Glycemic Index Chart For Fast Foods


Jan 10, 2020
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More often than not, unexpected changes in these levels are StrictionBP Review caused by eating something you shouldn't... or not eating something you should. It is only human to get off your diet occasionally. When you do, get right back on your eating plan, and the damage will be minimized. If you must eat something that is not on your diet, at least try to limit yourself to small portions. Stuffing yourself... even with salad... activates stretch receptors in the lining of your stomach that trigger the release of hormones that elevate blood sugars.

Infection raises blood sugar levels. If you have a cold, the flu, or some other infection, chances are these levels will rise by about 75mg/dL (4mmol/L). On the other hand if your levels are above 200mg/dL (11mmol/L), you will be a sweet target for infectious micro-organisms.

Dehydration raises blood sugar levels. Anytime you sweat a lot, or you have diarrhea, your body loses fluid. Less fluid to dilute sugar in your bloodstream, naturally results in higher blood glucose levels. This is one of the most serious complications of type 2 diabetes.