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RE: [IP] Non-diabetic highest BG?



> Hello fellow Pumpers/Pumper's Parents/Pumper's SOs,
> 
> Does anyone know what would the highest BG reading for a healthy
> non-diabetic person is?  What I mean is, after a high-carb meal, how
> high does the BG go and for how long before the pancreas takes over
> and corrects? I assume that it is a YMMV and it will depend on the
> meal's protein/fat content.  But I am assuming there is some type of
> high-limit no matter what - Am I thinking correctly?
> 
> Also, how fast-acting is real insulin (the one the pancreas
> releases)?
> 

The threshold for "diabetes" was recently lowered to 126mg/dL for 
fasting bloodsugar levels and/or OGTT values (Oral Glucose Tolerance 
Test) values of 200 mg/dL at the 2 hour interval.

Michael
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