You scored 9 or higher.

Your score indicates that you are at high risk for prediabetes. Here’s what to do next. 


Decide to get your blood sugar tested.  

The best decision for people at high risk for prediabetes is to get a blood sugar test as soon as possible. A blood sugar test will show for sure if you have higher than normal levels of sugar (“glucose”) in your blood.  You also will be setting a good example for other people who may be at high risk for prediabetes.

Remember, prediabetes does not always lead to diabetes. You can keep prediabetes from becoming diabetes if you decide to act right away.  Once you’ve decided to get your blood sugar tested, take the next step …

Find out where to get tested.

If you have individual or group health insurance, Medicaid or Medicare, contact your health care provider.  If you have no insurance, find a Federally Qualified Health Center near you by clicking below on the county where you live.  Then follow the instructions for getting your blood sugar tested as soon as you can.  

Please share this information if you know anyone who is also thinking of getting a blood sugar test.

If a blood sugar test shows you do have prediabetes, make sure to do two more things.                                         

If you do have prediabetes, it can be reversed.  Research shows that doing just two things can help cut your risk of type 2 diabetes in half: lose 5% to 7% of your body weight, which would be 10 to 14 pounds for a 200-pound person; and get at least 150 minutes each week of physical activity, such as brisk walking. You can achieve these goals with the help of the CDC's National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP). For an in-person diabetes prevention class near you, contact the NDPP Coordinator for your county or choose a program from one of the cities listed here. Or, choose a class from over 100 NDPP online providers