Normal Non Fasting Blood Sugar Non Diabetic

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What Is A Normal Blood Sugar Levels For Non-diabetic

Diabetes, often referred to as ‘Diabetes mellitus,’has become a worldwide epidemic, and for people predisposed to diabetes, it is very important to maintain normal blood sugar levels for non-diabetic individuals that are recommended by doctors.The main culprits for the increase in the prevalence of the disease are considered to be population growth, the increase in the proportion of people aged above 65 across global population, urbanization, the rise in obesity among people, and lifestyles that suppress physical activity among the urban populace. Since diabetes is largely a lifestyle-dependent disease, and long-standing diabetes may lead to several complications such as blindness, kidney failure, circulatory disorders and heart disease, the onus is on people to take steps to prevent the disease or to follow proper medical advice and make lifestyle changes if they’ve already been diagnosed with diabetes, and do not want the disease to progress. Types of Diabetes and their Major Causes Diabetes is mainly of 3 types, type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes, and with all 3 types of diabetes, the body is either not able to produce enough insulin or unable to use the insulin that Continue reading >>

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  1. tabby9146

    What are the normal numbers for a non-diabetic?

    We are supposed to be between 80-120 (that is what they told me in class 2/12 years ago) but what are the normal numbers for a non-diabetic? Like say fasting, when waking up in the morning, or two hours after meals? I sometimes test my hubby 2 hours after meals, and at times, his is higher than mine, mine is usually under 120 and his is higher. I wonder how I can tell if he has a problem, Of course, I'd know he did if it was 200 or more, but when it runs 130-150 2 hours after he has eaten, I wonder.

  2. Graylin Bee

    *ADA: "Post-prandial glucose measurements should be made 1–2 hours after the
    beginning of the meal, generally peak levels in patients with diabetes."
    ADA = American Diabetes Assn. Joslin = Joslin Diabetes Center AACE= American
    Association Of Clinical Endocrinologists Non-diabetic= ranges compiled from goals
    of all agencies.

  3. kdroberts

    Usually fasting and before meals would be around 70-85, possibly a touch higher. After meals would be about the same but it's possible to get a short spike up to 140. Most people will not spike that high and will stay under 100 pretty much 100% of the time.
    You can't really tell from a home meter but it would seem possible that your husband is pre-diabetic.

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