Having a good HbA1c means that, generally, your average blood sugar levels are lower. This is positive for several reasons, one reason being that good HbA1c control helps to reduce your risk of complications in later life.
This target is easy for some to achieve, but for others it’s not. And scoring below 53 mmol/mol or 7% is still impressive.
In this video we’ve picked out 7 tips that people with good HbA1c levels use to help them.
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