If you’ve ever wondered how your body reacts to what you eat and your level of physical activity, then one of the best indicators is your blood glucose (or blood sugar) levels.
In this article, you’ll discover which blood sugar level is considered normal.
A normal blood glucose level is vital to maintaining optimal metabolic health. If it’s too low (hypoglycaemia), you may become unconscious. And if it gets too high, you may develop diabetes.
So, it’s all about maintaining that delicate balance in between. But first, you have to know what’s considered normal.
What is Normal?
How to maintain a normal blood sugar level
This is more efficient because…
- It’s easy to see when your blood sugar level drops or rises abnormally.
- With a continuous glucose monitor, you know which foods/snacks are causing random spikes in your blood glucose levels. This will help you make well-informed decisions around your diet.
If you’re looking to optimize your metabolic healths, tracking your blood sugar level should be a priority. You can check out this brief article on how to use a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM).