TYPE II DIABETES RISK ASSESSMENT

TYPE II DIABETES RISK ASSESSMENT
Results & Recommendations

The results and recommendations will depend on an individual score.

Your risk of days developing diabetes within 10 years is……..

Score 7 and below: Your risk for getting diabetes is Low. It is estimated than 1 in 100 will develop diabetes. However, this can change depending on with your lifestyle. Interested to know how you can remain free from diabetes for life?      Register Now

Score 7 – 11.    You cannot afford to be in this group because your risk of getting diabetes is Slightly Elevated. It is estimated that 1 in 25 people will develop diabetes. You can avoid diabetes. Learn how you can reduce your risk and how you can be free from diabetes.     Register now

Score 12- 14. You cannot afford to be in this group because your risk of developing diabetes is  It is estimated that 1 in 6 will develop diabetes.  You can avoid diabetes. Learn how you can reduce your risk and how you can be free from diabetes.    Register now...

Score 15 – 20. Caution You cannot afford to be in this group because your risk of developing diabetes is High. It is estimated 1 in 3 will develop diabetes. The action is imperative! Learn how you can change this trend. Register now.

Higher than 20. Dangerous  You cannot afford to be in this group because your risk for developing diabetes is  Very high. It is estimated that 1 in 2 will develop diabetes. The action is imperative! Take action immediately.  Register now.

1.1. Gender
2.Age What is your age?
3.Body mass index (BMI)
4.Waist circumference (usually at the level of the navel)
5.Daily physical activity — Do you have a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity each day?
6.Intake of fruits and vegetables — How often do you take fruits and vegetables?
7.High blood pressure—- Have ever taken anti hypertensive medication regularly?
8.8. High blood sugar– Have you ever been found to have high blood sugar ( e.g. during a health examination, during pregnancy or illness)
9.Family—- Have any of your immediate family members or other relatives been diagnosed with diabetes ( type II or type I)

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