Re: Effing nutritionist
- From: Jackie Patti <jpatti@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2007 20:54:57 -0500
The point is to find your peak. If you're peaking at 2 hours, you have
a very unusual metabolism to say the least.
What doesn't make sense is that most of the people who are so adamant
about testing at 1 hour instead of 2 are those who eat a higher fat
and higher protein diet which will delay a spike.
Theoretically, it will, but we all vary; I can't seem to find a "pizza effect" in any of my meals at all. So far, Smylin is not delaying my peak, though it's supposed to slow gastric emptying.
That's kind of the point, we have to test to find our own peaks.
I'm all for people testing as often as they want...every hour on the
hour if they choose to. But to advise others to test at 1 hour when
they're eating higher fat and higher protein diet is not good advice
Agreed. Luckily, people are being advised to find thier own peaks, not to test at any specific magic time that works for everyone.
In the post you're replying to with this objection, the bit you snipped was Nicky explaining that she used to peak at 90 minutes and now peaks at 45-60. Hey, we don't even have to compare to each other, our *own* mileage varies.
In short, you're arguing with a strawman, just as your recent post when you spoke out against the all-cheese diet.
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