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Blood Glucose

Blood glucose refers to the glucose content in the blood. The total amount of calories required for cells activity in vivo is mostly derived from blood glucose, in this regard, blood glucose must be kept to a certain level to maintain the needs of various organs and tissues.

Knowing your blood sugar level means understanding the key parts of the diabetes, and understanding the difference between high blood sugar and low blood sugar.

Normal Blood Glucose Levels

Fasting Blood Glucose (not to eat food for eight hours):

70 mg/dL(3.9 mmol/L) < Blood Glucose < 100 mg/dL (5.6 mmol/L)

2 hours after eating:

Target Blood Glucose Range

For young adult with diabetes, you will try your best to keep your blood glucose in goal blood glucose range.

Most diabetic patients:

Type 1 Diabetes in Youth (over age of 18)

Gestational diabetes:

Type 1 or type 2 diabetes in women who become pregnant:

See also:
item How to Test Blood Glucose at Home
item Condition Monitoring of Diabete
item How often should blood glucose be measured?
item Different meanings in seven different time frames for blood glucose monitoring
item Monitoring of Five Items of Diabetes

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