Does a glass of wine lower or higher your glucose readings 8 to 10 hours later? I was told by my
Dr. That a glass of wine is great for the HDL and he is an endocronologist.

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Comment by Jenny on March 18, 2008 at 5:29am
I tested this out and here's my experience. For the first couple days wine before bed did lower my fbg the next day. Then it stopped working.

No idea why.
Comment by Maureen on March 18, 2008 at 8:52am
It can lower your glucose readings. Alcohol gives a signal to your liver to stop dumping glucose into your system. This is why insulin-dependent diabetes and those taking sulphonylureas (drugs that stimulate insulin secretion) need to take care when using alcohol - it can bring on a hypoglycemic reaction.

I often have a glass of red wine with my meal (it does do great things for my HDL!). I limit my intake to one or one and a half glasses, always with food.
Comment by David K on August 16, 2009 at 9:35pm
Maureen----------- We have something in common..... 6.2 A!C

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