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Posted: 7/9/2019 5:07:37 PM
 
Good Afternoon:

Could anyone please tell me if:
  • the post-meal readings that are higher than the pre-meal readings are significant enough to eliminate a food item? 
  • the post-meal readings that are lower than the pre-meal readings are possible?  (i.e. it’s possible for BS to decrease AFTER eating?).

Thank you very much.

Date

Meal

Pre-meal Time

Pre-Meal Reading

Post-Meal Time

Post-Meal Reading

Notes

May 28

Beef, onions, sweet potatoes, tomatoes

8:16PM

10.4

9:10PM

10.6

May 29

2 eggs, zucchini, peppers, onions, feta, mozzarella, bacon fat

8:50AM

13.1

9:30AM

12.5

June 3

Didn’t write down what I ate!

12:58PM

11.9

1:52PM

11.8

July 9

50g ham slices, 50g turkey slices, 6 olives, 3tb hummus

11:47AM

13.5

12:30PM

13.9

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Posted: 7/10/2019 12:23:49 AM
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The conversion factor from mmol/L to mg/dL is 18.

e.g. A value of 5 mmol/L = 90 mg/dL.

In Kimmy’s case, 13.1 mmol/L x 18 = 235.8 mg/dL. (or rounded up it’s 236).


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