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How Does Eating Affect Your Blood Sugar?

Part 1 of 8 What is blood sugar? Blood sugar, also known as blood glucose, comes from the food you eat. Your body creates blood sugar by digesting some food into a sugar that circulates in your bloodstream. Blood sugar is used for energy. The sugar that isn’t needed to fuel your body right away gets stored in cells for later use. Too much sugar in your blood can be harmful. Type 2 diabetes is a disease that is characterized by having higher levels of blood sugar than what is considered within normal limits. Unmanaged diabetes can lead to problems with your heart, kidneys, eyes, and blood vessels. The more you know about how eating affects blood sugar, the better you can protect yourself against diabetes. If you already have diabetes, it’s important to know how eating affects blood sugar. Part 2 of 8 Your body breaks down everything you eat and absorbs the food in its different parts. These parts include: carbohydrates proteins fats vitamins and other nutrients The carbohydrates you consume turn into blood sugar. The more carbohydrates you eat, the higher the levels of sugar you will have released as you digest and absorb your food. Carbohydrates in liquid form consumed by thems Continue reading >>

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  1. wannabemammy

    Hi everyone!
    I am just back from America today and I couldn't get over the size of the diabetes care sections in the chemists! I ended up buying loads of supplies! Anyway one thing that I picked up at a CVS pharmacy was an at home hba1c test. I had this done 2 weeks before my holiday and it was 7.8. I improved some what coming up to my holiday and when I did the at home test it was 7.5 so I would say it is pretty accurate! Does anybody know if these are available to buy in the UK or Ireland? I'm from Ireland but have relations in the U.K. that could send it onto me! I really do think that being able to monitor this myself will keep me motivated and help me get my A1C down to my target of 7%

  2. urbanracer

    Interesting, I see the same device comes up on the internet branded as a Bayer product with very positive user reviews. Found one person who claimed that the device returned the same number as the lab with tests done on the same day!
    There is another (non Bayer) version of it available on ebay..............

  3. AndBreathe

    wannabemammy said: ↑
    Hi everyone!
    I am just back from America today and I couldn't get over the size of the diabetes care sections in the chemists! I ended up buying loads of supplies! Anyway one thing that I picked up at a CVS pharmacy was an at home hba1c test. I had this done 2 weeks before my holiday and it was 7.8. I improved some what coming up to my holiday and when I did the at home test it was 7.5 so I would say it is pretty accurate! Does anybody know if these are available to buy in the UK or Ireland? I'm from Ireland but have relations in the U.K. that could send it onto me! I really do think that being able to monitor this myself will keep me motivated and help me get my A1C down to my target of 7%
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    I have used these kits, although branded Bayer, as highlighted by urbanracer. Like you, I found them to be very close to my lab results, when I did a very small calibration trial.
    They are available in the UK from a couple of places. BHR Pharmaceuticals: http://www.bhr.co.uk/home-user-products/a1cnow-2-test-pack-home-user-test?___SID=U . BHR also used to do a 10 test kit which was very much cheaper per test, but no longer sell that to Home Users, only Professionals.
    Miller Medical Supplies does the 10 test kit and a 20 test option, and you can see how much cheaper per test they are: http://www.millermedicalsupplies.com/diagnostics/blood-testing/a1cnow
    If you are considering buying a larger box, then I would suggest you call and ask about the current expiry dates on the kits. The ones I have had have had decent expiry dates, but bearing in mind how often there is likely to be any meaningful difference in the test result, you need to consider if you could get through the tests.
    Last time I had a 10 kit, I ended up giving the last couple away as I was about to go overseas for 3 months and the fridges at home would be going off (Yes, then need to be kept cool). As you already know (but just writing this for anyone thinking giving the tests and reader away would be unhygienic in any way), the tests themselves are in sealed units, with all "live" elements disposable. The reader does not store historic results and once the test cassette is removed after reading, it can be wiped down simply with an alcohol wipe.
    I have used both suppliers and found them absolutely fine. As the package is delivered with a cool pack inside the parcel, it's useful to consider where it is delivered to, if you're not going to be around. Of course the weather is cooler now, but I wouldn't really want them going back to a sorting office to wait for me to collect.
    I hope that helps.

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How Do Fats & Proteins Affect Blood Sugar Levels?

