Charting blood sugar levels enables more effective diabetes management, according to Healthline. Charting blood sugar allows a person to keep track of changes in its level, which may influence the course of his diabetes ... More »

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For people attempting to control high blood sugar levels, a chart helps them to keep track and properly manage glucose levels and to create medical records that supplement those gathered by their doctor, states Healthlin... More »

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Tracking and charting blood sugar levels is a good way to determine if a particular diabetes treatment plan is working, advises the American Diabetes Foundation. However, in order for the chart to be most effective, it m... More »

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A sugar chart consists of sections that show dates, corresponding blood sugar levels, medicines that a person takes and factors that may alter levels of blood sugar, according to Healthline. Eating, fasting, underlying h... More »

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The quickest way to elevate blood sugar levels is to ingest a food or drink that is free of fat or protein but high in sugar. Fats and proteins slow absorption of sugar, keeping out glucose needed to avoid a low blood su... More »

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In persons without diabetes, normal 'fasting' blood sugar levels are below 100 mg/dL; levels just prior to meals and snacks should be less than 110 mg/dL. Optimal levels are below 140 mg/dL two hours after meals and belo... More »

While blood sugar levels vary based on time of day and meal times, levels of 100 mg/dL or lower while fasting and 140 mg/dL or lower within two hours of eating are considered normal, according to WebMD. Most healthy peop... More »