2 more constellation and my sucrose will finally be glucose
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There’s nothing wrong with those glucose readings Tina
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9 health benefits of beans. 'Beans may help stabilize blood glucose levels or even prevent diabetes. Beans are high in fiber, which can help lower blood glucose.' medicalnewstoday.com/arti…
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Does my lack of blood glucose response mean that I'm not digesting foods properly?

I've recently tracked my blood glucose response to several different sources of carbohydrates.

My response to 250kCal (43g carb) of oats was what you would expect, however 250kCal (48g carb) of white rice showed almost no change in my blood glucose levels.

Could this be due to my body not digesting the rice properly? Meaning the rice just passes through and no sugar is absorbed?

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Continuous Glucose monitor arrived today!
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Yeah, having type 1 diabetes sucks, but non diabetics ("glucose metabolising fucks" as my dad calls em) will never know the satisfaction of a 3am low hunger and a fridge/pantry full of goodies to gorge on to counteract it.
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Passed my 1 hour glucose test with flying colors!

I was so scared that I would fail but my number was 113, not even close to failing ! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

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Life labs glucose test FAIL

I am currently at a LifeLabs in Toronto. To take the glucose test, I was told to take off my mask and drink it in front of the girl. This was in reception. There were 7 people in line. I was so shocked but I did it. I asked for a room to do it in and she said you can fo it here. I can’t believe that I was asked to take off the mask and drink this drink.

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Taking my Glucose Test Today

Going to update this as it goes just so I can share my experience for all of you who still have this to look forward to.

I’m 28 weeks and had my test scheduled for 9:30am. I was a little late because of rain and people being crazy and then because I couldn’t find a parking spot.

I checked in, did my normal urine test and waited outside the lab room. My nurse came out, handed me a small bottle of orange liquid and told me that I had 5 minutes to drink it and, after I did, I couldn’t have anything to eat or drink for an hour. This includes water.

There’s another lady sitting six feet away from me and she whispered, β€œChug it. It tastes like crap.” I proceed to try to chug it but cannot because good Lord SO much carbonation. Overall, taste wasn’t bad. Reminded me of orange Fanta soda but slightly different. Also, it just felt like heartburn. Finished that bad boy in a minute, knocked on the door to let my nurse know, and the hour began. Will update with results and such when I get them. So far so good. πŸ™‚

Update: So while I waited, I was able to see my doctor and have my regular appointment, also got my Tdap vaccine. After like 10 minutes, the injection site started burning but after a half hour, I feel nothing. When my hour was up, they took me back to the lab and got my blood. The doc was testing for syphilis among other things, so it was two vials of blood. The nurse let me know they will have the results in a matter of seconds so to just sit tight. Apparently you need a result of 139 or lower in order to pass, otherwise you gotta get the three hour. Well, ladies. I barely passed because I was at 139 exactly! πŸ˜‚

Now, I am on my way to grab a snack because another lovely commenter let me know that sometimes you can get a drop after this test. I would like to not have a crash because I gotta run to the store and then drive 20 minutes.

All in all, it was a decent experience. I had a protein filled breakfast, the drink wasn’t that bad, I passed my test, and now I have heartburn from the drink πŸ™ƒ

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Recently picked up the Ticwatch Pro 3. Very happy with it so far. Here it is with a watchface showing blood glucose using xdrip. Extremely useful for a type 1 diabetic!
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Newly diagnosed T2 my numbers - Glucose 396/ A1c 14.7

Greetings, In September around my birthday; I started to exhibit diabetic symptoms. So I got an appointment and had lab work done. My Glucose was at 396 and my A1c was at 14.7.

After being diagnosed, I was put on 22 units of insulin nightly. I made changes to my diet and started to add physical activity to my rountine. 1 month later I dropped my Glucose down to 90. In December, I had my Glucose & A1c retested. My Glucose dropped to 80 and my A1c dropped drastically to 5.9. I was taking off insulin and currently taking Glipizide 5mg. The Glipizide seems to be lowering my BS to the 60s, even after eating. I've contacted my Dr about my low numbers. My diabetes instructor says if I keep these numbers up I should be taking off medication and manage with continued diet & exercise.

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Failed 1-hour glucose test now have to do the 3-hour test.

Like the title says I failed the 1-hour glucose test and now I have to do the 3-hour glucose test next week. I'm curious how many people have failed the first test and then passed the 3-hour test? Those who have gotten gestational diabetes, how bad was it? And really any tips or advice. This second pregnancy is way rougher both physically and emotionally / mentally and I'm looking for any input that could help me out here.

