Re: OT Food question
- From: Dana Carpender <dcarpend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 16:15:50 GMT
On Sun, 27 Nov 2005 04:07:39 GMT, Dana Carpender <dcarpend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
But Lindy, is it possible for one to have a BG reading of 200 and
still be healthy? That's what I question. I mean isn't it possible
that 200 *for me* is healthy and normal?
Replying to this again: Be aware that high blood sugar *in and of itself* is highly damaging. Glycation of proteins -- the reaction of proteins combining with high blood sugar levels -- is the subject of the hottest anti-aging research going on today.
And remember, there's nothing "natural" or "normal" about eating lots of grains and sugar. We all have hunter-gatherer ancestors.
Yes, my nutritionist pretty much put the kibosh on all the goodies. And I'm only allowed 165 g of carbs a day. And that skim or 1% milk I'm allowed to have is the most vile, unaesthetic appealing stuff I've ever seen. It looks like milk flavored water. Yuck
I'll make you green with envy: For the past couple of months I've been getting raw, unhomogenized milk from all grass-fed cattle, no hormones or antibiotics given, from a local Amish farm. The cream rises to the top, and there's plenty of it. It's so rich it's a very pale yellow -- you know, the color we call "cream."
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