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What makes my blood glucose go up-- and down?

and 101 other frequently asked questions about your blood glucose levels

by Janette Brand Miller

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Published by Marlowe & Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diabetes -- Popular works,
  • Blood sugar -- Popular works,
  • Hypoglycemia -- Popular works,
  • Hyperglycemia -- Popular works

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJennie Brand-Miller, Kay Foster-Powell, Rick Mendosa.
    GenrePopular works.
    ContributionsFoster-Powell, Kaye., Mendosa, Rick.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC660.4 .B736 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 196 p. :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22999371M
    ISBN 101569245746
    LC Control Number2002038693

    : What Makes My Blood Glucose Levels Go Up and Down?: And Other Frequently Asked Questions about Your Blood Glucose Levels. Jennie Brand-Miller, Kay () by Brand Miller, Janette and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at /5(14). When you go to bed, your blood sugar reading is , but when you wake up in the morning, it has shot up to Why does this happen? To understand how blood sugar levels can rise overnight without your eating anything, we have to look at where glucose comes from — and where it goes — while we sleep.

      Your body runs mainly on carbohydrates if given the choice. sporstmen, children, intellectuals, workers. It is normal for your blood sugar to go up after a meal. For the cells to get sugar from the blood, blood sugar has to go up. Thats how you feed your cells. What is not normal is insulin resistance that causes blood sugar to remain elevated.   Yes, my fasting glucose went up a bit (77 to 99) BUT my A1c went DOWN, my post meal glucose went way down and my triglycerides went way, way, way down. My HDL went up. By all meaningful measures low carb has dramatically improved my health.

      Booktopia has The New Glucose Revolution What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up and Down?, Frequently Asked Questions About Your Blood Glucose Levels by David Mendosa. Buy a discounted Paperback of The New Glucose Revolution What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up and Down? online from Australia's leading online : Paperback. Since carbohydrates are your body's main source of glucose, eating too little food or not eating often enough can easily result in low blood sugar. Additionally, vigorous exercise increases the amount of insulin produced in your body, which breaks down blood sugar. As a result, too much insulin production often results in low blood sugar levels.


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Food, diabetes medicines, and physical activity have the most effect on blood glucose levels most of the time, but there are other things that can raise or lower blood glucose. Here’s a list of some of what can make your blood glucose go up, go down, or go down too much — resulting in hypoglycemia.

Eating carbohydrate-containing foods. The New Glucose Revolution What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up and Down?: Frequently Asked Questions About Your Blood Glucose Levels [Brand-Miller M.D., Dr. Jennie, Foster-Powell MND, Kaye, Mendosa, David, Foster-Powell MND, Kaye] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up And Down. And Other Frequently Asked Questions About Your Blood Glucose Levels4/4(10). Provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about blood glucose levels and discusses a vast array of concerns, dispelling common myths and furnishing readers with valuable information that will help them monitor and control their glucose levels to optimize lifelong health/5.

The New Glucose Revolution What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up and Down?: Frequently Asked Questions About Your Blood Glucose Levels Average Price: $   Hypoglycemia occurs when a person's blood sugar levels drop too low.

It can cause dizziness, confusion, and loss of consciousness, among other symptoms. While diabetes is the most common cause of. Fasting & elevated blood glucose. Type 2 diabetes for 20+ years. Started keto with intermittent fasting in January Why would my fasting blood glucose numbers during my hour fast be elevated, then come down to normal ranges after.

The dawn phenomenon is a normal physiological process where certain hormones in our body work to raise blood glucose levels before we wake Author: David Mendosa. Food is, of course, the major reason why blood glucose levels go up. We divided the book into short chapters, 18 of which we devoted to increases caused by : David Mendosa.

Wearing my new Guardian REAL-Time continuous glucose monitor continues to give me a lot more help in controlling my glucose levels than I ever expected.

Few people who don’t have type 1 diabetes have used continuous monitors until recently. Most of the people with type 2 who have been using them take insulin, which makes glucose control critical.

But I have type 2, don’t use insulin, and. Buy a cheap copy of The New Glucose Revolution What Makes My book by Jennie Brand-Miller. Jennie Brand-Miller and Kaye Foster-Powell — authors of the New York Times best-seller The New Glucose Revolution,— and David Mendosa, a leading diabetes Free shipping over $/5(5).

Several factors can contribute to high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) in people with diabetes, including food and physical activity choices, some medications, and skipping or not taking enough glucose-lowering medication.

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: Hachette Books. A second cause why does my sugar go up after exercise. is highly vigorous exercise. The more intense exercise is, the greater the secretion of glucose from the liver.

During the strenuous session, stress hormones will be secreted in large quantities which will then stimulate the liver to release glucose. What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up And Down.

I’m listed as the third of three authors. But, hey, you’ve got to start somewhere, and this is my first book. One of my co-authors, Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller, professor of nutrition at the University of Sydney in Australia, previously published 16.

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Your blood sugar went up because you exercised. Weird, huh. Here's how it works: Your body has two glucose-regulating hormones: insulin, which helps cells to absorb glucose so that they can use it, and glucagon, which tells your body's liver and fat cells to.

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