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Diabetes Myths Busted from hadriel's blog


I have been educating people with diabetes for two decades and I continue to be amazed at  Marine D3 Review  how many myths are still prevalent, so, I want to set the record straight on what I consider to be the top five diabetes myths.

MYTH 1 - Eating too much sugar causes diabetes


Actually, consuming too many calories, physical inactivity, increasing age, as well as a genetic predisposition to diabetes are potential causes. If someone ate sugar all day and their body had the ability to release and properly use insulin, they would not develop diabetes.If you have diabetes, then you should avoid sugary foods, as well as too many carbohydrates. Carbohydrates affect the blood sugar more than protein or fat. Excessive quantities of certain starchy vegetables, cereals, and fruit will cause your blood sugar to rise too quickly. Working with a diabetes educator will ensure proper eating habits. Eating properly will not only help your blood sugar, can help you maintain optimal weight.

MYTH 2 - Testing your blood sugar in the morning after fasting is enough to understand patterns and what your A1C represents.


You should test your blood sugar at varying times of the day, not just first thing in the morning. An especially important time to test for those people taking insulin prior to meals. Also, one should test their blood sugar two hours after eating their first bite of food. Between the fasting numbers and the postprandial (after meal) numbers, you will have a better idea of what the A1C results really represent. You should test more often when you are ill, have undergone surgery, started an exercise program, and when you start a new medication or change the dosage of medicine.

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