Blood Sugar, Fasting, 118, Post Prandial 146

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The fasting blood sugar test (fbs) is commonly used to detect the existence of diabetes. in order to prepare for a fasting blood sugar test, one must refrain from eating or drinking from eight to twelve hours before the test, depending upon the doctor’s instructions.. Normal blood sugars after meals (or post-prandial blood sugar) the chart below compares post-meal blood sugars in a typical person with diabetes and someone without diabetes. most diabetes organizations recommend keeping your post-meal rise below 180 mg/dl or 10 mmol.. Best answer: a non-diabetic’s post-prandial (after meal) glucose may reach 146 mg/dl or 8.1 mmol/l. a non-diabetic’s fasting glucose is typically 70 to 100 mg/dl or 3.9 to 5.6 mmol/l and a non-diabetic’s post-prandial glucose typically does not exceed 140 mg/dl or 7.8 mmol/l..

Therefore, according to the chart above, if the 146 mg/dl blood sugar level was from a fasting glucose test, then it may indicate diabetes. random glucose test below 125 mg/dl = normal 126 – 199 mg/dl = prediabetes 200 and above = diabetes if the test result of a 146 mg/dl blood sugar level was from a random glucose test, then the result would indicate it to be in the prediabetes range.. 254 responses to “what is normal blood sugar?” bj. november 20, 2011 at 5:05 am is very low, like 90/55). then, my sugar readings were: 116 before eating, then 1h after eating and 2h after eating is 146. would i be considered a pre-diabetic? most of standards state fasting & post prandial for non diabetic people to be upto 100 & 140. By 3 hours post prandial, i expect my blood sugar to be back to near fasting. my meals should never raise my blood sugar over 100-1005; i prefer to see glucose less than 100 2 hours after eating. my last a1c was 5.7, but i know that the next one will be even lower..

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Blood sugar chart shows the fasting and post prandial values for a normal person, for a person with early and established diabetes. this calculator helps in finding out the chances of having diabetes.. ( click here for a blood sugar chart.) for someone without diabetes, a fasting blood sugar on awakening should be under 100 mg/dl. before-meal normal sugars are 70–99 mg/dl. “postprandial” sugars taken two hours after meals should be less than 140 mg/dl. those are the normal numbers for someone without diabetes..

( click here for a blood sugar chart.) for someone without diabetes, a fasting blood sugar on awakening should be under 100 mg/dl. before-meal normal sugars are 70–99 mg/dl. “postprandial” sugars taken two hours after meals should be less than 140 mg/dl. those are the normal numbers for someone without diabetes.. Normal blood sugars after meals (or post-prandial blood sugar) the chart below compares post-meal blood sugars in a typical person with diabetes and someone without diabetes. most diabetes organizations recommend keeping your post-meal rise below 180 mg/dl or 10 mmol.. By 3 hours post prandial, i expect my blood sugar to be back to near fasting. my meals should never raise my blood sugar over 100-1005; i prefer to see glucose less than 100 2 hours after eating. my last a1c was 5.7, but i know that the next one will be even lower..