Checking my glc twice a day and emailing results to my diabetes nurse has allowed me to control my glc faster than waiting for my appt w the doctor. Instead of months, my glc was in control within 6 weeks.
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Always test your blood sugar at least twice a day (or more) to get an accurate picture of how you are doing during the day.This is important because you may have high blood sugar, or low blood sugar and not even know it. Sometimes when it happens you may not feel any symptions and that could get you in trouble.208
Cherries are als foods that lower blood sugar.Avocado contains fiber to help slow down blood sugar increases when added to a meal.Eat small slices of avocado through the day to balance blood sugar. Sweet Potatoes will digest slowly. Sweet Potatoes have positive affect on insulin.Cinnamon has magnesium, which also helps in controlling blood sugar. Cinnamon can help lower your blood sugar. Cinnamon is one of the best things a diabetic can eat to control blood sugar, try some cinnamon stick coffee
cinnamon on apples or baked apples, just try some! Cinnamon can help lower your blood sugar, a cinnamon pill a day for three weeks should show some results. It did for me.
Most cough Syrup contain sugar, which can affect blood glucose levels, and also blood pressure. I found a cough syrup that has no sugar or sodium. It's called Diabetic Tussin and it's available at Walmart. Also If you're diagnosed with flu, it's very important to check blood sugar readings several times a day
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