Has anyone else read any books by Mark Hayman, MD? I have been reading his book. I am also taking cinnamin supplements, fish oil (with EPA & DHA), Flaxseed, magnesium, Vitamin D-3 (I was deficient in Vitmain D - 17) Vitmain B complex and noticed for a few weeks my blood sugar stays under 100 during fastings and then for no apparent reason my sugar spikes to around 123 on my fastings. I haven't been able to figure out why my blood sugar fasting are fluxuating like this? I am only on Toprol and do not want to go on meds for diabetes if possible. Since I have been monitoring my food my A1C has actually gone up. Before I was eating whatever I wanted and my A1C was 6.9 but my cholesterol and triglycerides were out of wack. The easy part was getting my chol & triglycerides down, and I lost about 13 pounds - weighing in at about 102 now. So apparently I am doing something wrong for the blood sugar #s. I eat mostly fish, salad, cottage cheese and lentil and some brown rice. Thanks, Julie
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