•  Vic Vic
    March 11, 2013
    If you exceed in a normal values of glycohemoglibin (HbA1c) is this mean that you are unfit.
     Vic Vic
    March 11, 2013

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  • italiangm March 16, 2013
    italiangm
    March 16, 2013

    Normal HbA1c ("A1c") is between 4.6% and 5.4%. 

     

    If a person consistently has an A1c above 5.4%, then their average blood glucose is above 109 mg/dl (6.0 mmol/L).

     

    The term "unfit" is too vague to be useful. To be more accurate, an A1c consistently above 5.4% increases the risk of receiving a diagnosis of prediabetes or diabetes.

     

    An A1c consistently at 6.4% or above indicates cell damage is occurring and diseases typically associated with diabetes will develop.

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