How high can you blood sugar go right after a meal if you are mot diabetic?
Up to 134
- micksmixxxLv 78 months agoFavorite Answer
A non-diabetic's blood sugar level can go as high as 140 mg/dL [that's 7.8 mmol/l for people who use the International Standard for blood glucose measurement]. This would be 2 hours after eating as the 2 hour point is the CORRECT time to test ... unless you happen to be pregnant, where you would test 1 hour AND 2 hours after eating.
A blood sugar level of 200 mg/dL [11.1 mmol/l] at ANY time indicates diabetes.
- 7 months ago
Up to 7.8 mmol/L (140 mg/dL) 2 hours after eating.
- ShayLv 78 months ago
Anyone who tests their sugar level directly after eating something that is high in carbohydrates MIGHT get a higher than normal reading.
A NORMAL reading is to be below 140 at TWO HOURS after eating. Testing anything less than two hours MIGHT catch a spike in the sugar level that would be above 140 because the body has not processed all the glucose yet.
Someone who is NOT diabetic should NEVER get a reading that is 200 or more no matter what they just ate and no matter when they test.
So, a reading of 134 directly after a meal is very good since it is already below the two hour goal.
- PearlLv 78 months ago
i would ask your doctor about it unless you want to ask this on healthtap.com and a real doctor will email you back
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- 8 months ago
Depends on how tall you are. Ba Dum Tss
- Anonymous8 months ago
dont know what mot diabetic means. also fix your grammar