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100 is considered to be borderline diabetic. You may not be having any symptoms of your high blood sugar now but you probably will in the future if you don't get it under control.
A good diet, exercise and eating the right foods can help blood sugar a great deal.
It can also help with mood swings that might be caused by sugar imbalances.
Please let me know if you still have questions.
I have taken this information for your reference - not to add my own words... but this is considered within normal limits everywhere I have been a nurse.
"Our bodies desire blood glucose to be maintained between 70 mg/dl and 110 mg/dl (mg/dl means milligrams of glucose in 100 milliliters of blood). Below 70 is termed "hypoglycemia". Above 110 can be normal if you have eaten within 2 to 3 hours. That is why your doctor wants to measure your blood glucose while you are fasting...it should be between 70 and 110. Even after you have eaten, however, your glucose should be below 180. Above 180 is termed "hyperglycemia" (which translates to mean "too much glucose in the blood"). If you have two blood sugar measurements above 200 after drinking a sugar-water drink (glucose tolerance test), then you are diagnosed with diabetes. We have many pages on diabetes which go into this in much more detail."
This is the website the information was taken from.
Good Luck to you.