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ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (122,241)
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10/31/13 2:44 P

Maybe it has something to do with the metric system?

DAVEMALYON SparkPoints: (403)
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10/31/13 12:07 P

too complex for me.....milles and moles i have no idea

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JUSTEATREALFOOD Posts: 1,857
10/31/13 8:16 A

I'm assuming you mean your levels are between 7 and 10. I'm Canadian and our levels are different too. Here are a few conversion web pages.

www.diabetes.co.uk/blood-sugar-converter.h
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www.diabeteschart.org/mgmmol.html

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DAVEMALYON SparkPoints: (403)
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10/31/13 4:48 A

im british my sugar levels are ie 10-7 (todays) but the glucose level thing here dosnt allow it ....why is that is it because americans glucose levels are different?

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