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Treating Low Blood Sugar

You are at risk of having a low blood sugar reaction if you: Skip or delay a meal or snack Take too much insulin or eat too few carbohydrates Exercise Drink alcohol, especially without eating carbohydrates Check your blood sugar if you have any of these symptoms: Weakness and/or fatigue Headache Sweating Anxiety Dizziness Shaking Increased heartbeat If your blood sugar is less than 70 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl): Eat 15 to 30 grams of carbohydrate (sample foods listed below) Wait 15 minutes and then recheck your blood sugar If your blood sugar is still less than 100 mg/dl, take another 15 grams of carbohydrate and retest your blood sugar in another 15 minutes. Repeat if necessary. Important: If you have frequent low blood sugars speak to your doctor. You may need changes in your medication and/or meal plan. Quick Carbohydrate Guide for Treating Low Blood Sugars If your blood sugar is less than 70 mg/dl, you need 15 to 30 grams of a quickly absorbed carbohydrate, like the ones listed below. Each of the following servings provides 15 grams of carbohydrate. Candies and Other Sweets 5 small gum drops 12 gummy bears 6 large jelly beans 5 Life Savers 15 Skittles 1 Tablespoon honey, Continue reading >>

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    Eating the right foods helps control your blood sugar level and prevent diabetes complications. Some foods are rich in certain nutrients which help stabilize blood sugar levels, it protects your heart, and also protect your vision from the damaging effects of diabetes.
    Research shows that making some important changes in your diet such as eating more of lean protein, fewer refined carbohydrates and so on, and helps improve blood-sugar control and reduce the damaging effects of diabetes. That is why in this article, I have compiled the list of best foods that lower blood sugar instantly....https://xpinomedia.com/list-foods-lower-blood-sugar-instantly/

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    maaxpro:
    Eating the right foods helps control your blood sugar level and prevent diabetes complications. Some foods are rich in certain nutrients which help stabilize blood sugar levels, it protects your heart, and also protect your vision from the damaging effects of diabetes.
    Research shows that making some important changes in your diet such as eating more of lean protein, fewer refined carbohydrates and so on, and helps improve blood-sugar control and reduce the damaging effects of diabetes. That is why in this article, I have compiled the list of best foods that lower blood sugar instantly....https://xpinomedia.com/list-foods-lower-blood-sugar-instantly/

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    [/quote][quote author=maaxpro post=63657096]Eating the right foods helps control your blood sugar level and prevent diabetes complications. Some foods are rich in certain nutrients which help stabilize blood sugar levels, it protects your heart, and also protect your vision from the damaging effects of diabetes.
    Research shows that making some important changes in your diet such as eating more of lean protein, fewer refined carbohydrates and so on, and helps improve blood-sugar control and reduce the damaging effects of diabetes. That is why in this article, I have compiled the list of best foods that lower blood sugar instantly....https://xpinomedia.com/list-foods-lower-blood-sugar-instantly/

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