Re: Is there a quick cause and effect for FBG?
- From: Michael <micoder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 12:41:20 -0500
On Sun, 10 May 2009 16:03:56 -0500, Michael wrote:
I am wondering if our FBG can be dramatically influenced by a previous
My normal FBG is 100. However, My wife made me a dish with about 15
grams of carbs, and I had already had another 10 that day, (simple
carbs). My FBG shot up to 135 the next day. I got back on track the next
day and my morning FBG was back to 100.
Can this cause and effect happen so quickly? What are the experiences of
Please, no scolding, I already feel bad enough. I am not perfect.
What was it the night before? When I've ingested more carbs than I should have - I TEST!
Thanks all for the replies.
Ray, I admit to another indiscretion. I felt guilty about eating the dish that contained the 15 carbs. I did not measure afterwards, because I did not want to see the bad news.
I will try to get over this Ray. It is just that the dish was so inviting and delicious. My wife handed it to me as a surprise. I was unable to say no.
She can get away with these indiscretions. I surely don't know how, but here BG readings don't get out of hand even when she consumes 35 or 40 grams of carbohydrates. I wish I were as lucky. Her normal daily consumption of carbohydrates is about 25.
This is a difficult issue for me in general. My wife is the best cook I have ever known. She takes pride in the dishes she makes. Refusing her offer is not only refusing a great meal, but an insult to her. Almost all the dishes she makes for me are carbless or are down to 3 or 4 grams. When she makes an extra tasty carby dish (15 grams), it is really hard to refuse.
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