Blood Glucose

Blood Glucose Calculator

Usually, the amount of glucose in your blood remains stable post a meal as your pancreas release insulin; however, if you are a diabetic, either your body does not produce insulin (DM type 1) or cannot effectively use the insulin produced (DM type 2). Increased levels of glucose in your blood for a prolonged period of time can cause many health problems including heart disease, eye, kidney, and nerve damage.

Blood Glucose Calculator

Enter Your Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) Reading :

Indicator Description
Green You have normal blood glucose level. Monitor your blood glucose levels regularly. Discuss your risk factors with your physician such as family history of diabetes, sedentary lifestyle, obesity, hypertension or cholesterol. You can lower your risk of diabetes by exercising, cutting back on sugar and losing weight.
Amber Your level is slightly higher than normal. You may want to consult your doctor, who may suggest other tests (eg: Oral glucose tolerance test, random check, and HbA1c) to confirm if you are a diabetic. You need to make healthy lifestyle changes, control carb intake and increase fiber in your diet, plan your meal accordingly, choose food with a low glycemic index.
Red If your blood glucose levels are > 120 mg/dl along with increased thirst, urination and hunger, you may want to consult your physician. Monitoring your blood glucose levels and maintaining a log will help your physician plan your diet and treatment accordingly.


The calculation is not to be taken as a diagnostic result. Though verified by ABHI experts, for your best wellbeing, you may check it across with your doctors or healthcare professionals.