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Exercise sugars

Diabetes/Endocrine System | Last Active: Jan 12 4:48pm | Replies (3)

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To answer the question about blood sugar rise with exercise and no food, the body may be burning fat as a result of the exercise. The blood sugar is not steady on a 24 hour period, but goes up and down, with the highest number being two hours after eating. Then the number drops and begins a slow rise back to what is normal for your condition. Numbers above 200 on a regular basis are problematic, but the lower numbers are a record of your body metabolism according to what you eat and your exercise load. Dorisena

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I was taught that the higher the blood sugar rises after a rich meal, the lower it can drop two hours later, and then it begins the slow rise again. We can control those numbers with our eating habits and exercise. But the rise and lowering of the blood sugar is a normal prst of our metabolism. High numbers tell us that the pancreas is not working efficiently and that we can control the problem a great deal with how and what we eat. I do believe that some healthy people can reverse their type two diabetes, but different people are different.
Always remember that sugar doesn't have any vitamins of helpful nutrients except that it can provide some energy. So why eat it?
Dorisena