It's fine if your blood sugar is the same or even a little lower if you test after you eat. That means the food is not making your blood sugar high.
I think you should keep a journal about
your blood sugar so you can see how it reacts to food. To begin, get a little book or some sheets of paper and write the date and time each day: blood sugar reading when you get up and the time, blood sugar right before you eat and the time, exactly what food you eat and the time and then your blood sugar two hours after you finish eating. And write down if you feel strange, dizzy or sick. Do this for several days. It's not necessary to do this every day. Then, look at the results of your blood sugar readings.
Sometimes our blood sugar drops low after eating a very high carb meal and then it can make us feel strange.
I think you should have more blood tests done along with the blood sugar levels. A "Complete Blood Count" or CBC is a simple blood test and will give information about
how your thyroid and other organs are performing.
I am not a doctor but I am concerned that the doctors you are seeing are not looking into your situation more. The burning feet 'might' be neuropathy related to high blood sugar/diabetes but a knowledgeable doctor needs to examine them.
Laniediabetes moderatordiabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
very low carb way of eating Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/