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What is the ideal rate of blood sugar throughout the day?

A medical report highlights the ideal blood sugar level in the body throughout the day, including before and after meals.

Medical News Today, a specialized medical website emphasized that knowing the ideal levels of blood sugar before and after eating helps control glucose to maintain levels within the normal range.

What is the ideal rate of blood sugar throughout the day?

Doctors usually use blood sugar charts to set goals and monitor diabetes treatment plans, the website said.

He noted that the ideal blood sugar level depends on the time of day the blood glucose monitoring is conducted, as well as when the last meals were eaten.

He pointed out that the best blood sugar level for non-diabetics before meals is less than 100 mg/deciliter.

The ideal blood sugar level one to two hours after a meal is less than 140 mg/dL.

For diabetic patients, the best blood sugar level is reported to be 80-130 mg/dL, before meals.

For one to two hours after eating a meal, the best blood sugar level in diabetic patients is less than 180 mg/dL.

The site presented some ways to reduce blood sugar levels, including reducing carbohydrate intake without fasting, increasing water intake to maintain hydration and reducing excess blood sugar, and engaging in physical activity, such as walking after a meal, to burn excess sugar in the blood, and eating more fiber.

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