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Normal Fasting Plasma Glucose Levels And Type 2 Diabetes In Young Men

The normal fasting plasma glucose level was recently defined as less than 100 mg per deciliter (5.55 mmol per liter). Whether higher fasting plasma glucose levels within this range independently predict type 2 diabetes in young adults is unclear. We obtained blood measurements, data from physical examinations, and medical and lifestyle information from men in the Israel Defense Forces who were 26 to 45 years of age. A total of 208 incident cases of type 2 diabetes occurred during 74,309 person-years of follow-up (from 1992 through 2004) among 13,163 subjects who had baseline fasting plasma glucose levels of less than 100 mg per deciliter. A multivariate model, adjusted for age, family history of diabetes, body-mass index, physical-activity level, smoking status, and serum triglyceride levels, revealed a progressively increased risk of type 2 diabetes in men with fasting plasma glucose levels of 87 mg per deciliter (4.83 mmol per liter) or more, as compared with those whose levels were in the bottom quintile (less than 81 mg per deciliter [4.5 mmol per liter], P for trend <0.001). In multivariate models, men with serum triglyceride levels of 150 mg per deciliter (1.69 mmol per liter Continue reading >>

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  1. anup

    No. Ideally FBS should be ~90's.
    Next time get your fasting insulin levels tested, if not injecting insulin.

  2. kbsingh1

    There are two labs I get my blood sugar tested from. Both show fasting sugar max 110. For diabetic 114 fasting sugar is not bad. But with little more exercise in morning (walking 30 minutes followed by running for 5 minutes) will bring your blood sugar to between 95 to 100.

  3. kbsingh1

    I mean 110 is max range for BS

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