Table 1—

Remaining lifetime risk of developing diabetes by baseline BMI and age

Baseline age (years)BMI group (kg/m2)Remaining lifetime risk
Non-HispanicHispanic
Total
WhiteBlack
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
18
<18.56.29.89.014.99.715.57.6 (0.2–25.9)12.2 (4.0–24.4)
18.5 to <2516.914.521.418.425.021.519.8 (16.1–23.8)17.1 (14.2–20.4)
25 to <3025.530.733.139.336.943.429.7 (25.9–33.7)35.4 (31.3–20.4)
30 to <3551.848.861.360.168.166.057.0 (51.4–62.6)54.6 (49.2–60.3)
35+66.169.372.979.881.186.070.3 (63.9–76.5)74.4 (69.1–79.3)
45
<18.56.09.19.214.19.314.06.9 (0.1–23.8)10.6 (3.1–22.2)
18.5 to <2515.913.220.716.723.318.917.7 (14.2–21.5)14.7 (12.1–17.7)
25 to <3023.727.531.735.633.838.026.2 (22.7–30.0)30.4 (26.5–34.7)
30 to <3547.542.259.253.462.956.450.9 (45.1–56.9)45.8 (40.3–51.7)
35+59.458.471.071.275.674.562.7 (55.2–69.8)62.2 (55.9–68.4)
65
<18.52.13.52.54.23.04.92.2 (0.0–8.7)3.7 (0.7–9.4)
18.5 to <2510.29.010.38.714.011.910.8 (8.2–13.7)9.3 (7.4–11.7)
25 to <3013.817.314.417.518.622.514.5 (11.7–17.6)18.0 (14.9–21.6)
30 to <3528.326.329.826.937.233.829.6 (23.8–36.1)27.3 (22.0–33.1)
35+33.234.935.235.743.644.334.7 (25.8–44.5)36.0 (27.8–45.0)
  • Data are percent or percent (95% Bayesian CI).