After you eat, your blood sugar levels increase and trigger the release of insulin, an important hormone in managing how your body uses glucose. Different types of nutrients affect blood sugar differently, and maintaining an appropriate intake of carbohydrates, proteins and fats will help control blood sugar levels and prevent or manage metabolic diseases like Type 2 diabetes. Carbohydrates, proteins and fats are the three macronutrients your body needs. Carbohydrates are primarily used for energy, while proteins are important for rebuilding tissue, and fats are important for maintaining cell membranes and facilitating vitamin absorption, among other functions. Carbohydrates have the most significant impact on blood sugar, so carbohydrate intake should be monitored closely by individuals with or at risk for Type 2 diabetes. Protein's Effects on Blood Sugar Compared to carbohydrates, protein keeps blood sugar levels steady. When consumed alone, protein does not generate a rise in blood sugar. According to a study published in 2003 in “American Society for Clinical Nutrition,” individuals with Type 2 diabetes who maintained a 30:40:30 intake ratio of protein to carbohydrates to f Continue reading >>

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  1. ritahelen

    My doctor told me about a year ago that my fasting blood sugar was a little high. This surprised me because I am very, very active. I run and swim and bike. I am also thin, I am about 5'6, 100 pounds, 51 and female. I am very strong, very athletic, NOT a candidate. How can I be pre-diabetic? Last year, when she first told me fasting sugar was high I got an A1c. It was 5.8. Now, a year later with extra care, I just learned that it is 5.9. Diabetes is in my family, yes, but if anything, I have trouble being too low, not high. Sometimes I wake up in the night, dizzy, nauseated, feeling very bad. I will sweat what feels like ice water, I think I am going to die. Then, I have a juice or an orange, and I get better. My diabetic brother taught me to do this. Believe me, it is horrible to crash like that. I hate it, but it makes me wonder, how can my sugar be high if this happens? And how am I supposed to eat? How can I have the energy that I need to run? I am training for my 9th marathon. I need to eat! For example, if I eat right before a run, in my 3rd mile, maybe 15 minutes in, I will start to crash, clammy, cold, dizzy, disoriented. Sometimes it is very bad. I get through it, and I have learned to eat an hour before the run to avoid it. What does this mean? Will my blood sugar keep going up?

  2. catheryn

    Just because you take care of yourself doesn't mean your risk is 0%. If it's in your family sometimes you will get it even if you do everything you're supposed to be doing. Your age and the fact that you have a family history is just seemingly outweighing the fact that you are active and not overweight. The fact that you have it in your family and the fact that you're over 45 does make you a candidate, unfortunately.

  3. Oleander53

    My brother who is slim and athletic became an Insulin Dependant Diabetic at age 48. He has never smoked, rarely drinks, had a very clean diet..... Well that was 12 years ago...Our Grandmother had Diabetes...our parents did not.
    I am on medication now for Insulin resistance. I am average, very athletic, clean diet, do not smoke....I started having trouble with my weight and knew something was up. I also had a change in my energy...... My blood sugars are great but my 2 hour PP Insulin was sky high so I am on Janumet in hopes of preventing diabetes....I feel great on it.
    You had better get a 2 hour PP glucose and Insulin done and see what is going on with you.. How high is your fasting blood sugar? Hypoglycemia can be connected to Insulin resistance and pre diabetes. Make sure you are eating enough protien and frequent meals while training....
    Make sure to take care of yourself........O

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What Foods Cause High Blood Sugar Levels?

Glucose is sugar from foods that’s formed in your body, used for energy and stored. It's your main energy source, but too much sugar in your blood, known as hyperglycemia, causes serious health consequences. Chronic hyperglycemia damages your blood vessels and tissues and increases your risk of heart disease, stroke, vision and nerve problems, kidney disease and diabetes. Reduce your risk for health problems by minimizing foods in your diet that spike blood sugar levels. Video of the Day Avoid Refined Grains Refined grains, including white rice, pastas and breads, are processed to remove their bran and germ, which also removes the fiber. Without fiber, your body converts the carbohydrate more rapidly into glucose, which quickly raises your blood sugar levels. Opt for whole grains, such as brown rice, quinoa and whole-wheat breads and pastas. The fiber content causes a slower, steadier increase in blood sugar. Consuming enough fiber also reduces your risk for Type 2 diabetes, constipation, obesity and certain cancers. Select the least-processed whole grain to minimize blood sugar spikes even more. For example, choose steel-cut oats over instant oatmeal. Stick With Fresh Fruit Frui Continue reading >>

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  1. Tabacblond

    Can you advise on chewing gum or sugar free

    that doesn't raise BS. Everything I look into has maltitol sirup.
    What about pure xylitol? How do count it? Everything seems to raise my blood sugar these days.
    I had my hopes on Stevia chewing gum but it also contains maltitol...
    Please help

  2. jwags

    Your meter should give you the answer.

  3. gap2368

    at this time gum does not raise my BS but im still in the honey moon phase so I may be a bad person to go by. but I would test and see what your meter says

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