Thank you 👍🏼 for the explanation. Yeah, it didn’t sound like something healthy to do.Urine does flush glucose -- but only after it's done its job in our cells. Our bodies are designed to store glucose and water for possible later use; when our systems are saturated with both our bodies are designed to get rid of the extra. But the liver can store a lot of glucose -- that's why a high-glucose meal for us can show up on our meters for a couple of days after we eat it even if we're on the straight and narrow afterward. It is possible to overhydrate, but when that happens our bodies are low on necessary nutrients like magnesium and potassium as well and we've got bigger problems than lower blood glucose levels.
Would that this guy's theory worked. But it doesn't.