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How low - fasting blood glucose ?

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by Adria, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Adria

    Adria New Member

    Since CT my FBG is down to 60 and after eating average of 72. Is this too low? I been having some dizziness in the mornings and wake up very thirsty. Not sure if that is related to FBG.

    Before CT my FBG was always around 100.
  2. healthnut

    healthnut New Member

    That's pretty low....wow!
  3. primat

    primat Silver

    A lot more stable after starting CT

    (I'm on the Leptin Rx)

    Fasting usually 65-75 (06am),

    After breakfast is around 90. I usually don't bother measuring it since the strips are expensive and glucose doesn't seem to peak at all. Eating 60-70g protein, 60-100g fat and max 10g carb
  4. Adria

    Adria New Member

    Today mine was 64 @1hr after breakfast.
  5. healthnut

    healthnut New Member

    You guys amaze me, I am just hoping to get FBG down below 100. (diabetic here, w/dawn phenomenon) Was 105 this morning, the 1 hour post prandial was 82.

    I ran lower BG's during bodybuilding competition & my body adjusted to the lower readings after a while. At first I felt shaky/cold if I fell below 70, but the body kind of adjusts to lower ranges. Whenever I would hit 50's, I could feel I was going too low....my whole body would shake and lips would go blue.
  6. Adria

    Adria New Member

    FGB is still @ 60. The thirst and dizziness I had earlier this week is now gone.

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