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Re: hypoglycemia, cause or the result?

Posted by ixus on May 16, 2005, at 1:36:55

In reply to Re: hypoglycemia, cause or the result? ixus, posted by Phillipa on May 15, 2005, at 22:03:19

> Ixus, Your blood sugar is in the normal range. Anything over l00 is considered prediabetic. Over l20 and you have definite high blood sugar. So you have a very good blood sugar. It's not too low. Eat 6 high protein small meals a day. This will help to stabalize your blood sugar. Protein is digested much slower than a simple carbohydrate as sugar, bread, etc. And fats are the slowest to metabolize. Fondly, Phillipa

Hi Phillipa,
hypoglycemia is an opposite condition to hiperglycemia (diabetic). 60 mg/dl is not a normal value.
/ixus


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