Blood Sugar Levels Chart
Here is the quick reference for your blood sugar level check.
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An overview about the disease.
Characterized by a permanent excess of sugar in the blood, diabetes can be of different types: Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes etc.
During digestion, the food we eat is transformed into sugar, which is essential for the cells of the body to function. It is insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates the amount of sugar stored or “burned” in the cells.
Normal blood glucose is less than 1.10g / l on an empty stomach and less than 1.40g / l after a meal. Diabetes is defined as fasting blood glucose greater than 1.26 g / l twice.
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Insulin is a hormone that is part of the range of drugs used to treat diabetes. The latter is characterized by insufficient production of insulin by the pancreas or deficient use of insulin by the body.