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    1-Hour Post-Prandial Glucose Predicts Risk For Type 2 Diabetes

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    1-Hour Post-Prandial Glucose Predicts Risk For Type 2 Diabetes

    Post by graham64 on Tue Feb 20 2018, 22:54

    Study finds diabetes complications and mortality may be better predicted with elevated 1-hour blood glucose levels compared with 2-hour blood glucose levels.

    http://www.diabetesincontrol.com/1-hour-post-prandial-glucose-predicts-risk-for-type-2-diabetes/


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    Post by chris c on Thu Feb 22 2018, 23:19

    I'm shocked, I tell you, shocked!

    This is exactly what thousands of diabetics have been doing since 2002 if not earlier

    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.co.uk/2009/04/test-test-test.html

    Just think, if they'd studied those thousands of "just anecdotes" in the ADA Forum they would have found this out well over a decade ago.
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    Post by graham64 on Fri Feb 23 2018, 21:48

    @chris c wrote:I'm shocked, I tell you, shocked!

    This is exactly what thousands of diabetics have been doing since 2002 if not earlier

    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.co.uk/2009/04/test-test-test.html

    Just think, if they'd studied those thousands of "just anecdotes" in the ADA Forum they would have found this out well over a decade ago.

    Yes I recall arguing with that stupid mod cugila about the need to test at one hour and after to find the peak BG but he insisted on quoting NICE two hour PP of 8.5


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    Post by chris c on Sun Feb 25 2018, 20:58

    Has anyone seen him around since his dire forum crashed and burned?

    Yes the key is to find the PEAK glucose which may vary around a bit but is generally around the 1 hour mark. It's the nearest DIY equivalent to a Kraft Insulin Assay in terms of spotting problems as early as possible.

    I had a friend who used to get a lot of stick on usenet for not testing regularly. What he actually did was to eat a standard meal once every few weeks, then test every quarter hour out to about three hours, then plot the results as a graph and compare it to previous graphs to spot long term changes.

    Goes without saying he was an engineer . . .
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    Post by graham64 on Sun Feb 25 2018, 21:44

    @chris c wrote:Has anyone seen him around since his dire forum crashed and burned?

    Yes the key is to find the PEAK glucose which may vary around a bit but is generally around the 1 hour mark. It's the nearest DIY equivalent to a Kraft Insulin Assay in terms of spotting problems as early as possible.

    I had a friend who used to get a lot of stick on usenet for not testing regularly. What he actually did was to eat a standard meal once every few weeks, then test every quarter hour out to about three hours, then plot the results as a graph and compare it to previous graphs to spot long term changes.

    Goes without saying he was an engineer . . .

    Kenny just disappeared like the other mods of his ilk catherinecherub and nobblyhead  when stripped of their mods jobs must have hurt their big ego's.

    Meanwhile this is interesting

    Type 2 Diabetes Can Begin 20 Years Prior to Diagnosis

    http://www.diabetesincontrol.com/type-2-diabetes-can-begin-20-years-prior-to-diagnosis/


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    Post by chris c on Sun Feb 25 2018, 22:05

    Dammit, I HATE when they don't link to the actual study.

    Doesn't surprise me, wouldn't surprise Joseph Kraft either. In my case (and a number of others with similar symptoms) it took about fifty years. Even then I was "only" prediabetic, and according to current standards I was never that either.

    As David Ludwig said, prediabetes isn't really pre-anything.
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    Post by graham64 on Sun Feb 25 2018, 22:15

    @chris c wrote:Dammit, I HATE when they don't link to the actual study.

    Doesn't surprise me, wouldn't surprise Joseph Kraft either. In my case (and a number of others with similar symptoms) it took about fifty years. Even then I was "only" prediabetic, and according to current standards I was never that either.

    As David Ludwig said, prediabetes isn't really pre-anything.

    I've found the link 

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dom.13241/full


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    Re: 1-Hour Post-Prandial Glucose Predicts Risk For Type 2 Diabetes

    Post by chris c on Tue Feb 27 2018, 21:26

    Over here

    http://sci-hub.hk/10.1111/dom.13241

    I thought it looked familiar, someone had already posted it on Twitter

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