Late night fruit

Bgmyke
By Bgmyke Latest Reply 2009-06-11 08:10:17 -0500
Started 2009-06-10 09:28:22 -0500

I have noticed that if I have an apple after dinner, usually a couple of hours before bed, my BS is higher in the morning. Anyone else have this problem?


3 replies

Gabby
GabbyPA 2009-06-11 08:10:17 -0500 Report

Morning highs are the bane of my diabetes, but one thing that I find does help is to include a little fat with my night time snack. I add nuts personally, but you can choose. The other thing I am now doing is exercising after dinner instead of in the morning. That has helped me a lot too.

mamaoak
mamaoak 2009-06-10 17:59:04 -0500 Report

yes my BS is all so higher in the mornig it can be 90 before bed and in the morning up to 113 & and 109 with no snacks cant figuer it out. hope someone has a solusion.

kdroberts
kdroberts 2009-06-10 11:59:21 -0500 Report

Makes sense. Apples are fairly high in carb and that carb is mainly sugar. If you eat the apple on its own it will raise your blood sugar which means it has further to come down than if you didn't eat it. Add that in with the hormone changes overnight it makes sense that you would be higher in the morning.