Does eating a lot of sugar the day before a glucose test affect the results?
hmmmmm.... sugar + glucode. therefore eating a lot of sugar would increase ur glucose level.....
why does the hepatic vein contain more glucose before eating
Smoking, eating, drinking, and brushing the teeth can affect test results, as can the way in which the person puts saliva on the slide.
After eating, glucose is greater in the hepatic portal vein than in the hepatic vein . Hepatic vein contain more glucose before eating, because the stomach is empty .
Yes, regardless of whether you follow guidelines from the American College of Clinical Endocrinologists or the American Diabetes Association--a blood glucose level of 312 after eating (or even before eating) is too high.
Yes, there is evidence that eating vegan can have beneficial results on hormonal related conditions.
results of eating uncooked rice are as follows: (i)it is very dangerous to health, (ii)it results in blood clotting in various parts of body, (iii)it results abnormal children after marriage, (iv)a person eating uncooked rice becomes fat with 2.5 months if she or he doesn't stop eating uncooked rice. (v)it results in death before 45 years if they don't stop eating it
No, it slows the effects.
Yes, you can. Corticosteroids eventually increase your blood glucose level, but the body's own mechanism to handle increased blood glucose concentrations will work immediately. Eating before or after steroids doesn't influence that mechanism negatively.
The adipose tissue, the liver and the muscles are the three tissues that absorb most glucose after eating.
An animal gets glucose molecules through eating plantings which contain the glucose molecules
It is produced in the chloroplasts of plants via photosynthesis. Glucose is not produced in humans (we get glucose by eating it).
Animals get the glucose in their cells through plants. They obtain the glucose by eating the plants and absorbing their glucose and energy.
Almost all foods contain glucose. Especially processed foods or deserts. This is why if your diabetic you have to check a little while after you eat before checking your blood sugar levels; for an accurate reading.
by eating it
It actually depends on when the level was tested. For glucose levels to be the most accurate, you should test them early in the morning before eating, or while fasting. You may also test them at least two hours after eating. A healthy glucose level under the right conditions is usually between 70 and 125. A reading of 132 (again, under the right conditions) could be a sign of diabetes or other serious health condition… Read More
The liver acts as the body's glucose reservoir. The liver stores glucose as glycogen, based on what your body needs. When you are eating, your liver stores glucose (as glycogen) for when your body needs it. When you are not eating, the liver supplies glycogen to the body. The glycogen breaks down to glucose so the cells can use it.
Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates the level of glucose, a simple sugar that provides energy, in the blood. The human body requires a steady amount of glucose throughout the day, and that glucose comes from the foods people eat. Obviously, though, people don't spend the entire day eating a bit of food at a time to maintain a steady stream of glucose. This is where insulin comes into play.
Yes you should not it for 4 hours prior to test
The blood vessel that contains the most glucose after eating is the hepatic portal vein. High concentration of glucose to low Hepatic portal vein > hepatic vein > mesenteric artery -Ruffles
It comes from food that the organism ate. Either from eating glucose it is a form of sugar or from eating other foods that are eventually broken down into sugar.
The blood vessel you would expect a high glucose content in after eating is the portal system.
It completely depends on when you tested your blood glucose. If it was a fasting number, meaning it was taken before any food was consumed, then I would speak with your doctor. Fasting blood sugars over 126 is considered to be "diabetic". If you got that reading, after eating, it also depends on how long after eating, you tested your blood glucose. If it was 2 hours, or more, after eating, I would keep an… Read More
for a 50 year old man, The blood sugar range is in between 70-126 before eating. After eating the level shall be below 170mg/dl before 2 hours. after 2 hrs it will reduced to normal range of 126.
They get it from eating other animals!
About 90% of eating disorders affect females.
When nutrients are absorbed from the small intestine they are first transported to the liver via the hepatic portal vein. That is where you will find the greatest concentration of glucose after eating.
The hepatic vein carries blood away from the liver to the vena cava which there is more glucose in the blood than required (for example, just after eating).
The things is that, the person with eating disorder eats, uncontrolled and they wont think at all before eating, so in magazine what ever they see, they use to thing of having dat, and this affects their eating habit.
A tree makes glucose using the sun's energy, and a mouse gets glucose by eating other living things.
Eating plants Glucose mis supplied through food.So they get them from plant materials
Eating any food will increase glucose levels in the blood. Eating simple sugars will make the level rapidly peak and then crash. The best is to eat complex carbs and proteins so that the level is more or less stable.
Glucose, yIu get it from eating.
Novolin is a short-acting insulin, taken for correcting high blood glucose and before or after eating. Novolog is a long-lasting insulin, taken to stabilize blood glucose between the times that you take your short-acting doses.
it actually helps gain energy because, glucose is the preferred energy source for most exercise, a energy (before exercise) meal should include foods that are high in carbohdryates and easy to digest. This include foods such as pasta, fruits, breads, energy bars and drinks. so and orange might be best for you to get a second wind
It means you are eating too much sugar.
Stress, eating habits, exercise, and lack of sleep are just a few of the many occurrences that may affect someones nutritional status. If someone works 12 hour shifts for example and doesn't have time for lunch, then it will affect not only the nutritional status of their body but also the amount of energy they have. One of the body's main sources of energy is glucose (which predominantly comes from carbohydrate-rich food). Not eating right… Read More
Its stops there being a too high glucose level, and also there being a lack of glucose.
The body uses glucose as energy. Excess glucose is stored as fat (in animals) and as starch (in plants).
The most common stimulus causing blood glucose levels to rise is eating carbohydrates.
Can drinking a 725ml bottle of cola and eating 4 chocolate bars the night before a test for diabetes affect the result?
Most certainly. Anything you eat can affect your diabetes even three days later.
Eating Oreos lifts my spirits.
First, understand that a hormone is a type of enzyme. Insulin and glucagon are the two hormones in the pancreas. If you have too much glucose in your blood (i.e. eating a lot of carbohydrates like pasta, bread, fruits, milk, cake, and so on) then the hormone insulin will come out. Insulin decreases blood glucose. If you have to little glucose in your blood (i.e. exercising for a while without eating carbohydrates, not eating for… Read More
They affect you because they are hurting your body.
The pH of what you are eating or drinking.
Climate can affect ersion by EATING PIE
Testing first thing in the morning, before eating, gives glucose levels after a time of fasting - this, apparently, is helpful for a doctor to know. If you test two hours after eating, you get an idea of how well your body handles food. This, also, is of interest to doctors. Some people can get good a good result after fasting, but a less than good result two hours after eating. And vice versa. I… Read More
No, 93 is not high for blood glucose. Are you a diabetic? How long after eating was the blood test taken, the length of time from when you have eaten will effect the glucose test as will exercise. More information is needed to answer your question. Cheyzer
from eating food or drinking