What is normal blood sugar?

Fasting: 70-100 mg. If have not eaten or drank anything, except for water, for an eight hour period, this fasting blood sugar level is about 70-100. An hour after earing it may peak to about 170, and by two hours it should return to about normal fasting levels. If two or three fasting sugars are between 100-126, it is called 'impaired glucose tolerance'. If repeated FBS is over 126, it is considered type 2 diabetes.
It depends. Most labs have a reference range of 60-99 for fasting glucose (blood sugar) . 100-125 is concidered to be at increased risk of type 2 diabetes. A fasting glucose in presumed to be diabetes in certain situations. There are also ranges for non fasting sugar.

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What is normal blood sugar range?

Depends. Without food 60-120 after a meal 60-200 hba1c is an average sugar value over the last 6 weeks and best for evaluation. Read more...
Depends . . . If fasting, 60-99mg/dl is considered normal. 100-125mg/dl is impaired fasting and 125mg/dl or greater on two separate occasions defines diabetes. Random >200mg/dl plus symptoms also defines diabetes. Think of blood sugar like speedometer in car which varies all time depending upon road conditions. Average speed is akin to hemoglobin a1c which is average sugar over last 3 months, ideally <5.7%. Read more...

What are normal blood sugar levels for a non-diabetic?

Fasting glucose. Blood glucose, after an overnight fast should be below 100 mg/dl. Blood sugar between 100-125 is pre-diabetes. Read more...
Normal Ranges. Fasting: 65-99 mg/dl, 2 hours after a meal or glucose tolerance test: no more than 139 mg/dl. Read more...

What is normal blood sugar leval and cholestoral level for a diabetic?

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