Our research concerns people who are overweight and have prediabetes. In previous studies, investigators found that food order during a meal had a positive effect on the ways bodies responded to food. When people ate vegetables and protein before eating carbohydrates, blood sugar and insulin (hormone that regulates blood sugar level) levels were lower than when they ate carbohydrates first. As was also the case when eating vegetable first, followed by protein and carbohydrates together. The purpose of this study is to assess what happens to blood sugar levels when practicing a carbohydrate-last meal order, along with standard nutrition counseling in subjects with prediabetes. Investigators are also looking to see if eating this way is a realistic possibility for people in an everyday setting.