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Well yesterday I had a pretty good day I guess a better day would be eating perfectly, exercise and getting on the scale to see that I have lost a pound.
But I guess I will start with baby steps
I started the day with blood sugar under 100 so that ws good it was 97 and I ended the day at 94 that was good also.
I did have a instance of low blood sugar before lunch but it passed after lunch. I followed the same diet as before
Smoothie, salad for lunch and salad for dinner no cheating.
I am trying to figure out what kind of exercise that I want to do.
I want something fun and that gives a good workout.
I also did some good reading positive and motivational in between my calls.
I am feeling stronger and happier with every day.
Watching the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills shows that money cannot buy class, they have really been ghetto this season and I do not mean that in a good way.
Andy Cohen is a pimp with a capitol P. I am not buying what ever they are selling.
People have real problems like Diabetes
There are a variety of tests available to check for glucose levels.
1) The “fasting blood sugar” test evaluates glucose levels after a fast – typically 8 hours long. This is why most people take this test the first thing in the morning (where their blood sugar would not be impacted by eating, drinking). This is a test that most pregnant women take as well as anyone that a doctor considers at risk for diabetes. If the test results for the blood fall between 70 and 99, the patient is considered to be at a normal range.
2) The “2 hour postprandial” blood glucose test evaluates sugar levels exactly two hours after eating. If the results for this blood test are between 70 and 99, the patient is considered to have normal glucose levels.
3) Random blood glucose testing tests sugar levels all through the entire day – regardless of food consumption, activity, exercise or sleep. For this test, the blood glucose result level should fall between 70 and 135.
4) The glucose tolerance test is performed where the patient drinks a liquid that is mostly made up of glucose. The purpose of the test is to see the blood’s reaction immediately after a high amount of sugar is consumed and then released into the blood.
Note that every lab performs their blood glucose tests using their own protocols and methods. If you have an issue with erratic blood sugar levels, you might want to consider changing the lab that performs the testing to see if your glucose levels differ at all.
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