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Re: [IP] Re: insulin-pumpers-digest V9 #875

Hmmmmm with their reasoning, I could eat chocolate and 'convince' my  
body it was a plate of vegetables I was eating <VVBG!>. They seem to  
negate the biological science in insulin 'demand and supply' that the  
normal body would do.

On Jun 2, 2006, at 10:51 AM, <email @ redacted> wrote:

> I don't this could happen with Type I diabetics because we have no  
> insulin to
> produce.
> Barb Dame wrote:
>> I listened to a nutritionist who claims that diet pop makes us fat  
>> and
>> here is her explaination:  She says when you drink diet pop, your
>> taste buds signal to your brain that something sweet is coming
>> (because of the sweet taste).  Your brain signals your pancreas to  
>> put
>> out insulin to cover the "sweet" food.  Because there is no carbs to
>> cover, our blood sugar levels drop causing us to get hungry and
>> actually overeat.  Now, if this is true, wouldn't we notice a blood
>> level drop after drinking diet pop since we check our levels all the
>> time?  So, my question is... do any of you notice feeling low after
>> drinking a diet beverage?
>> Thanks,
>> Barb .
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