Postprandial glucose test

What is Postprandial glucose test?

It is a blood glucose test that determines the sugar level in blood after one and half hour of taking food. The ADA recommends a postprandial glucose level under 180 mg/dl and a preprandial plasma glucose between 90-130 mg/dl. High values may indicate diabetes.

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can eating lots of sugar over a long time make you develop diabetes?
Can eating lots of sugar over a long time make you develop diabetes?

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just check blood glucose level with a new Reli On monitor. it is 10pm and my reading is 292. I did a urinalisys 25 june and had high glucose level,...

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The blood sugar levels you have mentioned are higher. When this happens, usually as...

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My sugar is 145 in my urine. My blood preswsure is 128/78
I waiting on on blood test.

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just check blood glucose level with a new Reli On monitor. it is 10pm and my reading is 292. I did a urinalisys 25 june and had high glucose level,...

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I am 44 Male. Yesterday, I had Tea with sugar at around 8.00 a.m. had nothing for breakfast. took a glucose test using AccuCheck at 9.30 a.m (at a...

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My sugar is 145 in my urine. My blood preswsure is 128/78 I waiting on on blood test .

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