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R lipoic acid is to be taken with meals to prevent a spike in blood sugar , but whats considered a spike? ( meaning being detrimental for health and for hair loss). Wikipedia say normal is 4.4 to 6.1 mmol/L (82 to 110 mg/dL) and with meals that can go up
I have a diabetic friend, she let me use her blood sugar test machine today, I was impressed. I am not diabetic but I am thinking that having one of these machines would enable me to test certain foods for high spikes in blood sugar allowing me to see
Watching the local Petrolheads slithering about on the untreated roads today put me in mind of the 70's in affluent Germany. The Bundeskrauts all seemed to have a set of wheels, fitted with spiked tyres, hanging on their garage wall. At the first
CS, I know you've said that dairy can cause a lot of problem in terms of blood sugar. How would Yogurt factor into this equation?
Hi Guys, Any info on if coffee is a negative dietary factor for us balders? Over on another forum people tend to agree it can lead to insulin spikes. I have mine black, extremely short restricted double shot over a small bit of hot water. no
I'm one of those people who are chronically stressed. I found these diagrams showing how the stress response works: When I feel my stress levels increasing, thinking about the myriad of negative health effects actually helps me calm down.