Diabetic? Here's how to keep your blood sugar levels normal and stable

PETALING JAYA – Diabetic patients will be relieved to know that they need not totally remove their favourite foods from their to-eat list.

There are a few ways to achieve normal and stable blood sugar ­levels. Dietitian Poh Kai Ling explains how.

What is a normal blood sugar level? Why is it important?

The normal blood sugar level, according to the Clinical Practice Guidelines Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, is 4.4mmol/L to 7.0mmol/L for fasting and 4.4mmol/L to 8.5mmol/L two hours after food.