Nutrition- Nutrition Prevention & Treatment Quiz

an individual with a fasting plasma glucose level of 150 mg/del and oral glucose tolerance test value of 250 mg/dl would have

diabetes

an individual with a fasting plasma glucose level of 100 mg/dl and oral glucose tolerance test value of 150 mg/dl would have

prediabetes

in 2017, the number of people 20-79years of age worldwide experiencing diabetes was estimated to be

425 million

Reactive hypoglycemia is the result of

too much insulin in response to a meal.

Insulin resistance is typical of

prediabetes, gestational diabetes, and type 2 diabetes

Prediabetes

can be reversed by early lifestyle intervention

Which of NOT true about gestational diabetes

it increases the mother's future with type 1 diabetes

Which of the following is common to gestational, type one, and type two diabetes

elevated blood glucose

which is most likely responsible for the recent increase in type 2 diabetes in the population?

an increase in prevalence of obesity

Which changes in the urine are possible signs of diabetes?

increased glucose content in the urine and increased volume