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Old 06-26-2015, 05:15   #21
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For b'fast? Or did I read it wrong? I don't do well with carbs in the morning. That would have to be an evening meal or at least lunch. I have to have fewer than two eggs with bacon in the morning.


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Old 06-26-2015, 14:38   #22
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Yes, Patdart. A breakfast that a couple of years ago would have dropped my blood sugar by 20 points or so.

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The 'study' may be read in full here.

Interesting that they focused on splitting carbs into vegetables and starchy. The difference came from starchy carbs being eaten last. To put this another way, the starchy carbs were eaten after 16g of fat, thus delaying the spike.

n=11 is an opinion, not a study. I would personally like to see the 3 hour results.

Johns A1c has remained pretty constant, and we eat a very varied LCHF diet with fruit and vegetables Cathyy. I have not seen any sign of the downwards spiral that you insist on, quite the contrary in fact.

On that note, I feel this thread has reached its natural conclusion., grammaB and RCG like this.
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