Tests for Diabetes

Checking your fasting blood glucose (sugar) levels makes a difference when it comes to successfully managing your diabetes. But are you also making sure to test your blood glucose levels after you eat - Madeline R. Vann, MPH

Tests for Diabetes

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When your “normal” blood sugar isn’t normal (Part 1)

Here’s the thing. We’ve confused normal with common. Just because something is common, doesn’t mean it’s normal. It’s now becoming common for kids to be overweight and diabetic because they eat nothing but refined flour, high-fructose corn syrup and industrial seed oils. Yet I don’t think anyone (even the ADA) would argue that being fat and metabolically deranged is even remotely close to normal for kids. Or adults, for that matter.

In the same way, the guidelines the so-called authorities like the ADA have set for normal blood sugar may be common, but they’re certainly not normal. Unless you think it’s normal for people to develop diabetic complications like neuropathy, retinopathy…

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