Our free blood sugar chart lets you track your blood sugar levels throughout the day. It also allows you to enter normal blood sugar levels, both high and low, so you can see how well you are staying within your healthy range. Next to each entry, you can enter notes for your medication, diet and exercise, to see how they affect your levels. You can also keep track of your A1C levels which you get tested by your doctor.
Blood sugar levels chart
This new blood sugar chart is created based on feedback from multiple users and doctors. The primary new feature is the graphical and color-coded data points for showing the activity associated with each mg/dL measurement. This makes the chart much easier to interpret, because measurements have different target levels based upon time of day and activity you do. Create multiple copies of the worksheet so that you can create a chart for each new 2-week period.
Normal blood sugar levels chart
This new blood sugar tracking worksheet is design for tracking both mg/dL and insulin dose/type. You can also record the type of activity and add notes such as medication, diet, and exercise.
When you measure your blood sugar levels, you’re not always near to your computer. This printable blood sugar log allows you to write down your results no matter where you are.
Random blood sugar level chart
With this Blood Sugar Chart spreadsheet you can enter the blood sugar test results and see the results plotted on a graph along with your recommended upper and lower blood sugar levels.
Remember to enter notes next to your entries of your diet and exercise so that you can see how they may be affecting your levels.
Using a Blood Sugar Chart
Tracking your blood sugar level is highly recommended to give you power over your body and health. Tracking your blood sugar level along with your diet and exercise to see how to use diet and exercise to keep you at the right levels and stay healthy.
Measuring your Blood Sugar Level: You can check your blood sugar level with a blood glucose meter at any time during the day, but generally people take them before meals and before going to bed at night.
Tracking Your Blood Sugar Level: After using the meter to know your blood sugar level, enter the date, time, level and any notes into the chart. Notes could include what food you ate, what exercises you do, or anything else that you think influences your levels.
If you are on an exercise plan, ask your doctor for the best time to take your levels, to determine the affects your exercise plan is having.
Another way to check your average blood sugar levels is through an A1C test.
Tracking your A1C levels *
Your healthcare expert can give you your A1C levels through a blood test. The test looks at the percentage of glycated hemoglobin in your red blood cells. Mostly the average life of a red blood cell is about 4 months, this test will give you a good idea of how you’ve been doing for the past 2 to 3 months. You can do this test every 2 to 6 months.