To take a fasting blood sugar do it first thing in the morning, or at least six to eight hours after the last meal.
If your fasting blood sugar level between 70 to 108 mg/dL is normal.
A fasting blood sugar level from 110 to 125 mg/dL is considered prediabetes.
If it’s 126 mg/dL or higher on two separate tests, you probably have diabetes.
Blood sugar level 2 hours after you eat a meal 135 to 140 mg/dl is normal
Between 140 and 199 mg/dl is considered to be prediabetes, and
200 mg/dl or higher can indicate diabetes.
Before Bed, it should be less than 120 mg/dl for normal range
|Blood Sugar Levels||Indication|
|Less than 70 mg/dL||Low fasting blood sugar|
|70 to 108 mg/dL||Normal fasting blood sugar for adults|
|110 to 125 mg||Impaired fasting glucose (pre-diabetes)|
|126 mg/dL and above in more than one test result||Diabetes|
|Less than 70 mg/dL||Hypoglycemia (Initial Stage)|
|50 mg/dL||Hypoglycemia (Fasting)|
|less than 50 mg/dL||Insulin Shock|
|More than 200 mg/dL Post-meal||Value suggesting established diabetes|
|What Can You Do?||How?|
|Healthy Diet With HFLC & IF||Lose about 7% of body Weight|
|Exercise||Move at least 150 minutes a week|
If you have prediabetes, healthy lifestyle choices can help you bring your blood sugar level back to normal or at least keep it from rising toward the levels seen in type 2 diabetes.
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