100 mg/dL100 mg/dL
Assorted fruits 5 grams each, corresponding to the typical amount of actual glucose in my bloodstream at any given point in time.

Blood glucose is measured in the unit mg/dL, or milligrams of glucose diluted in deciliters of human blood. The "Nadler method" can be used to approximate the volume of blood in a person based on their weight. Using it I have 53.87 deciliters. A blood glucose measurement of 100 mg/dL (normal) signifies that there are 5.387 grams of glucose in my bloodstream.