Here's what may have happened.
When you exercise, if you don't have enough food on board to sustain the activity level, your brain tells the liver to dump a bunch of stored sugar into your blood stream... It's called the Symogi effect, aka the "dawn phenomenon", because it often happens to create high BGLs in the mornings when you don't eat while you're asleep. It's the reason its so important for diabetics to have regular meals and not skip...
When your body becomes accustomed to less processed sugar, and then you dump a bunch into your blood stream, you can trigger an insulin response--but in diabetics the response regulators have been compromised by the disease, and it over-compensates--and you end up with a 'crash'. NOT a good thing, it's a strain on your remaining pancreas functions, AND low blood glucose levels can be dangerous--even cause death, if extreme enough.
Sugar can be accommodated in a diabetic diet, but it has to count as part of your daily total and should be included with a meal or at the least with some protein to slow absorption. If you HAVE to have M&Ms, make them the ones with peanuts!--and check the amount of carbs! Better yet, go with dark chocolate and peanuts--and better than that?
Skip it, and go find an apple! LOL
At least the apple has soluble fiber in it, which actually helps you maintain your glucose levels at a healthier level!...
You'll get it... keep working at it, look for patterns.
Anything worth doing takes time!...
"The real secret of success is enthusiasm..." Walter P. Chrysler said it, I believe it. That's what I want in my life--to give my imagination a chance, to live with energy and enthusiasm!
Ralph Waldo Emerson said 'Life belongs to the energetic.' But you don't have to be frenetic and hyper--some energy is quiet and steady, like a heartbeat... and that works too! LOL
Life comes in specific increments, which we receive as a gift of one moment at a time. That's why it's called t
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