Blood Sugar Spikes Seen in Seemingly Healthy People
If it’s not one thing, it’s another. So, you’ve finally put down the fried chicken and said no to your favorite sugary drinks. Well, turns out, you can still be at risk for high blood pressure. You’d expect big blood sugar fluctuations in people with diabetes. But for those without the disorder, blood sugar levels should remain fairly stable, right?
Well, maybe not, says a new study. Researchers found some people who don’t have diabetes still have wild swings in their blood sugar levels after they eat.
Among nearly 60 participants, the study authors identified three “glucotypes” based on how much blood sugar spiked after eating – low, moderate and severe.
The study also found thatdo