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How Are Hyperglycemia And Diabetes Connected?

The term used to describe high blood glucose or blood sugar is hyperglycemia. When we eat food, the carbohydrate in food breaks down into sugar and goes into the bloodstream. The pancreas releases insulin when this happens. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas that "unlocks" the body's cells, allowing the sugar go from the blood and into the cells. The cells in the body use this sugar for energy. When the body does not make any or enough insulin, or when the cells are unable to use the insulin correctly, blood sugar levels go up. Contents of this article: Hyperglycemia and diabetes Hyperglycemia is common in people with diabetes. People with prediabetes are also at an increased risk. Prediabetes refers to blood sugar levels that are higher than normal but are not as high as they are for diabetes. Diabetes causes high blood sugar levels two main ways. Either there is a lack of insulin, as is the case with type 1 diabetes, or the body doesn't respond properly to insulin. In prediabetes, it is usually due to the cells not responding correctly. In type 2 diabetes, it is usually a combination. Causes of hyperglycemia There are several causes of hyperglycemia that are related to Continue reading >>

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  1. jjcj

    I keep reading about these strips but not sure where to get them or what to ask for. I am in Canada if that makes a difference.
    Thanks in advance for any and all help.

  2. Lekker

    Hi jjcj,
    I'm in Canada too, but I haven't found the strips...although I haven't looked very hard, I just browsed a couple drug stores, then gave up. I'm sure they're out there though - I heard that diabetics used to use them(?). So maybe if you explain at the drugstore to the pharmecist, they might know what you're talking about. Maybe they keep them behind the coutner. Froufy might be your best bet, though, for knowing what they might be called up here.
    To be honest, I can find nothing in Canada except for Splenda, so I've pretty much given up many of those things. Although maybe because I'm in Quebec it's a bit tougher to find some of these things??

  3. StarPrincess

    I'm assuming you're talking about the ketone testing strips? They come under lots of names and I've seen them range from $11 - $17 here in the states. There's frequently auctions on ebay for them.
    I personally don't use them anymore. They were fun for just "checking in" to see how I was doing, but I've since learned that I'm doing just fine and don't need to risk peeing on my hand to find out

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Hyperglycemia is the term given to when your blood sugar levels are higher than 10 mmol/L. Blood sugar levels levels exceeding 7 mmol/L can damage internal organs, however, symptoms may not develop until blood glucose levels exceed 15 mmol/L so it's worth knowing about the symptoms of hyperglycemia and how to recognise the symptoms. Read more about hyperglycemia at: http://www.diabetes.co.uk/Diabetes-an...

Hyperglycemia

Not to be confused with the opposite disorder, hypoglycemia. Hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar (also spelled hyperglycaemia or hyperglycæmia) is a condition in which an excessive amount of glucose circulates in the blood plasma. This is generally a blood sugar level higher than 11.1 mmol/l (200 mg/dl), but symptoms may not start to become noticeable until even higher values such as 15–20 mmol/l (~250–300 mg/dl). A subject with a consistent range between ~5.6 and ~7 mmol/l (100–126 mg/dl) (American Diabetes Association guidelines) is considered slightly hyperglycemic, while above 7 mmol/l (126 mg/dl) is generally held to have diabetes. For diabetics, glucose levels that are considered to be too hyperglycemic can vary from person to person, mainly due to the person's renal threshold of glucose and overall glucose tolerance. On average however, chronic levels above 10–12 mmol/L (180–216 mg/dL) can produce noticeable organ damage over time. Signs and symptoms[edit] The degree of hyperglycemia can change over time depending on the metabolic cause, for example, impaired glucose tolerance or fasting glucose, and it can depend on treatment.[1] Temporary hyperglycemia is often b Continue reading >>

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  1. emberleo

    Hi guys this may be tmi but I just want to see what I can do to fix it or what I'm doing wrong. I'm closing out my 3rd week on this diet and the last couple of days I've had the real strong urine smell from ketosis and rash like symptoms. Am I not drinking enough water potentially? Or eating too much protein potentially? I'm not feeling too well. I feel a bit weighed down with acid. Any advice would be appreciated.

