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Why You Should Get A Fasting Blood Sugar Test Regularly

Healthcare providers encourage all individuals to have a fasting blood sugar test performed on an annual basis in conjunction with their physical. In fact, this practice is not only promoted in medical environments, but is also becoming a common component in workplace programs. The goal of this test is to not only promote awareness . . . → Read More: Why You Should Get A Fasting Blood Sugar Test Regularly

How are Non Fasting Blood Sugar Levels Tested?

The most commonly known form of glucose testing is performed using a fasting blood sugar screen, which is ideally performed on a yearly basis. While this blood test is important, there are other methods that use alternative methods used to confirm the presence of diabetes and diagnose elevated blood sugar levels at home. For . . . → Read More: How are Non Fasting Blood Sugar Levels Tested?

Our Favorite Diabetic Blood Sugar Monitor

Blood sugar monitors are surprisingly affordable in their most basic form. Although you can easily find and buy expensive blood sugar monitoring systems for the average diabetic, pre-diabetic, or insulin resistant person a simple and affordable monitor will do just fine.

The ACCU-CHEK Aviva Meter by Roche Diagnostics Corp.

As far as blood glucose . . . → Read More: Our Favorite Diabetic Blood Sugar Monitor

How To Check Your Blood Sugar Levels

You can check your blood sugar levels in one of two main ways. The first is as simple as heading to your doctor’s office and having him or her run a blood test on you. This works but it is expensive in that you are employing a doctor to do work for you and . . . → Read More: How To Check Your Blood Sugar Levels