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Keeping blood glucose levels as close to normal (nondiabetic) for people with diabetes can prevent or slow the progression of complications.  
Measuring blood glucose levels

Blood glucose levels for people with diabetes should be 80-110 before eating and less than 140 after eating.

Photo Date: 09/26/06

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