Type 2 Diabetes Guide

Normal Blood Sugar Chart - Blood Glucose Levels

Here is a quick that includes blood glucose levels for both non-diabetics and a sample target range for people with . This is only a guide and does not reflect individual situations. Note that this chart does not indicate blood sugar levels for the .

Depending on where you live, some of these levels will differ slightly.

  A1C* Fasting** 2-Hour Postprandial***
    mg/dL mmol/L mg/dL mmol/L
Non-Diabetics
 **** recommended
6.0% or less
5.6% or less
72 to 108
< 100
4.0 to 6.0
< 5.5
90 to 144
< 140
5.0 to 8.0
< 7.8
Diabetics 7.0% or less 72 to 126 4.0 to 7.0 90 to 180 5.0 to 10.0

* A1C is the average blood glucose over approximately 3 months.

** is the blood sugar levels after no calories have been consumed for at least 8 hours. For example, readings are often taken first thing in the morning before breakfast has been eaten.

*** 2-Hour is the reading taken 2 hours after eating.

**** Recommended optimal levels.

This normal blood sugar chart is a good starting point for discussions with your doctor. If you are worried that you might possibly have diabetes and are showing possible , talk to your doctor about . If you have already been , remember that this chart is only for reference purposes - you should discuss with your doctor what the appropriate blood sugar target range is for your individual situation.

 

 

The information on this website is based on our own research and personal experience, and is not a substitute for medical advice. Questions about your health and individual situation should be directed to your doctor.