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smoke and insuline levels

Discussion in 'Reactive Hypoglycemia' started by Ruthbcn, Jul 3, 2019.

  1. Ruthbcn

    Ruthbcn · Member

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    Good afternoon everyone
    Can smoking infer in glucose and insuline levers in peaple with hiperinsulinemia?
    Thanks!
     
  2. Lamont D

    Lamont D Reactive hypoglycemia · Master

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    Hi, of course it will have an effect, but probably only a small one, not as much as food though!
    If in moderation, if you can't give them up, it will help you relax. I know there was nothing as good as a relaxing smoke. But your future health is what is important and you should stop smoking as soon as possible.
    Speaking from experience, my health improved greatly (for a while) when I gave them up nearly twenty years ago! In the long run, you are better without them!

    Best wishes
     
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    Ruthbcn · Member

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    @Lamont D
    thanks for always answer, you are very kind, and you help me a lot.
     
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