Glucose Range

Updated 7 months ago by Chloe Kesler

Below is a graphical excerpt from an excellent article on glucose levels written by Marty Kendal of optimizing nutrition

Glucose Range Chart
Chart showing glucose range for danger, good, excellent and optimal levels

 Generally we find that glucose testing is a good way to find indicators of a foods that significantly trigger blood sugar changes. Blood sugars change far more rapidly than ketones (ketones are slow to move and sometimes its what happened the day before that matters most). In such, when investigating foods, my go to sleuthing tool is the glucose test. Take a baseline test before a meal and then at 40, 80 and 120 mins after eating to see what foods make a difference to you. (you can do just one test after the meal say at 80 mins, if you do not want to be too much of the data nerd)

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