RE: Glucose Tolerance Test -- any tricks?
I've heard that eating protein on the day of the test will help your results.
However, I wonder if trying to eat differently just to pass the test is a good idea. It's supposed to catch potential problems and it can't do that accurately if you are changing your eating habits in the hopes to trick the test. If you are worried about it and don't feel it's a necessary test, why don't you just decline it? It's not required that you take it.
I hope I haven't offended anyone with my above comments. I don't mean to tell you that you're doing something wrong, just to point out that maybe it's not in your best interest to try to trick the test.