Well, you'll get all sorts of answers here. Don't forget that a non-diabetic will not have the same as someone who's trying to control diabetes by diet and exercise alone or another person who's on meds and you may find differences between types 1 and 2. The best I can say is the closer to a "normal" reading the better if it's before a meal, so the post-prandial will not be too much of a spike. And that depends on what is eaten. So, for me, I try to keep my blood sugar around 100 before a meal.
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diabetes controlled so far by exercise and a low/no carb diet