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You have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and you are learning elevated blood sugar levels are a fact of life now.  Although you will always need to be aware of them, there is much you can do to keep these levels under control, in other words within a normal range.First, let's establish what blood sugar levels are.  Blood glucose or blood sugars is the concentration of glucose in you
Immediately after eating your level will naturally spike, but if you're monitoring it and taking your medications as directed, within two hours of eating it should drop to a normal range. However, if it doesn't drop to a normal level and stays high and possibly goes higher, you should be taking extra steps to lower your level as directed by your doctor.Ongoing high glucose levels may lead to hype

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