  2. Art3mis

    the urine smell will pass (or maybe i do not notice it as much YEEP!)....the rash i can not speak to, however, could be just the stress your body is going through while it adjusts, OR it could be your sensitive to something in the IP packets, OR it could be not related at all.
    a few questions...
    how much water are you drinking?
    where is the rash? all over, certain places? does anything make it go away, or is it always there?
    have you ever had your Blood sugar tested? if so, how long ago?
    describe the "not feeling too well"....while your body is adjusting you will feel like poop but its kinda certain symptoms...so what are yours?

  3. Jez

    What does weighed down with acid mean?

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A A A There are two main forms of diabetes: Type 1 diabetes: Absent or low insulin levels prevent cells from taking up and using sugar for energy, thus requiring insulin injections Type 2 diabetes: Cellular resistance to insulin reduces glucose uptake, often requiring medication to improve the sensitivity of cells to insulin Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) is the most common form of diabetic reaction. A low blood sugar reaction is caused by increased exertion or increased demand for glucose. The body may "run out" of stored glucose more quickly, thus bringing on a hypoglycemic attack. Persistent intake of excessive alcohol may cause this reaction, because alcohol decreases glucose stores in the liver. High blood sugar (hyperglycemia) is a common problem for people with diabetes. High blood sugar can be brought on by infections or other significant stresses that cause the body to decrease cell uptake of glucose. A decrease in cell uptake of glucose leads to high blood sugar levels as well as the alternative use of fats by starving cells for energy. Fat breakdown increases the acidity of the blood and worsens symptoms of high blood sugar. Symptoms of diabetic reaction depends on the t Continue reading >>

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  1. Inkey-2008

    My wife and I have been low carbing for over month.
    I use keto sticks and have been in ketosis since the end of the first week.
    I was using MFP to monitor what we are eating And it says we should be losing weight,
    I have weighed out food etc used the bar code scanner which is good. But the weight will not move. (
    We have eggs bacon mushrooms cooked in butter.
    lunch is salad with fish or ham with mayo and coleslaw
    dinner tonight was 2 small pork belly slices grilled, mix veg stir fry.
    coffee with double cream
    fruit berries in sugar free jelly with double cream.
    Our only direct carbs are from milk.
    most days carbs are below 20
    We are thinking of cutting back the protien by going veggie at lunch and dinner a couple of days a week.
    Andy

  2. carol anne

    Inkey-2008 said: ↑
    My wife and I have been low carbing for over month.
    I use keto sticks and have been in ketosis since the end of the first week.
    I was using MFP to monitor what we are eating And it says we should be losing weight,
    I have weighed out food etc used the bar code scanner which is good. But the weight will not move. (
    We have eggs bacon mushrooms cooked in butter.
    lunch is salad with fish or ham with mayo and coleslaw
    dinner tonight was 2 small pork belly slices grilled, mix veg stir fry.
    coffee with double cream
    fruit berries in sugar free jelly with double cream.
    Our only direct carbs are from milk.
    most days carbs are below 20
    We are thinking of cutting back the protien by going veggie at lunch and dinner a couple of days a week.
    Andy
    Click to expand... All the fats in your diet are calories so how can you lose weight is cream butter belly pork lean meat olive oil skimmed milk is better

  3. Robbity

    carol anne said: ↑
    All the fats in your diet are calories so how can you lose weight is cream butter belly pork lean meat olive oil skimmed milk is better
    @carol anne - you need to read up on low carb high fat diets - plenty of people on this forum are losing weight this way, and it's an excellent diet for diabetics, because it also helps reduce high blood glucose levels. It's carbohydrates not fat that are the problem, and skimmed milk is full of carbohydrates, so isn't appropriate for this type of diet.
    @Inkey-2008 :
    It's possible to in ketosis and not lose weight - it's not of itself a weight loss diet - you still do need to take care of total calories. I know because I'm currently in this same position!
    Check with one of the keto specific nutritional calculators, e.g. http://www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/DietMakeupCalc.php or http://www.ruled.me/keto-calculator/, and see how they compare with what MFP is telling you. Jenny Ruhl's mini book advertised on the phlaunt calculator page may also be helpful.
    Maybe ditch the milk too for lactose free or something like Alpro unsweetened almond milk, and check carefully for hidden sugars in the mayo and coleslaw if they're not homemade.
    Robbity

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