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36 minutes ago, Indya said:

6.9

That means you are very very close to being diabetic. But don’t worry . It is reversible .

carbs and sugar intake taggiyyu oka 2-3 months , do atleast 30 minutes walking every day that levels should drop in your next test 

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11 hours ago, KondapalliRaj said:

Include vegetables , green leafs and apple cider vinegar . Skip breakfast .

it will help you to bring down numbers

Skip is not good... Instead morning 7 ki ala fruits or some dark coffee , 11 30 ki breakfast n lunch together and 7 pm ki dinner thinteu chaalu .. but in between fruits n water velthey u can skip one meal ...

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2 hours ago, migilindhi151 said:

Skip is not good... Instead morning 7 ki ala fruits or some dark coffee , 11 30 ki breakfast n lunch together and 7 pm ki dinner thinteu chaalu .. but in between fruits n water velthey u can skip one meal ...

Diabetic patients fruits, grains tinakudadhu until they are normal again..they all convert to sugar. Oka 6 months boiled veggies, eggs, little bit meat water tho brathakali. Edhi torture anukunte future lo complications like blindess amputation stroke will be the biggest unbearable torture

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29 minutes ago, Beerboob123 said:

Diabetic patients fruits, grains tinakudadhu until they are normal again..they all convert to sugar. Oka 6 months boiled veggies, eggs, little bit meat water tho brathakali. Edhi torture anukunte future lo complications like blindess amputation stroke will be the biggest unbearable torture

Low glycemic index undetivi thinochu Vaa ...evaru chepparu thinakoodadhu Ani ... 8 yrs sandhi diabetic ikkada .... experience matters no

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12 minutes ago, migilindhi151 said:

Low glycemic index undetivi thinochu Vaa ...evaru chepparu thinakoodadhu Ani ... 8 yrs sandhi diabetic ikkada .... experience matters no

8 years lo ne blood sugar levels normal avvaledha uncle? Do you have any health issues because of that?

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Just now, Beerboob123 said:

8 years lo ne blood sugar levels normal avvaledha uncle? Do you have any health issues because of that?

Side effects untai , due to medicine ....like gastric issues, apetite ... Total ga food meedha virakthi vachesindhi...

 

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Just now, migilindhi151 said:

Side effects untai , due to medicine ....like gastric issues, apetite ... Total ga food meedha virakthi vachesindhi...

 

Are you physically active at all? Do you

eat excess carbs, rice sweets like a normal person? Or do you follow any specific diet

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14 hours ago, Point said:

Fasting glucose 115 mg/dl

after meals 151 mg/dl

google charts showing this is normal good range .my age 35+ Male

anything to be concerned? 

increase your fat intake and it should get normal, make sure to get good fat such as home made ghee, avocados, nut (little bit)

do not start any diabetic medication, there is nothing called pre diabetetic and post diabetic, this is all crap

anything below 120 used to norma back in 90's, people metabolize sugar in different levels based on their genes and lifestyle, increase aerobic activity and monitor your glucose levels daily

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Doravaru said:

That means you are very very close to being diabetic. But don’t worry . It is reversible .

carbs and sugar intake taggiyyu oka 2-3 months , do atleast 30 minutes walking every day that levels should drop in your next test 

I said 69 positions 

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On 9/28/2022 at 10:29 PM, nokia123 said:

How baa? Put some details on what you did to get it down 

food control bro

junk food purthiga pakkana petta (burger, pizza, biryani lu)

no sugar foods

week lo 6 days 45min workout

naku drink alavat ledu okavela unna vallu pakkana pedute best

morning egg whites or oats & afternoon fruits or chapati's

rice kuda only once in a day adi kuda 6lopu complete chestha

cholesterol kuda 265 unde 210 ki came

 

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34 minutes ago, cool_boy said:

food control bro

junk food purthiga pakkana petta (burger, pizza, biryani lu)

no sugar foods

week lo 6 days 45min workout

naku drink alavat ledu okavela unna vallu pakkana pedute best

morning egg whites or oats & afternoon fruits or chapati's

rice kuda only once in a day adi kuda 6lopu complete chestha

cholesterol kuda 265 unde 210 ki came

 

etla baa intha control and disciplined ga undadam....nenu for a month or two undagalanu...tharuvatha kashtam ayipothundhi... life ante inthena...itta emi thinakunda undi emi use ane peelings loki pothunna.....sugar lu BP lu peak ki pothegaani sudharayinchela ledhu evvaram..

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31 minutes ago, nokia123 said:

etla baa intha control and disciplined ga undadam....nenu for a month or two undagalanu...tharuvatha kashtam ayipothundhi... life ante inthena...itta emi thinakunda undi emi use ane peelings loki pothunna.....sugar lu BP lu peak ki pothegaani sudharayinchela ledhu evvaram..

lockdown lo light tisukoni tini kurchune sariki bandababu lekka tayyaru ayya bro almost 192lbs.

doctor ila ayete  kastam sir ani wanring ichindi

adi kaka covid vachinapudu chala ibbandi padda

so anduke 9months full strict ga maintain chesa now back to 150lbs 

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