Hi and welcome! Sometimes the doctor's office just does a non-fasting blood test for blood sugar to get a general idea of how your blood sugar is. That hazelnut creamer probably raised your blood sugar and even though it's not that high, it's probably higher than the result of a person who does not have any blood sugar issues.
be on the threshold of insulin resistance which manifests itself in higher blood sugar than a non-diabetic but I would think your doctor would order another blood test and tell you to watch your diet. A fasting blood test should be under 100 according to the chart. Between 100 and 125 is regarded as "pre-diabetic" and over 125 as diabetic. However, a non-diabetic's fasting and random test is almost always in the 80's.
Well, maybe it's a wake-up call and maybe not, but in any case it's good that you're wondering what's going on rather than flipping it off! If anyone in your family has diabetes and if you are overweight yourself, then that pushes you in that direction.
So, please read the link in my signature which is to a website that give a lot of info about
blood sugar and the stickies at the top of this forum for more understanding of blood sugar.
And you'll be fine. That 105 is not critical. We're here for you and if you have any questions or concerns, just post!
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very low carb way of eating Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/