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I just found this on Blood Sugar 101. Can the more experienced diabetics tell me, do you agree with this or is it just ADA canned hash? Because if it's actually true, then I'm going to be looking forward to my next A1C....:)


"These are the targets that will give you an A1c in the 5% range no matter how high your A1c is now. If you don't believe me, check out THIS PAGE of reports from people who have used these targets to dramatically lower their A1cs.

One hour after eating: under 140 mg/dl (7.8 mmol/l)

Two hours after eating: under 120 mg/dl (6.7 mmol/l)

If you can do better than this, go for it. Normal people rarely go over 120 mg/dl ever and are usually under 100 mg/dl at 2 hours after eating."
 

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You won't find any ADA crap at BloodSugar101, it's the best diabetes site I know of. Jenny Ruhl knows what she's talking about, and she also cites her sources.
Cool! Then I'm on my way to a nice A1C in a couple of months, since my numbers are falling in those ranges. Excited!! :peace:
 
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