More on Exercise & Blood Sugar

The tests done on June 2 did show a reduction in the sugar level after a round of 20 min of deep breathing, 15 min of stretching, 30 min of yoga and about 25 min of cycling.

The fasting level was though a bit higher – was it because of the dessert specially cooked by the younger daughter or was it the couple of drinks with dinner?

The following are the three results : fasting, post workout and post breakfast.

The target is to get the fasting blood sugar down to what the general world believes to be ‘normal’ in about 4-6 days. Did it last year too…let’s see if the same can be done now. I know that I will be facing a few days of discomfort in this process. The diet is going to be 2-3 mangoes for breakfast, nothing for lunch, a light dinner and maybe a couple of cups of tea/coffee during the day.

Looking forward to the next weeks tests. I am keen to find out what this kind of diet and regular exercise does to the sugar levels.

By the way, did a bit of research regarding the possibility of the blood sugar levels rising after exercise. Guess what? It is known to happen. The advice – not to do exercise in case this happens. Now this sure has got me confused…

7.33 PM, June 3, 2012

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About Surinder
Am working as a healing facilitator using the techniques of Reiki, Crystals, Breathing and Food as therapy. Got into this field accidentally. Now this is what I love doing. This space is primarily for posting results of my blood sugar tests along with details of all the factors that I think influence them. The general impression about Diabetes is that it is a companion for life. I disagree and am positive that it's just a matter of time before the truth will reveal itself. I am sharing what I have learnt (and am in the process of learning) about what all can affect human health at my other space aashirwadhealing.com

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