Clinic; however, darkened skin on some parts of the body can indicate the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Signs that show a person has advanced to Type ... More »

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Borderline personality disorder has a range of symptoms that include impulsive behavior with harmful consequences, mood swings and feelings of low self-esteem, according to WebMD. This mental illness can sometimes have a... More »

WebMD states that patients with borderlines diabetes or prediabetes should avoid high-calories foods such as soda, junk food and desserts to help reduce high glucose levels. Prediabetes patients should eat a well-rounded... More »

A diet plan can help reverse prediabetes, according to WebMD. Three servings of non-starchy vegetables a day, foods high in fiber, one to three servings of fruits a day, and substituting whole grain foods for processed c... More »

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