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RE: [IPk] Diet, Exercise + raised BGMIs

> Hi Bev
> I think the problem is almost certainly that since you're
> eating much 
> during the day, your insulin levels are very low. When you 
> start exercising, 
> you're getting an increase in BG level because there's not 
> enough insulin in 
> your body to start with. 

That sounds like a good explanation Di.  I am nervous about
increasing my basal or bolusing before I run but maybe I'll
eat a banana mid-morning and bolus a little more than usual
and see how that goes.


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