What Is Postprandial Blood Glucose?

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"postprandial glucose (ppg) levels — meaning ‘sugar after the meal’ — give you and your care team more important information about how the body is able to manage glucose after a meal. However, these are just approximate guidelines as ppg (postprandial glucose) depends on several factors, such as the type of food consumed. for people without diabetes, their blood sugar returns to near normal range about 1-2 hours after eating as a result of the effects of insulin.. Postprandial blood glucose, on the other hand, refers to your blood sugar levels one to two hours after eating. what are normal preprandial glucose levels? for healthy adults, normal preprandial glucose levels are 70 – 99 mg/dl. a preprandial glucose reading of 100 – 125 mg/dl indicates prediabetes.. (more…)