We learned yesterday that celebrity chef Paula Deen has type two diabetes. A new study projects that in the next eight years, 77-percent of men and more than half of women will have diabetes or *pre* diabetes. There are some important warning signs, that could help you change your future. The popping sound that comes with checking your blood sugar is all too familiar to Chef Tom Haynes. "My diabetes was out of control. I had to stab myself 13 times a day with insulin," said Tom. Pre-diabetes is when your blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but not high enough for a diabetes diagnosis. Here are some red flags you can watch out for years before type two takes hold. Number one, feeling beat when you eat! If you're often drowsy after dining, it could mean your diet is too high in simple carbs....like sugar and sweet drinks.