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What Is An A1C Or HBA1C Test?

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Here is a video that talks about the A1C test for diabetes. In this video, you’ll discover:

  • What an A1C test is
  • Why an A1C test is used
  • How the A1C test works and measures blood sugar levels
  • How to lower your A1C
  • The effects your A1C can have on microvascular complications of type 2 diabetes


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2 Comments

  1. Joyce Redmond

    December 31, 2013 at 12:31 am

    What is the normal range or range recommended by the ADA & the AACE for a non-diabetic adult? For a non-diabetic adult, what does 6% mean?

    • Don Darby

      March 24, 2014 at 10:34 pm

      Normal is an A1C of less than 5.7%. For a normal non-diabetic adult a 6% A1C means Prediabetes. A 6% A1C also means an average blood sugar of 126 mg/dl. It means you’re blood sugar numbers are averaging above normal, borderline diabetes. A diabetic A1C is greater than or equal to 6.5% A1C.

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