Foods containing carbohydrates have the greatest impact on blood sugar levels, according to the University of Illinois Extension. Fruit, milk products, cereals, legumes and starchy vegetables are examples of carbohydrate... More »

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The quickest way to elevate blood sugar levels is to ingest a food or drink that is free of fat or protein but high in sugar. Fats and proteins slow absorption of sugar, keeping out glucose needed to avoid a low blood su... More »

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Elevated blood sugar is not a known side effect of taking famotidine 20 milligrams, according to Drugs.com. Some common side effects of famotidine include diarrhea, constipation, headache and dizziness, states MedlinePlu... More »

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Food affects the blood sugar when carbohydrates are broken down into sugar and enter the bloodstream to raise the blood sugar levels. An increase in blood sugar causes the pancreas to produce insulin, a substance that re... More »

The digestive system processes food containing carbohydrates as sugar which enters the blood stream, and simple carbohydrates tend to spike blood sugar levels more rapidly than complex carbohydrates, according to Harvard... More »

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Low blood sugar levels measuring less than 70 milligrams per deciliter are immediately treated by taking 15 to 30 grams of quickly absorbed carbohydrates, such as candies, juices, fruits and glucose tablets or gel, expla... More »

The quickest way to elevate blood sugar levels is to ingest a food or drink that is free of fat or protein but high in sugar. Fats and proteins slow absorption of sugar, keeping out glucose needed to avoid a low blood su... More »

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