How to Lower Morning Blood Sugar

By Hope S. Warshaw, RD, CDE, 2011

Find out why your blood sugar is high in the morning and the steps you can take to lower morning highs or high fasting blood sugar levels.

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Waking Up to High Fasting Blood Glucose Numbers

Waking Up to High Fasting Blood Glucose Numbers

Many people believe that what you eat in the evening affects your morning blood glucose, also known as blood sugar, but often the real culprit in a high result is what's gone awry with the hormones that work to control blood sugar levels. Here are some steps you can take to lower your morning highs.



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