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 Glucose Substitutes?

Answer Glucose (also called dextrose) is a sugar found naturally in foods and is the fundamental energy source for humans and animals. You can use a glucose substitute in food in order to reduce calories ... Read More »
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Top Q&A For: Glucose Substitutes

Are meat substitutes (or "meatless" substitutes) considered to be processed foods?

processed? very much so. very, very much so. i do agree it is a unique product. very strange; not something i'm comfortable with at this point. Fusarium venenatum, grown in vats, (it's not a mu... Read More »
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If for a diabetic person blurred vision is after taking food then it is due to high glucose or low glucose.?

It is usually from high blood sugar but it can also be from spiking real high and then crashing to a low. The only way to tell is to use your meter and test your blood. You would need to test bef... Read More »
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Does the liver store glucose and the pancreas secrete glucose?

Liver convert glucose into glycogen and store the same in its cells (Glycogenesis). In the case of hypoglycemia, glucagon secreted by alpha cells of the pancreas converts glycogen into glucose and ... Read More »
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I have 104 mg/dL fasting blood glucose and 285 mg/dL post prandial blood glucose. Am I diabetic?

The question is, why are you not asking your doctor this?Anyway, the link provided will explain your blood work.
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