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"practically" - how low is 'low glucose'

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Posted 22 September 2022 - 11:49 PM

Hypoglycemia we know gets defined numerically as anything equal less than 70mg/dL.  For non-diabetic, apparently healthy, if you do not have/observe deleterious symptoms and hang around periodically in 60s and on rare occasions in 50s (e.g. once/week)

a) is that cause of concern from longevity perspective

b) also is there any benefit from longevity perspective

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