184 trying to get back down to 175ish
lift in 3 day cycles
mostly focus on the main 3 powerlifting exercies (deads, squats, bench)
saturdays are usually strongman events training.
so basically the gist of things here are dont eat anything that comes pre made and stick with stuff i have to cook myself. in the last couple years ive cut alot of junk out of my diet such as soda, candy, junk food etc. just another step in refining i guess. thanks for the help.
the doc never told me an exact number just said it was 30 points higher then last year, so i figuered id do something about it before it goes to something i have to really worry about. [/quote]
Are you sure your doctor was talking about “blood sugar”?? Having it listed as “points” is not correct medical terminology for blood sugar readings.
Also, there really is no other way to do any longterm blood sugar tracking than an A1C test, which the results would be in the order of 3.0-10.0 (roughly), not “points” and certainly not “30 points higher”. It really doesn’t make any sense. The only thing I’ve seen listed as points is cholesterol.
This might be worth having you doctor explain to you exactly what he was testing and how it affects you. If he just randomly tested your blood to get a blood sugar reading, and it was 30 “points” higher than the last time he randomly tested it- well he’s not much of a doctor then, or doesn’t understand the human body very well in general.
Most of the suggestions the other guys listed are good, but after reviewing your diet (while not great for bodybuilding) it’s not horrible from a blood sugar standpoint, especially considering your activity level, height, weight, etc.
All in all I don’t think you have anything to worry about. I would take a look at your diet to make sure it meets your current goals, whatever they are.