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The dawn phenomenon


s you sleep, while your body is fasting, your liver is the primary driver of your blood glucose levels, says Gary Scheiner, certified diabetes educator and author of . All night long, the liver releases sugar to provide the brain and nervous system with energy. In the early hours of the morning, a series of hormones that boost energy and alertness send additional sugar

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