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How Much Do You Know About Managing Your Blood Sugar and Its Importance?
Learn where your current knowledge is on managing your blood sugar levels along with the importance of keeping it within a healthy range. Plus get ready for improved health — I'm going to give you tips on how to reach ideal blood sugar levels that you can begin implementing today to start experiencing the health you were destined to experience.
to Begin the Blood Sugar Knowledge Quiz!!
Check all foods that are RICH sources of Protein:
Check all foods that are RICH sources of Carbohydrates:
Check all foods that are RICH sources of Fats:
Of all the Macronutrients (Protein, Carbohydrates, and Fat) which ONE will raise Blood Sugar levels the MOST?
Based on current research, which is the most Ideal Fasting Blood Glucose range?
82 - 88 mg/dL
89 - 99 mg/dL
100 - 125 mg/dL
126 - 150 mg/dL
True or False: Hemoglobin A1C measures glycosylated hemoglobin and represents average blood glucose levels over the past 120 days.
What are some consequences of elevated blood glucose levels?
Check all that apply
Retinopathy - Impaired Vision
Peripheral Neuropathy - Nerve Damage
Diabetes - Insulin Resistance
At what Blood Glucose Level do we begin to see arterial stiffness?
> 85 mg/dL
> 90 mg/dL
> 100 mg/dL
> 126 mg/dL
Two patients have a Hemoglobin A1C of 5.7%, but who is at a greater risk:
The individual who has consistent, but chronically elevated blood glucose levels throughout the day
The individual who experiences large elevations or spikes in blood glucose levels throughout the day
Both are at equal risk
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