The normal blood sugar levels for a non-diabetic individual should be between 72 and 99 mg/dL when fasting and up to 140 mg/dL a couple of hours after a meal. And for a diabetic individual, fasting should be 70 to 110 mg/dL, and up to 200 mg/dL after a meal.
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I have diabetes, and my blood sugar level is 198 mg/dL. Please help.
Query: Hello doctor, I have diabetes, and I firmly believe that I can beat it with the help of supplements and herbs. However, I need some advice, and I have a book that has guided me what to take and how much, but it does not seem to impact my sugar levels. I came home one day and checked my sugars. It wa... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand your concern. I strongly agree that you can beat diabetes with supplements and herbs. Many homeopathic remedies are made out of herbs or plants and have proven very effective in controlling the sugar levels in the body. Since you have not described your s... Read Full »