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Dealing With Occasional High Blood Sugar Readings

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whenever you get a reading of more than 200mg/dl or more but not more than 250...and u are on oral hypoglycemics then just gulp down 1 litre of water instanty...it will lower your blood sugar.

- Submitted by DRASADAF 11/8/2012 in Living With Diabetes | 5 Comments
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TRYTHEBEST 11/15/2012 6:49:00 PM

    I had a 196 reading...the highest ever! I felt bad, physically & it scared me. I have my treadmill by the back door in the garage. I took my timer & got on the machine & started to walk on "fast burn" for 20 minutes. Rested a bit & checked my sugar....169. Rested 15-20 minutes & went back out on the machine for 15 minutes. My reading was140. I felt much better. I also drink at least one glass of water after every session on the machine. I'm controlled by diet & exercise only. Exercise WORKS!
DITA_GREGORY 1/12/2013 10:56:00 PM

    Try the supplement Gymnema Sylvestre, available at GNC and other health-food stores. It is used in Asia as a natural way to lower blood sugar, and in some animal studies has actually helped regrow cells in the pancreas! It has almost no side effects although it does have a bitter taste, but no after taste. It is not a substitute for other diabetes medications, but it is an aid. Ditto for cinnamon, green tea and spinach.
BOBBIE119 1/4/2013 10:56:00 PM

    That is great info No one has told me that. I have so much to learn emoticon
NAOLEE 12/31/2012 2:04:00 PM

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RUKIDDINGME123 11/26/2012 12:48:00 PM

    Im going to try this...thanks for the tip.

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