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Glucose metabolism responds to perceived sugar intake more than actual sugar intake (2020) pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3…
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The same way that a blood glucose dominator connects to a person as they walk around why not something similar for thyroid medication?

Has anyone else thought about a devise which for take regular readings of thyroid hormone in the body and administer it for you depending on the reading? It could work like a literally thyroid giving both t4 and t3 which unlike current treatment would probs be everything we would need to feel better.

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[OC] Build Your Own Dexcom App update- base version updates, new xDrip/AAPS broadcast feature and Dexcom Glucose Program App

Hey all. Hope everyone is having good holidays!

For those who don't know, the below form will create a custom modified Dexcom app that is compatible with all Android phone models (above the noted minimum Android version). In addition, it has options to change some of the major annoyances of the app such as the re-notifying behavior, warmup time, vibration length, unmuting phone, allow screenshots, etc. plus options for other features. Besides that, it is the stock Dexcom app and works exactly the same as stock including Dexcom Clarity, Dexcom Follow, Wear OS watch face, etc - the only exception being the Samsung Health and Google Fit integration do not work.

 

I've made a few updates. Changes include:

  • Update G6 US base version to 1.8.0.4

  • Update G5 INT base version to 1.7.10.0 and removed the option to use US servers

  • Update G5 US base to 1.7.10.1

  • Added new feature to broadcast readings to other apps. Current options include broadcasting to xDrip, Android APS, or both. Big thanks to u/chubbypika35 who helped with the modifications to broadcast to xDrip. Broadcasting to xDrip can be done by setting the data source to 640G / EverSense and will allow you to still have all your data run through Dexcom and get to follow & clarity while locally using xDrips UI, notifications, alerts or watch face. Currently this feature is only available for the G6 bases.

  • Made the modification to allow any phone to use the Dexcom Glucose Program App. That can be downloaded separately here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=8889791610682915354

 

Here is the link to the Google Form: Build Your Own Dexcom App

 

Bugs/Incompatibilities

  • Samsung Health and Google Fit integration does not work.

  • On some phones, the landscape graph where you scroll with touch over readings does not show the number in the top left.

  • I've heard multiple reports with Huawei phones and some on Samsung phones that are on Android 10 not being able to connect or stay connected to the transmitter. It's recommended to roll back or factory reset back to Android 9. Hopefully this will be addressed by Dexcom in a future update. Edit: I think this may have been fixed on the G6 US version update. Anyone who previously had issues, please try G6US v1.8.0.4 and let m

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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When to start using the glucose gel pack during marathon?

What’s the best distance during a marathon to start using the energy gels? I know it’s probably relativistic but still a vague idea.

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Just a reminder that smarties (the candy) are glucose tablets

Same ingredient, dextrose.

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They call it the Aperture Science Continuous Glucose Transmitter (gamers will understand)
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Today I’ll be brewing 14 Litres of Codeine phosphate syrup Ingredients πŸ₯£ 14000mg Codeine phosphate Cane sugar syrup Invert syrup Lemon extract Glucose
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Apple’s new research unveils plans for Health coaching and effective blood glucose management myhealthyapple.com/apples…
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I had my 3-hour Glucose test today!

I am sure many people have posted on here about the glucose test, but I thought I would post anyway in case anyone may be interested to see how it is. I know everyone's experience is different, however I thought sharing mine might help some of you who have to go through it and have no idea about any of it like I did. I am a first time mom and so I was really nervous about the whole process before doing it.

I had my 1-hour glucose test about a week ago and, obviously, failed it. For that I went into my scheduled prenatal appointment and they gave me the glucose drink at the beginning and then timed an hour after I finished it. They told me I had 5 minutes to drink the entire drink and I was actually done pretty quickly, withint probably 2-3 minutes. Because it was at the beginning of my appointment, I didn't have to just sit and wait with nothing to do for a full hour. The drink itself wasn't bad, I had the orange flavor and it just tasted like a flat orange soda. I was told during the test I could not drink water and consume anything and after the hour was up I went down to the lab where they drew my blood and I was on my way. I got the results back the next day where the office called me to tell me I failed. I also had other blood drawn at the same time (a CBC and a syphillis test) and the CBC showed I was anemic so I was put on iron pills and colace and scheduled for the following week to come in for the 3-hour glucose test. They didn't tell me how badly I had failed it but about 5 days later my results were posted on the health portal and they were worse than I expected - 181 mg/dL. I ate pretty light the day of the 1-hour, and I am not sure if I ate too close to my appointment time or not.

