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Take a look at what you are eating for lunch.  If you are eating something that has a lot carbs, like fruit, noodles, a sandwich, crackers, etc...
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I think his problem is that he feels fine, doesn't really think he's sick, and can't see how this affects him.  He feels young and...
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When I first saw this, I thought you would have diabetes, but you said that your blood sugar, and blood pressure was fine. So I have diabetes, and I...
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It is no one particular "authority" but careful recommendations made by multiple medical experts, based on extensive scientific studies and...
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I think it could be a possibility, though I'm not a doctor.  If it's too tough to get to a doctor right away, I know you can get an A1C...
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Hi Yes yo7unjust need to cut out all sugars for now, no sodas, any of them even diet ones, no cakes or biscuits no chocolate unless its dark then...
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Only one study has shown that red wine can potentially benefit people with type 2 diabetes, so there seems to be no reason why you cannot have a...
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Reducing your insulin should be done ONLY under the direct supervision of your medical professional or endocrinologist. This is not something you...
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Hi What is below is from everydayhealth.com.A blood sugar reading above 180 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) is considered above normal and can bring...
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I am a non medical person, but diabetic for the past 15 years.  You need to be talking to your doctor, preferably a specialist. However, my...
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Based solely on those readings, your blood sugar readings on that day do not indicate any levels that would be consistent with diabetes.
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Yes, any amount of physical activity can have an affect on your blood sugar. Becoming overheated puts an additional strain that could cause your...
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Hi This info is from livestrong.com Though there's little evidence that cinnamon increases overall metabolism, a number of studies have shown...
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Allegra is an antihistamine and some people do experience side effects, but not low blood sugar. If you are feeling jittery like caffeine each time...
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When your blood sugar goes high and low like that, it means you're not keeping it in tight control. Here are some suggestions.1. Eat small...
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