Tag: Blood Glucose

Scan FreeStyle Libre CGM Sensor with Your iPhone! FreeStyle LibreLink and LibreLinkUp Apps Available in US

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By Jimmy McDermott and Maeve Serino FreeStyle LibreLink app allows FreeStyle Libre users in the US to obtain a real-time glucose reading directly on their iPhone. Plus, LibreLinkUp now available for caregivers to remotely monitor glucose and trends

Source: Scan FreeStyle Libre CGM Sensor with Your iPhone! FreeStyle LibreLink and LibreLinkUp Apps Available in US


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Antibiotics and Blood Glucose

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The usual winter cold just seemed to linger and not go away. It had been 2 weeks of nasal congestion, runny nose and cough, but now I had sinus pressure and little to no energy. Fortunately, my blood sugar was in range the entire 2 weeks despite such awful symptoms. I then went on azithromycin, or the well-known Z-pack, for a sinus infection. I took the medication with dinner and then 2-3 hours after I felt even more fatigued, with dry mouth and a headache. I checked my blood sugar and noticed it was 270mg/dl.”

Original Article: Antibiotics and Blood Glucose


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  • antibiotics and blood glucose levels
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  • Certain Antibiotics Tied to Blood Sugar Swings in Diabetics
  • Antibiotics and Diabetes: Do the Two Mix?
  • Common antibiotic can cause potentially fatal blood sugar
  • Medications That Can Raise Blood Sugar – Diabetes

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Severe hypoglycemia predictive model for with type 2 diabetes created

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A predictive model of long-term risk for severe hypoglycaemia people with type 2 diabetes has been constructed. Researchers from the University of Minnesota say the three strongest predictors for severe hypoglycaemia over five years are intensive glycemic management (HR=2.37, 95% CI 1.99 to 2.83), insulin use (HR=2.14, 95% CI 1.77 to 2.59) and antihypertensive medication use (HR=1.90, 95% CI 1.26 […]”

Source: Severe hypoglycaemia predictive model for with type 2 diabetes created – The Diabetes Times



Milk Consumed At Breakfast Helps Lower Blood Glucose

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Milk consumed at breakfast may lower blood glucose throughout the day via effects of protein composition and concentration, and may provide benefits for managements of type 2 diabetes, as published in the Journal of Dairy Science.”

Source: Milk Consumed At Breakfast Helps Lower Blood Glucose


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  • the best milk for people with diabetes
  • can milk lower your blood sugar?
  • benefits of milk

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  • Drinking milk at breakfast might help manage diabetes – The …
  • High-protein milk at breakfast helps in blood sugar control
  • The Best Milk Options for People with Diabetes – Healthline
  • The 17 Best Foods to Lower (or Regulate) Your Blood Sugar

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Laser technique may become alternative to finger stick for blood glucose testing

A potential alternative to the finger prick test for measuring blood glucose levels has been developed by a researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Missouri School of Medicine, according to a press release from University of Missouri Health. The new procedure employs a technological development from MIT that uses a process known as Raman spectroscopy to

Source: Laser technique may become alternative to finger stick for blood glucose testing




Gum disease treatment linked to improved blood glucose in type 2 diabetes, study finds

New research suggests that treating gum disease may be a factor in lowering blood glucose levels for people with type 2 diabetes. Healthy gums were also associated with lower risks of developing diabetes complications and with improvements in kidney and blood vessel function, according to the study by UCL Eastman Dental.

Source: Gum disease treatment linked to improved blood glucose in type 2 diabetes, study finds





REALLY Personalized Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses

Highlights:
•High interpersonal variability in post-meal glucose observed in an 800-person cohort
•Using personal and microbiome features enables accurate glucose response prediction
•Prediction is accurate and superior to common practice in an independent cohort
•Short-term personalized dietary interventions successfully lower post-meal glucose

Publication:Personalized Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses- Cell




Continuous Glucose Monitoring AND Less Pain!

FreeStyle Libre system has reinvented personal CGM

  • Painless2 scan provides real-time glucose readings for insulin dosing
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 Small, discreet,2 and easy for patients2
  • Wear up to 10 days on the back of upper arm
  • Scan to activate and wait 12 hours for start up
  • Exercise, shower, and swim§ in a depth of up to 1 meter for 30 minutes
  • Filament is <0.4 mm thick and inserted 5 mm beneath the skin to measure interstitial fluid
  • Continuously measures glucose every minute and records readings every 15 minutes. Stores up to 8 hours of glucose data

Get details here: Freestyle Website




Know Your Blood Sugar ALL the Time!


This FreeStyle Libre System is a different kind of blood sugar monitoring. Instead of strips, you have a 10 day sensor that doesn’t need calibration. In place of the glucose meter, you have a wireless wand that is waved over the sensor to show your reading. What a change for anyone who wants to check blood glucose often!







Vinegar Lowers Blood Glucose Response

CONCLUSIONS: The results suggest that oral acetic acid and acetate might have a different effect on acetataemia and that a limited dose of vinegar, in the form of salad dressing, is sufficient to influence significantly the glycaemic response to a mixed meal in normal subjects by a mechanism related to acidity but not to gastric emptying.

Abstract from MedPage