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I had a sugar curve test and the result was unfortunately bad, i.e. 48 mg / dl, while after loading 50 g of glucose it was 69 mg / dl. The standard given on the laboratory result is 70-100 mg / dl. What to eat to raise the sugar level.
If you do not have symptoms related to low blood sugar such as sweating, tremors, anxiety, please do not do anything about it. I also advise you to avoid an excess of simple carbohydrates in your meals.
Remember that our expert's answer is informative and will not replace a visit to the doctor.Jolanta Mętrak
In addition to specializing in internal diseases, he also deals with professional weight loss, he works at the DAMIANA Medical Center and the "Czajkowscy" Polyclinic in Piaseczno (14 Kilińskiego Street).
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