Today I went in for my 3-hour test. I was told ahead of time to not eat after 12pm, that I wouldn't be allowed to drink even water during the test, and my test was scheduled for 8am. Other than that I was not told anything else about prepping for the test but since I've been extremely dehydrated lately I made sure to drink more water yesterday. Other than that I didn't really prep much at all for this test. I did go to bed really early (around 7pm) because that's my usual bed time which I think might have been a mistake, I don't know. Because of it I woke up this morning already hungry.

Anyway, I got to my appointment at 8am, it was at the lab in my hospital. They drew my blood and then gave me the glucose drink. They are supposed to give you 5 minutes to drink it

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Truly a man with a good sense of aesthetics. Though for my taste it takes more high glucose corn syrup to be enjoyable.
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RDs actually say that people shouldn't use Continuous Glucose Monitors because there is a shortage of money for poor diabetics and they say they don't think "healthy" people can learn anything useful, or will overreact and might go low carb due to the information. reddit.com/gallery/k9usq7
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Glucose test

Everyone talks about how nasty the drink was, which it really wasn’t that bad, but no one talks about the horrible crash that comes afterwards! Holy crap it was like driving home in a fog. Nap time for me now!

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Glucose test differences.

I'd like to hear how everyone's first glucose test went. I keep hearing how some were asked to fast, some told not too, some told to eat a specific meal before hand. Did you get a before blood draw or just an after? How did it go?

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Glucose syrup

Does anyone make their own energy drinks using glucose syrup? It's the main ingredient in Lucozade Sport which has the biggest energy boost for me. I don't seem to get that much from a maltodextrin/water mix, maybe more from a sugar/malto/water mix.

Are there any 'serious' energy drinks/gels that use glucose syrup?

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Anyone using glucose monitoring for training?

Hi.

I'm a big fan of data - it's easy to train if you have a KOM PR to beat, or want to put x+1 Watts of power for 20 minutes etc so like most people who are semi-serious about this hobby I measure HR, power, cadence etc.

But I don't measure glucose levels and don't count calories on the intake part so to speak, which I think is somewhat unbalanced.

Do some of you use 24/7 glucose monitoring or a similar system?

How about other things, do you do lactate blood testing often, if so why?

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Blood glucose monitoring skin for use with Tomato app
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Continuous Glucose Meter

Hey all, just wondering if anyone on here (non diabetics) has had experience using the Libre CGM to see how their blood sugar is affected by keto foods? I have just ordered one, should arrive by the weekend, I’m really keen to try out keto β€˜friendly’ foods to see how my blood sugar is Influenced, continuously & in real-time. Way easier than pricking my finger all day!

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Sweet! A wearable glucose monitor!

Interesting Engineering: Tokyo Company Unveils World's First Wearable Glucose Monitor. https://interestingengineering.com/tokyo-company-unveils-worlds-first-wearable-glucose-monitor

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Inpatient blood glucose checks

I'm asking this question as an RN to get an idea of how you manage glucose checks for your hospitalized patients. At my hospital, sliding scale insulin kicks in for glucose greater than 130, sometimes I see patients having AC&HS checks done for days when their results are stable and always under 130 and they never get any sliding scale insulin, so it seems like the frequent checks are excessive and these patients get poke marks over all their fingers for not a very great reason. I typically bring this up to the doctors and they almost always decrease the frequency of checks. What is your rule of thumb for managing glucose checks in the hospital? Do you always go with AC&HS? If you start AC&HS, what do you need to see to decrease the frequency if you do? How is it different between diabetics and non-diabetics on tube feed/TPN? Thank you!

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Continuous Glucose Monitor (for non-diabetic) to better understand the effects of fasting and food choices.

Hello, I'm intrigued by the idea of trying out a CGM to learn more about how fasting and foods effect my glucose. I'm eyeing the Nutrisense product and debating between the 14 day trial vs. 1 month. Have anyone tried one of these (as a non-diabetic) and have a recommendation about the best length?

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Taking my one hour glucose test this morning...

Should I eat something ? When I asked the doctor last time If should fast they said I could to make it more accurate but if I hadn't asked they wouldn't have said anything. And according to Dr. Google you can have a low carb meal before like eggs? I'm asking because I'm really hungry but if not eating helps me pass then I won't, I just want to avoid the 3 hour at all costs.

