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Blood Sugar Targets

Do you know what healthy blood sugar (glucose) levels should be for you and your diabetes? Learn more about what it means to have a desirable blood sugar number and how you can take control of your diabetes and your health to lower your blood sugar and get into your healthy target range.

Blood Sugar Targets

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Everyone's blood has some glucose in it. In people who don't have diabetes, the normal range is about 70 to 120.
To achieve your personal goal sugars, it’s important to understand these basics and monitor your glucose levels using a daily blood sugar (glucose) level monitoring chart, journal or log
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Discuss blood glucose (sugar) targets with your healthcare team when creating your diabetes management plan.
How does my A1C relate to my daily blood sugar readings?
The American Diabetes Association and the American College of Endocrinology have published recommendations for blood glucose control goals for healthy, nonpregnant adults with diabetes.

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