Ghouini Ahmed Faculty of Medicine of Blida-University of Blida Algeria
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The T2D is by far the most common form of diabetes in the world. The development of diabetes is usually characterized by frequent and disabling complications. Pre-diabetes is the bed of type 2 diabetes (T2D). T2D often associates insulin resistance and insulinopenia. Insulin resistance which is associated at intolerance of glucose is the main characteristic of pre-diabetes. On the basis of these data, we wanted to study the metabolic characteristics of carbohydrate intolerant subjects to assess the risk of type 2 diabetes. The results of our study shows that all elements of the carbohydrate balance are in favor of an alteration of glycoregulation. Pre-diabetes therefore constitutes a risky metabolic profile and it is imperative to have an effective strategy to prevent or delay the transition from pre-diabetes to diabetes.