I am puzzled by my high BS levels after certain high intensity exercises. I researched on the internet and found plausible reasons for this. One being that during high intensity exercises, the body tends to burn fat for energy instead of sugar and so it is normal to have high sugars after the exercise. Now I have a two fold question. The first is whether that explanation is true and second should I stop doing the exercise. I scheduled a doctors appointment in two weeks. In the meantime I don't know whether I should continue or stop.
As for the background, I was diagnosed type 2 about a month and half back. I had fasting BS levels of 150. Since starting on diet and exercise I was able to bring fasting BS levels down to 110 - 120. I am really happy about my weight loss too and don't want to stop exercising even though I know I will get a medical opinion in two weeks (hopefully a correct one). So I wanted to get some input from you all as a community because of the vast amount of experience and knowledge.
Thanks in advance
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