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Re: [IP] what's your favorite cereal?



I have noticed that potatoes, rice, some pasta, pizza and Chinese food always
makes my bg high 2 hrs after and sometimes longer.  I have also noticed that my
bg is always high 2 hrs after and then sometimes will be back down at 3 to 4 hrs
after. 

Donna

email @ redacted wrote:
> 
> In a message dated 3/4/99 10:30:17 AM US Eastern Standard Time,
> email @ redacted writes:
> 
> << If you don't mind my asking what do your bgs run?  I would be on the floor.
>  Dang my bowl of Cheerios can send mine high.   >>
> 
> For a Chocolate Thunder? It takes a bit of insulin <g> and I still go higher
> into the 200s than I want to. And it takes a while to bring me back down.
> Which is why I don't eat the stuff that often. Haven't had one (or even part
> of one) for probably 4 or 5 months now.
> 
> However, there are foods that I have more trouble with. Bananas seem to be a
> problem for me, as is rice, bagels and, oddly, pasta and bread at the same
> meal. I can eat pasta. And I can eat bread. Can't see to handle both at once.
> And I don't handle high-fat very well (but I can "force" myself to tolerate it
> once in awhile lol) Thunder).
> 
> I think some people are affected more by carbs than others. I'm also a type 2,
> and I think that having some beta cell function helps. Also, I don't eat that
> stuff on a regular basis. Usually if I have dessert-type sugar, it's in the
> form of animal cookies or a small serving of reduced-fat, reduced-sugar ice
> cream.
> 
> BTW, "ducky" Nat has been forced to eat some of my cookin' and has,
> apparently, lived.
> 
> Jan
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