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What Is The Difference Between Hypoglycemia And Hyperglycemia?

Difference between Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia Body metabolizes food stuff that we eat daily and produces energy for daily activities. Food is taken by mouth, broken down into small pieces by GIT and energy is derived from food in the form of glucose and this glucose is transferred to A constant blood glucose level is necessary for physical work otherwise a person can have complications like getting faint, cramps or convulsions. Blood glucose level has got two phases in the body. One is called ‘fasting blood glucose level’ which is the level of blood sugar without having meals. Second is called ‘random glucose level’ and is described as blood glucose level after having meals. Hypoglycemia Normal blood glucose in fasting condition is up to 126 mg per deciliter. Level of glucose in blood less than 70 mg per dl is labeled as hypoglycemia. It has got different reasons like prolonged fasting, high insulin, mal-absorption due to GIT diseases. It can be diagnosed clinically through symptoms like confusion, sweating and nervousness. But only diagnostic approach is to check blood sugar level so that if present, it can be treated immediately as it can be fatal leading to death. Pe Continue reading >>

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  1. Babybeastte

    So I have looked high and low. Is there a list out there of supplements (i.e BCAA, L-carnitine, creatine etc etc ) that have the potential of kicking you out of keto. Or maybe should I be looking for a particular ingredient other than the obvious (i.e sugar or sugar derivative)?
    My urine ketones seem to drop dramatically after a heavy weight session (which involves supplements as noted above). I always bounce back very quickly, but its good to be in the know.
    Facts: current weight 110, BF 17%, height 5'2", sex F, age 48 soon to be 49. 6 weeks out from my 1st grand master figure comp & excited as heck!! Keto since May 1, 2015 and luv'g it.

  2. anbeav

    Put the ketostix away, you can make no conclusions from the level on the stick. Embrace it, as discussed yesterday, don't second guess what's clearly working for you

  3. rickamore

    Nutritional ketosis relies on empty liver glycogen. That's it. I don't know why people think things like caffeine will "Kick them out of keto". Is it a substantial amount of carbs? No? Then unless it's something that will kill you already (thus halting ketosis) it won't do anything other than at most reduce the amount of circulating ketones in the blood. Which doesn't matter, you'll still produce them as needed unless you start carbs again.

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