Should Patients Without Diabetes Use CGMs to Monitor Their Blood Sugar?
Several companies have begun marketing continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMs) to people without diabetes, claiming that they can detect prediabetes, optimize blood sugar for peak performance, and give people more control over their health. However, there is no published evidence that CGMs improve health in people without diabetes. CGMs are also very expensive, and unlikely to be covered by insurance for people without medical necessity.
Several companies are marketing continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) to people without diabetes, touting their health effects. However, there are no published studies backing these claims. Are you for or against patients without diabetes using CGMs?

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