Thank you for the reply.
I was diagnosed as type II diabetic about almost two weeks ago. My bsl was 26.9mmol (UK standards/units). I had exericsed and eaten less than hour before my blood was taken. This might have been the cause for the high reading.
About six days later I provided a fasting blood sample (I didn't consume anything for about 14 hours prior). The bsl came back over 14mmol. And the longer term reading was in the 130s or 140s (I am not sure what - I haven't been back to discuss this result yet).
I started the Kefir about 8 days ago (Saturday), and have been consuming approx. 250ml (250cc) daily, in the mornings on an empty stomach. I plan to continue this for two months, or until my next blood test. I am keeping a diary with this information.
Is there anyway I can test the blood myself - perhaps purchase something from amazon (if not too expensive) that will give reliable results. This way I can monitor if the kefir is working for me.