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    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default weird croissants?

    The other day, i broke down and had some carbs; a croissant. As
    expected, BG after one hour was 10.4, after two hours 8.8, and after 4
    hours 4.7??? I've never, since I've had diabetes have had a blood
    glucose reading this low. The day before, similar readings with the
    low being 5.4.

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    Trawley Trash Guest

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    On Wed, 22 Feb 2012 04:47:21 -0800 (PST)
    A Moose in Love <[email protected]> wrote:

    > The other day, i broke down and had some carbs; a croissant. As
    > expected, BG after one hour was 10.4, after two hours 8.8, and after 4
    > hours 4.7??? I've never, since I've had diabetes have had a blood
    > glucose reading this low. The day before, similar readings with the
    > low being 5.4.


    As someone else has pointed out that amounts to 84 mg/dL. That is
    a very good value.

    Type IIs often have a reactive phase after eating carbs. Kind of
    like an underdamped suspension in a car. BG rises fast, falls below
    baseline and then rises slowly to some steady-state value. I have
    seen this in my own readings, and used to be part of the standard
    description of type II.



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    hemyd Guest

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    "A Moose in Love" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > The other day, i broke down and had some carbs; a croissant. As
    > expected, BG after one hour was 10.4, after two hours 8.8, and after 4
    > hours 4.7??? I've never, since I've had diabetes have had a blood
    > glucose reading this low. The day before, similar readings with the
    > low being 5.4.


    They must have been low carb croissants. Alternatively, you discovered the
    "Croissant Diet"

    Henry,



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    =?UTF-8?B?QmrDuHJu?= Steensrud Guest

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    Trawley Trash wrote:

    > On Wed, 22 Feb 2012 04:47:21 -0800 (PST)
    > A Moose in Love <pa[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> The other day, i broke down and had some carbs; a croissant. As
    >> expected, BG after one hour was 10.4, after two hours 8.8, and after 4
    >> hours 4.7??? I've never, since I've had diabetes have had a blood
    >> glucose reading this low. The day before, similar readings with the
    >> low being 5.4.

    >
    > As someone else has pointed out that amounts to 84 mg/dL. That is
    > a very good value.
    >
    > Type IIs often have a reactive phase after eating carbs. Kind of
    > like an underdamped suspension in a car. BG rises fast, falls below
    > baseline and then rises slowly to some steady-state value. I have
    > seen this in my own readings, and used to be part of the standard
    > description of type II.


    My thought exactly. And as Henry and others have experienced, the low bg can
    trigger a carb craving (again) and you (generic you) are on the roller
    coaster ...

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