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    2 hr post prandial
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    jc3737 posted:
    What is considered a very good level and a normal level for a 2 hr post parandial blood glucose for a non diabetic and a pre diabetic?

    What are the healthy ranges and what level indicates possible pre diabetes and diabetes.
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    DavidHueben responded:
    The accepted standards for normal blood glucose levels are:

    Fasting Blood Glucose

    Between 70 and 99

    Two Hour Post Prandial

    140 or below

    Prediabetes is defined as fasting blood glucose levels (done in a lab) between 100 and 125.

    Two fasting blood glucose tests (done in a lab) that are 126 or greater are suggestive of diabetes.

    David
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