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Have you ever wondered if you didn't really have Type 2 diabetes? Or, if you do, maybe you have some kind of Type 2 diabetes that really would let you eat sugar... maybe it's just some freak accident that your blood sugar levels stay high? organic total body reboot
The truth is that, while all Type 2 diabetics experience higher blood sugar levels in response to eating more carbohydrates, not all Type 2 diabetics absorb all forms of carbohydrate at the same rate. It is as if you merited your own special glycemic index table. However, to know for sure whether there are some foods that are relatively safe for you, you need to test.
This means you need to spend a couple of weeks eating a limited number of foods, just one per meal, and testing your blood sugar levels after each meal. Unless you have a photographic memory, you will also need to take copious notes about: diabetes loophole
• what you eat
• how much you eat
• how high your blood sugars go (or don't go) and
• how you feel
Many Type 2 diabetics discover that certain 'no-sugar-added' foods actually raise their blood sugars faster than the real thing. That is because all carbohydrates eventually become sugar after digestion... not just sugars. Eating larger amounts of 'safe' foods makes the effect even worse.
Many diabetics also discover that there are some carbohydrates that their bodies can tolerate better than others. It's not unusual to learn that potato salad, served cold, raises your blood sugars a lot less than a baked potato. That is because your stomach has to warm up cold food before sending it to the small intestine, slowing down the release of sugars. However, as is the case with most 'sugar-free' foods, digested sugars eventually reach the bloodstream... although there can be an 8 to 36 hour delay. the diabetes loophole
It is also not unusual to find some low-carb foods seem to send blood sugars soaring. If you have a 'slow' immune reaction, not a true food allergy say, to tomatoes, then eating tomatoes may cause just enough irritation in your colon to cause the more rapid absorption of sugar digested from other foods. Simply avoiding tomatoes may make a significant difference in controlling your blood sugar levels. Problem foods are usually the previously mentioned tomatoes and:
• cow's milk if you grew up drinking cow's milk; or goat's milk if you happened to grow up drinking goat's milk
The only way to find out if these foods make a difference in how you control your blood sugar levels, however, is to test. organic body roboot
Testing your blood sugar levels doesn't have to be painful. Remember, use your forearms or the sides of your fingers. Jabbing the end of your finger will definitely hurt, and it's not necessary. Always using a fresh sharp in your lancing device will also keep pain to a minimum.
With the right technique, pain-free testing really is possible. And testing two hours after eating will help you to know which foods are toxic to you and also cause dangerous blood sugar spikes.
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