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They try to hide their secret agenda behind Antifa! But actually they spread nanobots and recharge with stolen high glucose substrate
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Potassium Perchlorate reacting with Glucose v.redd.it/42rn077yvtz51
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Sleep Deprivation Impairs Glucose Disposal & Increases Type 2 Diabetes Risk (3-minute audio clip from Dr. Peter Attia) podclips.com/c/c3QGzz?ss=…
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Anybody successfully use continuous glucose monitoring to get ahead of crashes?

Wondering if anybody has used these and if they have helped. My sugars drop really fast and I will feel super sick and near fainting. Single mom here with two kids and I'm scared for them and myself if I do black out at any point. Also, feeling like absolute shit and being unable to think or see clearly is so so awful. I'm following a low carb, high protein diet which has prevented catastrophe so far but I can't seem to stop these episodes.

I doubt my insurance will cover this, as I am not diabetic and my sugars don't typically drop below 50, though I have been in the upper 40's in the past before I got my diet more under control. I am currently in nursing school and I will have to work, but so scared of having these episodes out and about. ☹️. Help!

Update: My doctor has agreed to do a two week run with a CGM to see what is going on!!

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Which element of this meal could have possibly been the reason for high blood glucose levels??

So my grandma (77) is diabetic and I always try to cook healthy for her by looking up β€œDiabetic Friendly” foods. Today, I made her a stew:

Beef chucks for stewing

Chickpeas (aka Garbanzo beans)

Carrots

Diced tomatoes

Celery

Butternut Squash

Shredded cabbage

Olive oil

Onions

When she checked her levels an hour after eating, her blood glucose was 152. She says 80-120 is considered normal. Everything I put in there was fresh produce, nothing processed or unhealthy! I don’t understand what part of that meal could have done that. Is it possible that everything here was okay but maybe portion size was too big?? I was so hopeful that this meal would have her levels at normal ☹️☹️

EDIT: she does NOT take insulin, however, she does take Metformin during her meal

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Glucose tablets

If you are like me & you have severe hypoglycemia & food doesn’t bring your blood sugar up, I highly recommend buying glucose tablets! I’ve tried absolutely everything & they have saved my life.

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Low carb high glucose

So I've gone back to keto after taking a lot of time off from it. My glucose has been in the lower 200s for the last several months. I figured I'd drop the 10 pounds that I've gained, reduce carbs, and things could come back closer to my 120 normal readings. Last week I saw some 160s and thought getting there. Yesterday I had one of the lowest carb days in a long time. I've also been drinking a lot of water. My reading this morning was 263. I'm missing something. I'm going to work on adding more exercise to the daily routine.

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Diabetic glucose test for csf test? Anyone know anything about this?

Saw it on a fb group, wondering if anyone else has had this suggested?

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Hot Take: Hexokinase Hates Glucose
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Frankie started his at-home treatment today! He's not a fan of needles, and I'm scared of hurting him, but we're learning together and he only bit me once. Getting his glucose readings is a pain. He also eats his diabetic kibble like a very good boy now!
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Has anyone tried a continuous blood glucose monitor?

Just curious if anyone tried one of these in their PCOS management and if you felt like it was informative or worthwhile for you.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/chordsimple
πŸ“…︎ Jan 18
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Glucose Test

Honestly not what I expected. Everyone made it sound so bad that told me about it. Tasted just like an orange soda. Might ask for one to take home with me🀣

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πŸ“°︎ r/pregnant
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πŸ‘€︎ u/misfit_03_23
πŸ“…︎ Jan 14
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Glucose Test Drink

Just drank the orange drink, I actually thought it was pretty good. Reminded me of an orange hi-c. I was expecting the worst and actually kinda liked it lol. Now I wait an hour.

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πŸ“°︎ r/pregnant
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Bsap89
πŸ“…︎ Dec 23 2020
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Could my lack of blood glucose response mean I'm not digesting food properly?

I've recently tracked my blood glucose response to several different sources of carbohydrates.

My response to 250kCal (43g carb) of oats was what you would expect, however 250kCal (48g carb) of white rice showed almost no change in my blood glucose levels.

Could this be due to my body not digesting the rice properly? Meaning the rice just passes through and no nutrition is absorbed?

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πŸ“°︎ r/Biohackers
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πŸ‘€︎ u/blotza
πŸ“…︎ Jan 15
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