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SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 3,309
4/26/16 6:31 A

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Your liver processes more glucose than is needed into your bloodstream, especially at night....so the insulin resistance prevents your muscle and fat cells from using the sugar and then your blood glucose level rises......

Try eating a snack two hours before bedtime a small carb and protein...that should help keep you blood sugar balanced.

MILIARDM Posts: 3
4/24/16 8:59 A

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I took your suggestion on the meter and went to Walmart and bought the RELION. It was only $9.00 and strips were the same price for 100 and lancet was 6. 00. So for less then $25.00 I got all the supplies to get started. I watched a you tube on how to set everything up and the procedure.

My morning level, before eating, (I just drank 16 oz. water) was 119. I had a veggies omlette for breakfast with 1 egg whole and 1 egg white, onions, peppers, mushrooms, spinach, broccoli and 1/4 cup cheddar cheese. 1 hour later it was 110. 2 hour later 102.
My fasting glucose from the lab in March was 100.

I am just wondering why it would be so high in the AM when I did not eat yet???

Once again, I am glad I came and asked. I wouldn't have knows where to start.



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