Blood Sugar Conversion Calculator For Diabetes

Blood Sugar Conversion Calculator For Diabetes

Blood Sugar Converter

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Blood Sugar Conversion Calculator

  • Blood Sugar Converter Calculator helps to convert mg/dL to mmol/L for blood sugar


Steps To Convert Blood Sugar

  1. Enter Your Glucose Level
  2. Convert to mg/L to mmol/L or vice versa
  3. Check the Conversion of Blood Sugar


Blood Sugar Conversion Formulas

  • Blood sugar (also called blood glucose) needs to be tightly controlled in the human body to minimize the risk of complications developing.


Formula to calculate mmol/l from mg/dl

mmol/l = mg/dl / 18


Formula to calculate mg/dl from mmol/l

mg/dl = 18 × mmol/l


Blood Sugar Chart

Here are blood sugar chart is given.


Blood Sugar Chart


Fasting Value (mg/dl)

Post Prandial (mg/dl)

Minimum Value

Maximum Value

Just after eating

Value 2 hours after consuming glucose




170 to 200

Less than 140

Early Diabetes



190 to 230

140 to 200

Established Diabetes

More than 126


230 to 300

More than 200


Normal Blood Sugar Levels by Age

Here is Blood Sugar Range by age.


Blood Sugar Normal Value


Ideal Blood Sugar Range for Adults (20 Years & Above)

  • 1-2 Hours after a Meal: Under 180 mg/dL
  • Fasting: Under 100 mg/dL
  • Bed Time: 100-140 mg/dL


Normal Blood Sugar Range for Women (Above 60 Years)

  • Fasting: 90-150 mg/dl
  • 2 hours post meal: Below 180 mg/ dl


What's the difference between mmol/L and mg/dL

  • Both sets of units are used to measure blood sugar levels and both give a measurement of the concentration of glucose in the blood, albeit in slightly different ways.
  • mmol/L gives the molarity, which is the number of molecules of a substance within a specified volume, in this case within 1 liter. 
  • mg/dL gives the concentration by the ratio of weight to volume, in this case, milligrams per decilitre.


Can I change the units given by my blood glucose meter

  • This can depend on which blood glucose meter you have.
  • Some meters allow you to change the units from mg/dL to mmol/L and vice versa while some meters are only set up to display one set of units.
  • Check the meter’s manual for whether it is possible to change the units.


mmol/l to mg/dl Converter

Here are normal conversions for mmol/l to mg/dl for blood sugar.


mmol/L mg/dl   mmol/L mg/dl   mmol/L mg/dl
0.06 1 6.7 120 16.0 288
0.28 5 7.0 126 16.6 300
0.55 10 7.2 130 17.0 306
1.0 18 7.5 135 18.0 325
1.5 27 7.8 140 19.0 342
2.0 36 8.0 145 20.0 360
2.2 40 8.3 150 20.8 375
2.5 45 8.9 160 22.2 400
2.8 50 9.0 162 23.0 414
3.0 54 9.4 170 24.0 432
3.3 60 10.0 180 25.0 450
3.9 70 10.5 190 26.4 475
4.0 72 11.0 196 27.7 500
4.4 80 11.1 200 30.0 540
4.7 85 12.0 216 33.3 600
5.0 90 12.5 225 38.8 700
5.5 100 13.9 250 40.0 720
6.0 106 14.4 260 44.4 800
6.1 110 15.0 270 50.0 900


Important Facts About Blood Sugar

  • Glucose is a simple sugar and is one of the primary molecules which serve as energy sources for both plants and animals.
  • Insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, helps maintain normal blood sugar levels.
  • Uncontrolled or high blood sugar levels can lead to health complications such as blindness, heart disease, and kidney disease.
  • An increase or decrease in the glucose level in the blood can lead to a condition called "diabetic coma"
  • Consume foods with a low ‘Glycemic Index’ to keep the blood sugar levels in check and lowers the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.


Importance of Blood Sugar

  • Measuring blood sugar levels and understanding what your glucose levels should be is an essential part of diabetes treatment for many people with diabetes.
  • Blood sugar level refers to the total amount of glucose circulating in the blood.
  • In different parts of the world, different units for measuring blood glucose are standard.


Tips to Maintain Normal Blood Sugar Level

  • Consume whole, non/minimally processed, and low-carb foods to control the blood glucose in the body.
  • Include at least 150 minutes of exercise weekly if you have no medical restrictions.
  • Stay hydrated always, which will help your body to eliminate excess amounts of glucose through urine.
  • Take insulin and other medications per the instructions from healthcare professionals to avoid any sudden spike or drop in the blood glucose level.


Factors That Affect Blood Sugar

  • Physical activities can impact our glucose levels. For example, heavy and rigorous work may decrease our blood sugar levels, whereas no or less physical activity may increase our blood sugar levels.
  • The food we consume can impact our blood sugar levels. For example, if we eat rich, high-carbohydrate, or high-calorie foods, our blood glucose readings might increase.
  • Stress (physical or mental) can spike our normal blood sugar levels. Dehydration can result in low blood glucose levels.
  • The quantity of food we consume can also affect our normal sugar levels. In addition, overeating may increase sugar levels.
  • Certain medicines can disturb our blood glucose levels. In addition, medical conditions like hypoglycemia, diabetes, and liver disease may cause changes in our normal sugar levels.
  • Alcohol consumption can cause our good sugar level reading to drop. Smoking can lead to Type 2 Diabetes. Age matters! Insulin tolerance decreases with age, thus increasing the chances of diabetes.



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Blood Sugar Converter FAQ

How do you convert mmol L to mg dL?

Formula to calculate mmol/l from mg/dl

mmol/l = mg/dl / 18


Formula to calculate mg/dl from mmol/l

mg/dl = 18 × mmol/l

What is Normal blood sugar Levels?

In healthy people, the body's homeostatic mechanism of blood sugar regulation restores the blood sugar level to a range of about 4.4 to 6.1 mmol/L (79 to 110 mg/dL).

The blood glucose level may rise temporarily after meals, in non-diabetics, up to 7.8 mmol/L (140 mg/dL).

What units are used to measure blood glucose?

The most popular units used in the measurement of blood glucose are:

  • Milligrams per deciliter, and
  • Millimoles per liter.








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