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A1C is a simple blood test that correlates with the average level of glucose in your blood over the last three months. It is used to check prediabetes and diabetes. It is also known how well you manage your diabetes. 

FASTING : Normal for person without diabetes – 70-99 mg/dl ( 3.9 – 5.5 mmol/L ) Official ADA recommendation for someone with diabetes – 80-130 mg/dl ( 4.4 – 7.2 mmol/L ) 2 HOURS AFTER MEALS : Normal for person without diabetes – Less than 140 mg/dl ( 7.8 mmol/L ) Official ADA recommendation for someone with diabetes – Less than 180 mg/L ( 10.0 mmol/L ) HBA1C : Normal for person without diabetes – Less than 5.7 % Official ADA recommendation for someone with diabetes – 5.7 % Source : American Diabetes Association

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 People with type 1 diabetes must take insulin to save their lives. People who are overweight and have a lot of diabetes need insulin to control their blood glucose levels. Treatment of type 2 diabetes begins with diet and exercise.

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