No one knows your body better than you. Still, you may not know what your HDL and LDL cholesterol levels are, what your BMI (Body Mass Index) tells you, or what a good blood sugar level is. These health numbers are key to getting an accurate prediction of your health risks, as well as what preventive tests and screenings you should have.

Take this short quiz to find out how well you know your numbers!

Source:  American Heart Association & Wed MD

What's considered an ideal blood pressure?

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What's considered an ideal cholesterol level?

< 200
< 400
< 600
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What's considered an ideal blood sugar level?

< 50
< 100
< 150
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What's considered an ideal Body Mass Index?

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Blood Pressure






< 200

Blood Glucose


< 100

Body Mass Index



Now that you've learned a little about these important health numbers, find out what yours are today!

1. Schedule an annual physical

Make an appointment to have an annual physical with your doctor, and say that you want tests done to determine your numbers.

2. Get your numbers and screenings

Ask your doctor to measure your:

  • blood pressure
  • blood sugar
  • total cholesterol (HDL, LDL, Triglycerides)
  • body mass index (BMI)

3. Take your HRA

You can also use your numbers to take your HRA online. Knowing these facts about your body will make the HRA results signi´Čücantly more accurate, and will help you identify the type and frequency of preventive care you need. Make a commitment to your health and your future by practicing prevention today.