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[IP] Calling all Coffee Lovers
- Subject: [IP] Calling all Coffee Lovers
- From: email @ redacted
- Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 10:49:02 EDT
Who else besides me on the list is a coffee junkie? Do you notice that it
causes problems with your blood sugar? I'm talking about the straight black,
unadulterated brew here, not with a bunch of milk and sugar and flavored syrup
Here's the background for my question. I normally make my own coffee at home
and drink a couple of cups in the morning without a problem. Yesterday, my
morning cup didn't seem to satisfy me (it was cold and rainy and I wanted the
comfort of a hot beverage) so I bought a cup after lunch from a campus
espresso cart. I just got their plain jane house blend, nothing fancy this
time, no espresso, no latte, just good ol' joe. I had been having a "super"
bg day, staying in the 90's. An hour after I got the coffee, my bg was 222.
They make their coffee stronger than I do at home. Does anyone know for sure
if caffeine has a recognized affect on bg? Perhaps my body has adapted to my
personal brew but can't handle *extra* strength stuff. When I make espresso
at home, I bolus for the milk in my latte and life is great! I'm becoming
very leary of coffee houses and espresso carts.
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