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A Simple Blood Sugar Level Guide - Charts, Measurements, Levels And Management

What do you know about blood sugar levels? Depending on your experience, you may associate them with kids who have had way too much candy and are frantically running around the house. Or, if you suffer from diabetes, you probably think of regularly jabbing yourself with a needle to make sure you don’t need to immediately consume a candy bar. It can be a confusing topic if you don’t know the terms or what normal levels look like. That’s where we come in. In this article, we’re going to give you the what and why of blood sugar. We’re going to dive into what causes blood sugar levels to get high or low, and what what a normal blood sugar level should look like. Consider this a layman’s guide. It won’t give you every detail (you really should talk to your doctor), but it will guide you through the major points and help you understand what to keep an eye on. Let’s get started. What’s The Difference Between Sugar and Glucose? What comes to mind when you think of sugar? Probably the white granular stuff that you would secretly eat when you were a kid, right? But it’s actually more complicated than that. Sugar is the general name given to sweet carbohydrates that dissol Continue reading >>

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  1. Barbara C Hansen

    I am looking to compare normal fasting glucose in NHPs to humans but can not find "normal" glucose data on humans. (Not the upper limit of normal, but what is truly normal--mean range and sd.) Does anyone know of such published data? How is normal defined? Thanks for any help you may give to my review of this for primates.
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  3. Andrew Molloy

    A normal fasting blood glucose target range for an individual without diabetes is 70-100 mg/dL (3.9-5.6 mmol/L).

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http://control-blood-sugar.good-info.co Blood Glucose Levels, Low Blood Sugar Causes, Normal Iron Levels In Blood, High Sugar Symptoms. Sustained high blood glucose following meals is an important feature of insulin resistance. Reducing these post-meal spikes is important for reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and its associated complications. If our bodies were perfect, we would be completely insulin insensitive. Just a small amount of insulin would be needed to move all of our glucose to muscle cells for storage, instead of converting into fat. But thats not reality, and thats why we must shock our body with low volume training to restore its natural blood sugar levels. Here are just some of the of low volume training: Improved brain function More energy available for use Improved mood and self-esteem More fat and calories getting burned Helps combat Alzheimers,Dementia, and other brain diseases If you or a loved one is suffering from high or uncontrollable blood sugar, than you MUST watch this link click here. http://control-blood-sugar.good-info.co Subscribe to our channel Blood Glucose Levels, Low Blood Sugar Causes, Normal Iron Levels In Blood, High Sugar Symptoms https://youtu.be/kTwbn6dRnNk

Blood Sugar Levels Chart For Adults With Diabetes

Your diabetes care team will set individual blood sugar targets, but as a general guide, the NHS recommends: Note the date, time, results, and any recent activities: Medication and dosage taken What you ate How much and what kind of exercise you were doing That will help you and your doctor see how your treatment is working. Well-managed diabetes can delay or prevent complications that could affect your eyes, kidneys and nerves. Diabetes doubles your risk of heart disease and stroke, too. Fortunately, controlling your blood sugar will also make these problems less likely. Tight blood sugar control, however, means a greater chance of low blood sugar levels, so your doctor may suggest different targets. Continue reading >>

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  1. jendean00

    Ok, I took my 3 hour test this morning. My nurse just called with my results but said the lab called to late for my doctor to hear but they would call me on Monday to determine whether to send me to diabetic counseling or not. Here is the dilemma. I passed the fasting and I passed hour 1 and hour 3 but failed hour 2...how is that possible? Have any of you heard of this craziness before?

  2. myhusband2catsandbaby

    Hi Jen-I had my three hour today and was told I would get my results on Monday as well. My Dr. told me that a diabetes diagnosis is made when you fail two out of the four. So according to what my Dr. told me it sounds like you pa__sed. Maybe you're borderline???? Good luck.

  3. DownbutnotOUT

    I would wait to talk to the dr your 1 and 3 hour could have been borderline or a barely pa__s well you failed the 2. i would wait to talk to my dr and think about the + side if you have gestational diabetes they would have gotten back to you ASAP that stuf fis pretty important and needs to be addressed immediatly. your probably ok or a borderline, you have more guts than me I keep putting off my 3hr because im afraid and i cant find the time ( I know p__s poor excuse) but its true). try to enjoy your weekend jeandean n_n

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Diabetes Blood Sugar Levels Chart [printable]

JUMP TO: Intro | Blood sugar vs blood glucose | Diagnostic levels | Blood sugar goals for people with type 2 diabetes | Visual chart | Commonly asked questions about blood sugar Before Getting Started I was talking to one of my clients recently about the importance of getting blood sugar levels under control. So before sharing the diabetes blood sugar levels chart, I want to OVER EMPHASIZE the importance of you gaining the best control of your blood sugar levels as you possibly can. Just taking medication and doing nothing else is really not enough. You see, I just don’t think many people are fully informed about why it is so crucial to do, because if you already have a diabetes diagnosis then you are already at high risk for heart disease and other vascular problems. Maybe you've been better informed by your doctor but many people I come across haven't. So if that's you, it's important to know that during your pre-diabetic period, there is a lot of damage that is already done to the vascular system. This occurs due to the higher-than-normal blood sugar, that's what causes the damage. So now that you have type 2 diabetes, you want to prevent any of the nasty complications by gain Continue reading >>

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  1. EPhantom

    Still trying to figure out if non diabetics get spikes after eating and how high they can get... I would assume anyone can get a spike if they eat too many carbs too quickly for their cells to be able to react to... I have found people supporting both sides, but not much from the scientific community... would love to see continuous monitors on tons of people that have passed a morning and OGTT... but I found someone on another forum saying this about the subject... which really confuses me O_O It makes me think the person had a spike before the one hour mark and shot down before they were measured.
    "Sorry, a bit of thread hi-hacking I am a non-diabetic, bmi18-19, active female. My Fasting tests are around 70-80, so normal. OGTT, even with 75g of glucose only took me to a high of 115mg/dl, no spike or reactive hypo. But food gives me spikes from 175mg/dl for just 1 green banana, 210 mg/dl for 2 small slices of toast and butter, and up in the 230 mg/dl if I dare to have a pudding, even without the main course first ! First, is this normal? Second, why do these foods cause these spikes when 75g of pure glucose causes no rise at all, after all banana is only around 20-30g of carb, 2 slices of toast about the same."
    I'm going to keep searching for something, anything showing what actually happens point for point after a "normal" person eats... whatever "normal" is... :/
    http://www.myfitnesspal.com/topics/...-with-a-reading-of-234-half-hour-after-eating
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  2. EPhantom

    http://www.jhsph.edu/news/news-releases/2005/selvin-bloodsugar.html
    Johns Hopkins hospital talking about the effects of high blood sugar in diabetics and non-diabetics... Why would they say that if "normal" people can't get spikes or go above the "120" normal...
    "The researchers found that Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c)—a measure of long-term blood glucose level—predicts heart disease risk in both diabetics and non-diabetics. An elevated blood glucose level is the defining feature of diabetes, but until now it was unclear whether elevated glucose levels contributed independently to increasing heart-disease risk."

  3. jack412

    this should be close enough
    http://www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/14045524.php
    Here are what doctors currently believe to be non-diabetic readings:
    Fasting blood sugarunder 100 mg/dl (5.5 mmol/L)
    One hour after meals under 140 mg/dl (7.8 mmol/L)
    Two hours after meals under 120 mg/dl (6.6 mmol/L)
    If you can do better than this, go for it. At a minimum, The American College of Clinical Endocrinologists recommends that people with diabetes keep their blood sugars under 140 mg/dl (7.8 mmol/L) two hours after eating.

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