Myth: Skipping meals will lower blood sugar (glucose).

Truth: Blood sugar is complicated! Skipping meals may actually push your blood glucose higher.

When you skip meals or don't eat for several hours, your brain tells your liver to release stored glucose, called glycogen. For some people with type 2 diabetes, the liver delivers too much glycogen, leading to high blood sugar. (Source at bottom)


If you do have to miss a meal, eat Extend Nutrition.

Extend Nutrition contains extended-action carbohydrates that release very slowly into the bloodstream – keeping your blood sugar stable for up to 9 hours.







(Source) Diabetic Living

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