I've noticed something... The later I eat, and the more I eat late at night, the lower my FBS is in the morning! I think it has something to do with keeping the blood sugar level more at an even keel, or at least higher, while I'm asleep. So that I don't experience the phenominon of a higher FBS. I don't exactly know how or why it works.. but it has something to do with how much glucogen is released from the liver when blood sugar is at a low point (like while we are sleeping overnight).
I read about this in Diane Kress' book about diabetes control. I don't agree with all of her ideas, but I think she is on to something with this issue.
What have you other team members experienced?
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