Helping You Understand ‘Normal’ Blood Sugar Levels

There’s no magic number for your blood sugar. Many people with diabetes strive to keep their glucose levels under 140 mg/dL on average. Many factors affect glucose levels, including food, exercise, insulin, medications, stress, etc. Make sure to consult with your doctor and diabetes care team to determine what may be best for you. Try to avoid using terms like “good blood sugar or “bad glucose levels” for higher glucose levels or ‘bad blood sugar levels’

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