No Carb Foods Can Still Spike Your Blood Sugar

Have you noticed your blood sugar goes up even if you are eating keto or no carb foods? They can still spike your Blood Sugar! It is especially important to understand why different types of protein affects glucose and insulin differently. Learn how to eat right and reverse insulin resistance naturally.

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  1. For people who have high cholesterol and diabetes, what should they eat? High fats make cholesterol worse and low fats make diabetes worse?! Help. Thanks.

  2. If different foods have different letters (which drives the usage percentage), wouldn't it be possible to use multiple foods to achieve even higher usages? Let's say for the sake of simplicity, food #1 has (AA), (B), and (CCC), and food #2 has (A) and (BB). If we eat both, we should get three complete words and thus 100% usage assuming we don't overeat, correct? If this is true, then it should be possible to compile a list of the most efficient combinations with particular ratios. This would allow us to mitigate our insulin from protein waste

  3. So does that mean it's best to add more fat to our food in order to slow down insulin spike. For eg. If I'm eating a sandwich it's best to add a lot of mayo or cheese or eggs?

  4. I like how Dr Sten explains the details, which I find lacking with others who tend to gloss over. Please keep up the good work Dr.

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