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Question: My sugar level is 139 after 2 hrs of glucose, please suggest me the diet

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Answer: Hi dear, Your sugar levels are still in range.but on higher borderline. You can still control it with your lifestyle.staying active is one of them.eating healthy carbs especially the complex carbohydrates like brown rice,whole wheat ,Dalia,whole grains,quinoa,oats etc could control blood sugar level.also ,avoiding refined sugar,and other refined food items would help you balance it.
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