FAQ: What does it mean if I have a biphasic spike (two glucose spikes after a meal)?
What does it mean if I have a biphasic spike (two glucose spikes after a meal)?
After consuming a large amount of dietary carbohydrates, individuals display many different patterns of glucose elevation. Some individuals will spike just once (a “monophasic” glucose curve) and others will have two peaks (a “biphasic” curves). A biphasic curve may be associated with better metabolic fitness. Practicing continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) with Levels may reveal your individual patterns, offering insight into your own glycemic regulation. You can read more about this from our blog: What does it mean if I had two glucose spikes after a meal? Biphasic spikes, explained
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