Most doctors measure fasting blood sugar levels, levels when you have fasted for a period before having your blood sugar levels measured. As a result about 30% of type II diabetics don’t even know they are diabetic. So when should blood sugar levels be tested and what would be considered normal levels? More importantly, what if your blood sugar levels are off, what should you do? Watch this video now and avoid the serious consequences of type II diabetes. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.