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HIGH GLUCOSE while I am practicing Intermittent Fasting?

Discussion in 'Fasting' started by Jiro, Oct 1, 2019.

  1. Jiro

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    Hello everyone !! I wanted to ask you something ...

    I am already in my second week of the plan to reverse my Type 2 Diabetes, consuming low-carbohidrates and intermittent fasting. I would like to ask you something that I have not found in other post here before; In this second week, I have observed that my blood glucose has risen from 110 to 142 when I am fasting. And this doesn't happen me when I wake up at the morning; I have observed that this happens to me in the afternoon while I do my fasting period. I wanted to ask if this is normal. I have not had headaches in my case, but it has been happening for a few days. Is this something normal? Did it happen to you? I guess this will dissapear later, right ?

    Thank you for your comments and your time
     
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