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The "ugh" between meals.


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Old 07-24-2009, 20:08   #1
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Today between breakfast and lunch I decided to try and cut back the amounts of snacks i'd eat for sustaining BG levels. Insted of the usual 1/3 of a raisin box every 90 minutes or so, I spaced a whole box out in small portions from 7am till 11am lunch.

Well my after breakfast reading at 6am was 99. I found that during the course of the morning I would feel that loss of energy, "The drop" so perodicly I took small amounts of raisins. Well it would pick up a little bit then the drop felt twice as bad. My body was feeling like a brick by 10am so I finished the box, drank water and had some more from another box. Before lunch my reading was 107.

Was I really burning through the sugar and carbs in the raisins that quickly?

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What size box are you talking about?

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Dan, Do you feel hungry all of the time as the BG's are not that bad at all. Also, Do you get active a lot during the day?
Do you exercise?

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