What Should My Blood Sugar Level Be?

What Should My Blood Sugar Level Be?

Blood sugar levels are extremely delicate during diabetes. 

With constant high blood sugar levels caused by diabetes, it often feels like a balancing act to make sure blood sugar levels stay normal.


What are normal blood sugar levels?

Blood sugar levels depend on what, when and how much you eat, as well as how effectively your body produces and uses insulin. Your blood sugar levels are an excellent indicator of your risk of developing diabetes; the higher your blood sugar, the greater your risk. Chronic high blood sugar can be a wake-up call, telling you that it’s time to lose weight and make healthier food choices.


Normal Blood Sugar Level Ranges before Eating

Target blood sugar levels depend on the time of day and if you already have diabetes or pre-diabetes. Before you eat, called a fasting or pre-prandial glucose level, a non-diabetic should have a glucose level between 3.88 and 5.3 mmol/L.

If your reading is higher than 5.33 mmol/L. but lower than 6.94mmol/L, you may have insulin resistance or pre-diabetes. Glucose readings above 7 mmol/L indicate you have diabetes. Ideally, if you have type 2 diabetes you should have a fasting glucose level between 3.88 mmol/L and 7.22 mmol/L, when your diabetes is under control due to a combination of diet, exercise and medication if needed.


Normal Blood Sugar Ranges after Eating

Your blood sugar or blood glucose levels start to rise soon after you start to eat and is at its highest 1 to 2 hours after your meal. Normal postprandial, which means “after eating,” glucose levels are 6.67 mmol/L and below for non-diabetics, 8.83 mmol/L. and below for those with pre-diabetes and 10 mmol/L for diabetics.

The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease suggest that two hours after eating, diabetics should have a blood sugar reading of 10 mmol/L or less. If your blood sugar is higher than 18 mmol/L two hours after eating, you may need to adjust your diabetes treatment plan.


Causes of High Blood Sugar

Illness, infection, stress, emotional trauma, not exercising enough, taking too much insulin or other diabetes medication, eating too many simple carbohydrates or simply overeating can cause high blood sugar levels, also called hyperglycemia.

If an underlying illness or trauma is causing your elevated glucose level, you’ll need to resolve that problem before expecting blood sugar to return to normal. Changes to your routine can also play havoc with your blood sugar levels; going back to your normal schedule should help regulate your blood sugar.


Preventing High Blood Sugar

Once your blood sugar level is high, you’ll need to exercise to use the extra glucose in your blood or take additional insulin. Prevention is the best treatment for high blood sugar. Choose high-fiber carbohydrates, such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains and beans, instead of sugary carbs such as cookies, cakes and candy or starchy carbs such as pasta, bread or potatoes.

Limit carb intake to between 45 and 60 g per meal, eat a variety of foods and don’t overeat – even too many healthy carbs affect your blood sugar.


Keep Your Blood Sugar Levels Under Control

The most effective way to keep a normal blood sugar level and to prevent blood sugar spiking is to take Manna Blood Sugar Support with each meal. Clinical trials proved that Manna Blood Sugar Support reduces the GI value of anything you eat by up to 43%.

Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement is made from pods of the South African Mesquite trees and according to published scientific research, the product can help to support healthy blood sugar levels.

Manna Blood Sugar Support is uniquely formulated, natural and organic supplement which helps

  • Maintain balanced blood sugar levels, keeping you more satisfied after a meal, which means that the same meal can take you much further and cause you to eat less, which can help with natural weight loss and controlling your diabetes.
  • Control cravings, helping you stay away from sweets and unhealthy food which could spike your blood sugar levels.
  • Keep energy levels constant, giving you the energy to do your day to day tasks.


How does Manna Blood Sugar Support work?

When taken with food, the organic fibers and essential sugars in the product has a gelling effect, slowing down the release of glucose from the food to the blood stream.

When blood sugar levels are under control, the body’s requirement for insulin will be less and therefore high insulin levels can reduce over time.

Healthy blood sugar levels can help to curb cravings, suppress appetite and it can also help to prevent diabetes health complications.

Manna Blood Sugar Support is the only certified organic blood sugar support supplement in the world.


What users say about Manna Blood Sugar Support…

Dianne Visser (verified owner) – June 21, 2016: “I have been buying Manna Blood sugar support for a few years now. I believe it has assisted my husband to manage his diabetes more effectively. Its a good product and ordering it from your site is an absolute pleasure. Thank You for your very efficient service.”

Kogie Naidoo (verified owner) – July 6, 2016: “When i got told that i am border line diabetic , i started taking Manna Blood support a few years back and ever since my blood levels have been perfect my husband is also on this as he he is type 2 its also working for him. thank you”

Lindsey (verified owner) – August 26, 2016: “My husband has been taking Manna Blood support for more than two years. His blood sugar levels now remain very good and only occasionally fluctuating from his average of 6 to about 8. Before he started taking the caplets it was around 12-15. He is an amputee, having lost his leg due to Diabetes 2 in 2010.”

Natasha (verified owner) – August 26, 2016: “I am very happy with the Blood Sugar Support. It has assisted me in regulating my blood sugar levels as well as maintaining my weight, especially now over the winter period. Thank you Manna”

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