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Thanks...had asked it over there too. Some of your other posts are incredibly helpful. Thank you!
Good Morning...Great question ! ! ! And We want you to Ask Questions ! ! !
I surely would ask it on the Managing Diabetes Group threads rather than here.
This team is SOOOO Inactive. I'll start a thread there for you.
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Edited by: GEMINI-SKY at: 4/22/2011 (06:07)
Patti / NE Ohio
Leader Putting Foods Up
Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain. Vivian Greene
Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.
Dr has me testing one hour after my biggest meal, which for me is lunch. We're doing this for a month to see where my numbers go. No goals were discussed other than to try and get the levels more balanced.
What is hoped for at a one hour post meal test? I'm running 137 to 147 to 151. None of the meals are high in carbs.
Thank you for your patience. I know I'm asking questions. Thanks again!