This probably is way out in left field but, there has been some research regarding an enzyme called glycosyltransferase GnT-4a which enables the beta cells in the pancreas to properly sense blood glucose levels. Apparently a diet high in fat can block/interfere with the signaling to those beta cells, which leads to high blood sugar levels.....like I said probably not what's happening, but your blood sugar shouldn't have pre-diabetic levels while on a low carb diet. sorry I couldn't be more help. I would imagine you fasted before getting your blood tested and weren't consuming fruit or anything sweet just before? To be on the safe side I would probably get an A1c blood test done.
Last edited by Chefgerry; 08-13-2010 at 09:24 PM.
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