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Blood Sugar Ultra

by Jerome Princy (2019-12-26)

The problem with the Blood Sugar Ultra Review Novolin R or "fast" component of 70/30 is that it really isn't fast enough. Your blood sugars may still soar to 300 mg/dL (16.7mmol/L) or more after a meal when you don't eat sweets, and then plummet to 70 mg/dL (3.9mmol/L) or lower during the night. Taking 70/30 is relatively easy on the monthly budget but the long-term price on diabetic health can be extremely expensive. That is because nerve and muscle tissues suffer more injury from fluctuating blood sugars than from constantly high or constantly low blood sugars. Even type 2 diabetics who are able to achieve HbA1c's of 6.5% or lower, get very high post-prandial blood sugars with the risk of really low blood sugars in the middle of the night. Diabetic complications for users of 70/30 are worse than HbA1c numbers would predict. The only way to use 70/30 successfully is to be very careful about diet. You can never, ever eat sweets. You must never, ever eat less than the amount of carbs in your meal plan, and never, ever eat more. And if you are using more than 100 units of 70/30 a day, the insulin probably will not be available when you need it, or it will be too available when you do not. If this kind of treatment is all you can afford, do yourself a favor by at least limiting your portion size while you gradually scale back your insulin injections. Then ask your physician about drug company programs that provide a more appropriate medication and, also keep in mind you get even better control over blood sugar levels by adding more plant foods to your eating plan.