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elly23

175d

intermittent fasting with type 1 I hVe been waking up in the morning with HI readings even if i was fine throughout the day and at bedtime.... any body knows why? should I give up on I.F.?

    • elly23

      175d

      Thanks I'm aware of the dawn phenomenon, I've had diabetes for 14 years...I think I will have to be even more conscious about what I eat the night before. Ugh it's such a pain!

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One of the reasons for high blood sugar levels in the morning could be the dawn phenomenon, which is a natural rise in blood sugar due to hormonal changes in the body. Some people have also mentioned that what you eat the night before can affect your morning readings. It's recommended to consult with your doctor or a healthcare professional about whether you should continue with intermittent fasting.

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