4.1 MMOL/l 73.8 MG/DL 73.8

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81. But fasting readings usually start out good; it's what happens through the rest of the day that's the problem . . .

98

101!

Did you test for ketones, Garethc?

103 at 5 am, went for a 5 mile run, then 144, ugh.

88

Last night I was 4.3 (77) before bed so ate a "snack" (Skittles) of 8g and then an hour later was 8.3 (148) so corrected that. Woke up this morning at 7.9 (142). Not bad at all compared to what I've been getting, but as usual my blood sugar doesn't do what it's "supposed" to do ("snack" worked too well, correction didn't work enough).

But oh well, today is Canada Day! So happy Canada Day to all my fellow Canadians!!!

Mine was a bit low, 47, when I woke up, we went out and partied in St. Louis last night. It was 105 when we rolled into town, we drank and ate various junk foods for about 5 or 6 hours, then went back to the hotel and had a gross pizza from room service (and another beer), I hadn't eaten St. Louis style 'za before and must have guessed wrong. Fortunately, today was the day off working out this week so I just did chores and errands when we got home and have had a relatively flat day. Whew. Sorry I don't remember the #s!

98

98 as well.

98 seems to be the golden number this morning. I'm pretty happy with it too.
Fasting 5.9 (102) @ 7 am

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