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Re: [IP] Help with recipe carb count - unexplained high

email @ redacted wrote:
> I have to disagree on you saying that fat doesn't raise bg"s. It definitely
> will, it just doesn't raise them as fast.

Well, my own experience is that I usually eat fat with accompanying
carb. The fat seems to increase insulin resistance, so I don't peak as
high, but I stay up longer.

I have still not figured out which is the better scenario: To peak
lower, say 180, and stay above 150 or 4 or 5 hours, OR to peak higher,
say 250 and be back down to normal (under 120) in 3 hours. 

I think I feel less symptomatic on the peak high and come down quickly
variant, but even that's not always predictable. 
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