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"normal" People - How High Does Glucose Go?

I checked a bunch of athletes after we'd all stopped training for a tea break. Hard on the heels of biscuits and chips and sugars in teas... they ranged between 4.4 (80) and 5.8 (104). My husband was 5 (90) after consuming half a loaf of cinnamon bun (inch thick icing). In the same time frame I blew 13 (234) on a slice of low GI bread (this was pre meds). I was told the ideal is between 4 and 6 at all times. But that there isn't that much data on what happens in that first hour after a meal. my bs was 1,000 + when i found outi had diabetes. obviously i was in the hospital. my vision was almost gone, i had slurred speech, very lathargic ... worst feeling ive ever had in my 44 yrs. so when my levels got down to the 300s i felt wonderful. it was really odd, as they got lower, i was feeling worse!! i felt horrible in the 200"s, it felt really low like i was going to pass out. I was informed by the dr that it was beacuse my levels were way too high for soooo long. 2 months later i fianally got it under control most of the time Continue reading >>

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  1. Tracker

    do non-diabetics spike?

    I am curious whether non-diabetic people spike. I found only contradictory info online. By spike I mean go well above 140 after a carb rich meal.

  2. John.in.France

    Entirely a personal view - as there's no evidence either way, the general consensus is no, someone with a normally functioning pancreas, and not insulin resistance won't normally spike over 140 regardless of his meal.
    I don't think there's a lot of data on non diabetic post prandial readings where the subjects ate normally. On the other hand, if you're talking about guinea pigs in a lab experiment, then all bets are off .

  3. VeeJay

    Why not test some of your family members of friends. That's what others have done. Usually they report that the non-diabetic's BG does not spike, even with a high carb meal. There have been some exceptions, but if their BG spikes, it comes down right away.

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Quote From A Non-diabetic Wearing A Cgm

Just thought I'd share this, below. HUH??? "In all the work with diabetes technology Ive done, Ive worn CGM for long periods of time. I dont have diabetes, but Ill eat a dessert and go up to 200 mg/dl. Ill also drop down to 50 or 60 mg/dl. People with diabetes are comparing themselves to a false standard. The pancreas, for all of the advantages it has, still allows big excursions. Its crazy to think its ideal. -Dr. Steven Russell (Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA) urging people with diabetes not to be too hard on themselves at the 14th North American Conference on Diabetes and Exercise in San Diego, CA, August 17-18. I read this too and was confused. I do agree that people without diabetes have some variability and I think some people with diabetes try to aim for even tighter control than that, but I don't understand how someone can hit 200 after eating and not be considered diabetic. i know. maybe this doctor has something going on that needs to be looked at, maybe pre type 2? I wonder how much time he spends at 200. I know that non-diabetics spike (hence my comment above about some T1s and T2s having *super tight* standards), but I'd guess that time above such a thresh Continue reading >>

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  1. marip1

    I'm pre diabetic and recently had a blood test to check for diabetes, kidney function and liver function. I did not fast. I had eaten about 2 1/2 hours before the test. It showed my glucose 155.
    Is this a normal number to have after 2 1/2 hours after eating? Or should the number be lower?

  2. lowcarbwalking

    marip1:
    I'm pre diabetic and recently had a blood test to check for diabetes, kidney function and liver function. I did not fast. I had eaten about 2 1/2 hours before the test. It showed my glucose 155.
    Is this a normal number to have after 2 1/2 hours after eating? Or should the number be lower?
    Hi marip1,
    A person's blood glucose level 2.5 hours after eating, if they do not have pre-diabetes or diabetes, would be under 100 and most likely in the 80's. As a person with type 2 diabetes my goal at 2 hours after eating is to be under 100 and best case would be if I was back in the 80's range.

  3. marip1

    Does this mean I'm diabetic?

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Non Diabetic High Blood Sugar After Meal.

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community Non Diabetic high blood sugar after meal. Hi , I joined the forum a couple of months ago to help my wife who was diagnosed in 2009, after seeing the "Fixing Dad" story on tv. She has been following LCHF and testing sugar levels to see what affects her. I have checked my levels a few times out of curiosity as I used to eat a lot of carbs and sugar, although a fasting blood test last July was 5.1. Went out for a birthday meal last night, not very healthy, Not sure why but I checked my sugar level when we got home 2hrs later and it was 9.9, I don't know what is was before eating, fasting level this morning was 5.5. @Csarscott A blood sugar in the 10s does happen occasionally after a large meal if you're not diabetic, but if you have concerns you could see your doctor for a proper test just to check all is ok. You can also visit a local pharmacy who will do a spot test usually free of charge. The result will depend on how long since the last meal - same for the GP assuming he also does a spot finger-prick test. DavidGrahamJones Type 2 Well-Known Member Not sure why b Continue reading >>

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  1. Jenny121

    How high does a non diabetic's bg peak?

    I was just curious on what a normal peak number is for a non diabetic. Does their blood sugar get up to close to 200 and then drop back to normal by 1 hour or do they never get above 140 to begin with?

  2. qsefthuko

    That is much debated. Some swear a non diabetic rarely goes over 120. Studies do indicted at least some go higher. Can't remember just how high.

  3. FastingGlucose

    140 seems to be a very common peak. In some rare cases can go up to 180.
    Either way once it reached that peak it won't stay there for more than 5 mins, and will drop very fast.

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