I was diagnosed with Diabetes on February of this year. After my initial hospitalization with blood sugar levels of over 500, I have been able to reduce my sugar levels to between 75 and 130 through diet.
My problem is that my blood sugar levels seem to be at their highest first thing in the morning, generally between 115 and 130 before eating a breakfast of whole grain cereal and a hard boiled egg.
By noon my blood sugar has dropped to around 85 and tends to stay at that level. I can't figure out why my levels would be so high after not eating for 8-9 hours...
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