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Re: [IPk] Protein

In message <email @ redacted>, Karen
Hanna Kruzycka <email @ redacted> writes
>I'd really like to investigate the effect of protein in a meal on BG levels.
>I had a bacon & egg sarnie (very naughty) for lunch today. My BG was just 
>under 5 beforehand. 2 hours after the meal, it was 2.8. 2 hours later 
>still, it's 12.2! Is that the result of the large amount of protein 
>involved? If not there's something else seriously wrong which I'm going to 
>have to determine...

Don't forget the 12.2 could result from the hypo, and not the fat or
protein. - results for 24 hrs after a hypo should be excluded from your

The good news is, of course, that you now _have_ to eat lots of egg and
bacon sarnies in the name of science!

Best wishes,

dm 30+, 508 1+

Pat Reynolds
email @ redacted
   "It might look a bit messy now, but just you come back in 500 years time" 
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