I’ll have to monitor this some more. Tonite, 1 1/2 hours after my 3 mile walk, with no coffee or food (or fast paced movies :), my blood sugar was 99, virtually unchanged from the reading immediately after exercise. Why would stress hormones enter into this - does the body think all exercise is a stressor? What about endorphins being released and actually making you feel better? And if you blood sugar is around 100, wouldn’t the body think that was fairly normal and not see a need to release more sugar? Or has the body been fooled by higher than normal numbers in the past and thus thinks that I’m low? I find all of this quite interesting and look forward to hearing further comments. Thanks to everyone for chiming in! Great forum here.