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At any given time the glucose content is high after eating

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by hichamgsm, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. hichamgsm

    hichamgsm Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    At any given time the glucose content is high after eating[​IMG]
    In fact I looking many answers this one of them
     
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    bulkbiker Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Possibly.. or possibly not depending on what you have eaten.
     
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    hichamgsm Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    No matter how varied the meal is when it is at the highest grade it's in after One hours exactly ?
     
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    bulkbiker Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    No that will vary from person to person as well as again depending on what has been eaten.
    It is I'm afraid just a case of testing yourself to see what happens. We are all unique and react to things in different ways.
    One thing I can say is that as a Type 2 diabetic if you eat a meal with lots of carbohydrates then your blood glucose will very probably be higher than if you ate a meal low in carbohydrates.
     
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    hichamgsm Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, this is what I will do tomorrow to see how many carbohydrates i should eat
    How much carbohydrate converts to glucose
     
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    Bluetit1802 Type 2 · Oracle

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    All of it!

    The time of our peak will vary depending on what we eat. Various foods slow down the conversion the carbs to glucose - fats mainly, also some fibre. It is possible to peak at 30 minutes or earlier if all you eat is a banana mashed up with sugar, whereas if you eat a balanced meal it is likely to be between an hour and 90 minutes, whereas with certain other mixes of food it may be 2 and a half hours or 3 hours sometimes. An hour to 90 minutes is probably the most common.
     
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    hichamgsm Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    This is a convincing answer. Thank you. It may vary from meal to meal
     
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  8. Mike D

    Mike D Type 2 · Expert

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    I hope the jigsaw is falling into place. Don't over think or complicate what the issues are. Study and routine for what works for you is the essential key.
     
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    kokhongw I reversed my Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Depends on what you eat...it can remain fairly flat...roast meat/fried chicken...
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    hichamgsm Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Already today I tried 165g of black olives that mean 10g of carbs GB =120mg/dl after 1 hour GB = 121mg/dl that mean No deference
     
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