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Mr Shankar lal jat   
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The Glycemic Index (GI) measures the impact a certain food has on your blood sugar levels due to its own sugar content. Values of 55 and higher are considered medium and high GI. Foods at these levels should be consumed in moderation. Foods with a GI of 50 and below are considered acceptable.Although the GI numbers shouldn’t be an absolute deterrent on what you should or shouldn’t eat, it’s a useful tool to understand how food impacts blood sugar. Depending on their state of ripeness. Unripe bananas have a GI of about 42. Ripe bananas with brown specks have a GI of around 48 to 51. As a rule, the riper the fruit, the higher the GI value or sugar content. Half a banana has approximately 15 grams of sugar and should have a low impact on your blood sugar levels.

The sudden rise in insulin will cause their liver to release its stored glycogen to compensate and glycogon to stop the pancrease from releasing more insulin. If too much insulin is injected the blood glucose level will drop dangerously low causing coma and may even result in the death of the individual.

Fruit is naturally quite high in sugars and fruit will typically have more carbohydrate than non-starchy vegetables. Some fruits are more sugary than others. For example, banana and mango, cheeku, grapes are examples of more sugary fruits whereas berries are examples of less sugary fruits. You may find therefore that you need to choose smaller portions of certain fruits depending on your blood glucose levels

The following sites are safe for injecting insulin during pregnancy: The top and outer area of the thigh. Absorption of insulin is slower from this site unless you exercise, The upper and outer area of the arms, The buttocks. The insulin injection location should be rotated within each site. The new location should be slightly away from each other.

The Glycemic Index (GI) measures the impact a certain food has on your blood sugar levels due to its own sugar content. Values of 55 and higher are considered medium and high GI. Foods at these levels should be consumed in moderation. Foods with a GI of 50 and below are considered acceptable.Although the GI numbers shouldn’t be an absolute deterrent on what you should or shouldn’t eat, it’s a useful tool to understand how food impacts blood sugar. Depending on their state of ripeness. Unripe bananas have a GI of about 42. Ripe bananas with brown specks have a GI of around 48 to 51. As a rule, the riper the fruit, the higher the GI value or sugar content. Half a banana has approximately 15 grams of sugar and should have a low impact on your blood sugar levels.

The sudden rise in insulin will cause their liver to release its stored glycogen to compensate and glycogon to stop the pancrease from releasing more insulin. If too much insulin is injected the blood glucose level will drop dangerously low causing coma and may even result in the death of the individual.

Fruit is naturally quite high in sugars and fruit will typically have more carbohydrate than non-starchy vegetables. Some fruits are more sugary than others. For example, banana and mango, cheeku, grapes are examples of more sugary fruits whereas berries are examples of less sugary fruits. You may find therefore that you need to choose smaller portions of certain fruits depending on your blood glucose levels

The following sites are safe for injecting insulin during pregnancy: The top and outer area of the thigh. Absorption of insulin is slower from this site unless you exercise, The upper and outer area of the arms, The buttocks. The insulin injection location should be rotated within each site. The new location should be slightly away from each other.