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A Cup of Coffee Before Breakfast may Spike Blood Sugar Levels

Researcher Terry Graham of the University of Guelph in Canada has
said that people who drink a cup of coffee before breakfast face the risk of
elevating their blood sugar levels. ...Read More

Posted on : Wednesday, May 21, 2008 12:00 AM
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I am not diabetic. However, because of intermittent tiredness and dizziness over the past year, and an escalation of those symptoms recently, I decided to begin testing my blood sugar levels to see if perhaps I had low blood sugar hypoglycemia. I tested 7 times a day and after 36 hours of testing my blood sugar is 64-70 upon morning wakening. After 1 cup of coffee(no sugar, 1 tsp creamer, 1 aspartame)on an empty stomaach I felt faint. My blood sugar spiked to 166-168 each time. Therefore, unless I'm missing something, there is definitely a correlation between caffeine and insulin-resistance. I have Grave's Disease and will inform my findings to my Endocrinolgist today. Tomorrow I shall eat first and see what happens. Quite interesting to me.
Replied on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 12:00 AM
I have the same thing happen, when I get up I take my meds and then 1 cup of coffee with 1 creamer and 1 equil and my sugar jumps to over 200..What causes this to happen? Bill
Replied on Saturday, September 12, 2009 12:00 AM
When I get up and check my sugar level its normaly around 100-120, I take my meds, and drink a cup of coffee with 1 creamer and 1 equal and my sugar level will jump to over 200/250 dont understand this but its the truth...Bill
Replied on Saturday, September 12, 2009 12:00 AM
 


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