Normal Blood Reading Diabetes. Official ADA recommendation for someone with diabetes. For some individuals 60 is normal.
According to the American Diabetes Association normal blood sugar levels before and after eating should be 80-130 mgdL before eating a meal fasting and less. Someone who does not have diabetes is unlikely to be checking their blood sugars. As a general rule the American Diabetes Association recommends keeping blood sugar below 180 mgdL one to two hours after eating.
Your blood sugar levels also known as blood glucose levels are a measurement that show how much glucose you have in your blood.
The normal ranges for blood sugar levels in adults who do not have diabetes before eating or fasting the range begins at 72-99mgdL while fasting ranges for those being treated for type 1 or type 2 diabetes range from 80 -130 mgdL. There is some debate about the normal range in mmoll ranging from 55 to 6 mmoll 2 hours post meal glucose Less than 140 mgdl or less than 78 mmoll Pre-diabetes diagnostic ranges also called impaired fasting glucose or impaired glucose tolerance. 42 to 47 mmolmol 60 to 64 Diabetes. 1 However your target blood sugar range will depend on the following.