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Friday, February 4, 2011

Are You at Risk for Diabetes? Discover More About Normal Blood Glucose Ranges

By Eva Verda

We all have glucose in our bloodstream. Proper amounts of glucose (sugar) is essential for overall good health. They keep us healthy, fit and also assist in us living well-balanced life.

But what does it mean: "normal" levels? The blood sugar ranges have been frequently revised over the past several decades.

Generally, normal blood glucose level depends on when the test was taken, and should stay in the range of 70 to 140 mg/dL, when blood sugar is measured randomly at any time of the day. Testing for fasting blood glucose should show a result between 70-100 mg/dL ("fasting" means that the individual hasn't eaten for at least 8-12 hours). Blood sugar levels will certainly quickly rise after a meal depending on how glycemic the food is. Two hours after eating , it should still be less than 140 mg/dL.

Results which are higher than this may indicate early onset of diabetes mellitus or pre-diabetes, and should be evaluated by a health care provider. Without proper glucose level maintenance, people are not be able to function effectively. Diabetes is a dangerous, potentially life-threatening condition. For example, diabetics are at higher risk for heart disease and stroke than people with normal blood sugar levels. Other serious health problems include blindness, kidney failure, lower-extremity amputations, and nerve damage. That is why diabetes blood sugar levels must be meticulously supervised and kept in check while afflicted with diabetes. Test for diabetes sugar levels in the blood should be performed every month and a proper graph should be maintained by the affected person.

Diabetes is a disorder that alters the way your body uses glucose for energy. About 21 million Americans, or over 7% of the population, have diabetes, and it is turning into a growing global health crisis. It is a condition caused by incorrect diet, and sedentary way of life, along with - as some medical professionals indicate (for example, doctor J. Fuhrman) - is in most cases avoidable and reversible with such simple (although for many challenging and definitely not popular adjustments), as eating a mainly vegetable, fruits, greens, beans, and whole grains diet, eliminating or drastically decreasing fats, meats, diary and refined ingredients, and increasing physical activity levels.

If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, or are at risk, it's important to change your lifestyle now, so you can prevent all those serious consequences.

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