A1C Chart - A1C Levels An A1C test indicates an average of the variations of your blood sugar or blood glucose levels over the past 2 to 3 months. Bayer's new A1CNow® SelfCheck system for at home diabetic A1C monitoring: a1cNow+ Value , estimated Average glucose (eAG): non-diabetic levels, monitor closely, elevated levels, in control, seriously elevated levels Chart of relation between A1C and blood-glucose: Optimal a1c level, good a1c level, nominal a1c level, slightly high a1c level, high…
Tips to Lower Blood Sugar Good blood glucose control is vital to diabetes care. Studies have shown that good control can prevent or delay the onset of complications. Here's how you can control and reduce your blood sugar.
Focus is always on what to remove from your diet, and it’s incredibly frustrating. What about what you can eat? What about the foods you should be adding to a type 2 diabetes diet… the foods that can actually improve blood sugar control? Research shows there are many natural foods that can help. Either by reducing sugar absorption into the blood, or by improving insulin resistance. Click here to see more http://www.dietvsdisease.org/12-proven-foods-essential-for-every-type-2-diabetes-diet
Snacking is no longer a must, even with some diabetes medications such as insulin, and it might even be making your weight or blood glucose goals hard to reach. Hope Warshaw, R.D., CDE, contributing editor to Diabetic Living and author of Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, fourth edition (American Diabetes Association, 2010), shares these snacking tips.
Glycemic index of wheat and white bread. eople with type 2 diabetes who switched to a vegan, or entirely vegetable-based diet, had better blood sugar control and needed less insulin, according to one study. http://amazinghealth.com/AH-health-diabetes-insulin-Type_2