Dean Pomerleau Posted July 13, 2016 Report Share Posted July 13, 2016 Tasbin, @Dean wrote "So I tested my blood glucose once again this morning...... I then went on a brisk 30min walk. When I got back I tested it again, 45min after finishing my meal. It was 94 mg/dL. Given my history of IGT, It looks like I'm doing something right." But you are cheating . What would be your PP BS without exercice before & after the meal? Do you still have a IGT and only manage it with exercice? Cheating!? Did you actually read the text you deleted and replaced by ellipses (i.e. "...")? What it said before you so rudely deleted it in your quote was: Ten minutes after I finished eating, and over 2 hours since I started eating my meal (which BTW is front-loaded with most of the carbs and fruit) my glucose was 106 mg/dL. During the 10 minutes between the end of my meal and my extremely respectable postprandial blood glucose reading of 106 mg/dL, I was engaging in my rather obsessive oral hygiene routine. While I readily acknowledge that routine is quite rigorous, I seriously doubt flossing and interdental picking my teeth is the kind of rigorous activity that might bring down my glucose dramatically ☺. --Dean Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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