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Non-diabetic, before meal blood sugar 90, 1hr peak 180, 2hr 140, 3hr 100. Am i safe from organ damage? Any lower carb diet would drop me to hypo zone.

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Dr. John Manzella
Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: You are safe

Be careful but it appears your on the right path with maintaing good glycemic control.
Target aic's leass than 6.0 and you are in good stead!

In brief: You are safe

Be careful but it appears your on the right path with maintaing good glycemic control.
Target aic's leass than 6.0 and you are in good stead!
Dr. John Manzella
Dr. John Manzella
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Huh?

If you are not diabetic why are you measuring bg three times around your meal? You are asking for trouble.
Stick with the standard method of diagnosis. You are not at risk for organ damage until you become diabetic range and should not do anything other than eat a good mediterranean diet, maintain a healthy weight and exercise regularly.

In brief: Huh?

If you are not diabetic why are you measuring bg three times around your meal? You are asking for trouble.
Stick with the standard method of diagnosis. You are not at risk for organ damage until you become diabetic range and should not do anything other than eat a good mediterranean diet, maintain a healthy weight and exercise regularly.
Dr. Dan Fisher
Dr. Dan Fisher
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Dr. Harry Myers
Family Medicine

In brief: Blood Glucose Level

Hi, your blood glucose results reveal normal levels.
If your family history is positive for diabetes or you have had gestational diabetes during pregnancy, you may be at greater risk of developing diabetes later.. Avoid simple carbohydrates and empty calorie foods. Eat a diet with lots of protein, fiber, complex carbs , and small amount of "good" fats, exercise regularly and see your pcp annually.

In brief: Blood Glucose Level

Hi, your blood glucose results reveal normal levels.
If your family history is positive for diabetes or you have had gestational diabetes during pregnancy, you may be at greater risk of developing diabetes later.. Avoid simple carbohydrates and empty calorie foods. Eat a diet with lots of protein, fiber, complex carbs , and small amount of "good" fats, exercise regularly and see your pcp annually.
Dr. Harry Myers
Dr. Harry Myers
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