... om 222 lbs to 208 lbs. HDL went from 30 to 39. Triglycerides went from 243 to 119. All with in a month. Somehow my LDL went up from 143 to 145. Glucose went from 129 to 97 fasting. Cholesterol went from 222 to 208. My cholesterol is borderline. I need to work on lowering that. I can take some vitamin d to up that. ... (0 replies)
... However if you want , you can do as my wife did when diagnosed two years ago with a blood sugar of 500 fasting and also high cholesterol. Did you ever thnk of that combo? ... (7 replies)
... Why Do I Feel Shaky and "hypo" When I Achieve Normal Blood Sugars? ... (34 replies)
... it is high carbs but has these net carbs that bring the carbs down to like 5 carbs and are not suppose to raise your blood sugar as long as you cook them el dente. ... (34 replies)
... I spoke with a nurse today and my A1C was 6.5 my fasting blood sugar on september 17th was 118 ml and on september 30th it was 129 ml
she said the normal for the A1Cshould be 5.9.
what would be a typical days menu for a diabetic.
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... I thought I might be having low blood sugar symptoms so a nurse friend of mine suggested I take my glucose levels for a few days to see a pattern. ... (4 replies)
... My doctor told me to monitor my blood sugar 5 min, 30 min, 90 min, and 120 min. ... (1 replies)
... From reading here & elsewhere around the internet, I've come across various numbers concerning various tests, levels, etc. I'm accepting the following as "normal" levels as guidelines for my own use, goals, etc, as a non-insulin dependant type II. Any comments about these numbers or other tests or levels that should be checked on a regular basis would be most welcomed.
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... his reading was 402. However he has also drunk a couple caffine free pepsi over a period of a hour. My friend said this would boost up the sugar level but not to that high level. ... (6 replies)
... Get a copy of "Dr. Bernsteins Diabetes Solution" and/or "The Protein Power Lifeplan". Both of these books advocate reducing the amount of carbohydrates, and in particular sugar and starches (white floor, corn, rice, etc.) to bring bloodsugar and cholesterol levels back under control. Alan S. (3 replies)