Just concluded a 90 day monitoring of my blood sugar. Sampled 3x a day:
Total average was 85. Diet is solid "Bulletproof". 60% fat, 20% carb (~100g), 20% protein. No energy/health issues. Feel awesome. 10% bodyfat.
Obviously my FBS being the daily highpoint average is the work of the sleep-cycle waking horomones.
Over the next 90 days I aim to experiment with Carb backloading and sleep monitoring and am curious...
You don't have Dawn phenomenon, your blood sugars are completely normal. Blood glucose spikes due to the Dawn phenomenon are perhaps an order of magnitude higher than what you're experiencing.
As to your question about higher morning blood glucose following lower bedtime blood glucose it has been proposed that this is due to counterregulatory hormones and called the Somogyi effect:
Note that the Somogyi effect is still quite controversial and (to my knowledge) does not have empirical support.
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