Has anyone considered doing this?
I am on a low-carb diet and I'm not diabetic... but I'm curious if testing my blood sugar like a diabetic an hour or so after a meal would help me see how certain meals affect my blood sugar.
I've been seeing the new Dreamfields low-carb pasta and I've even tried it...tastes so good but is it REALLY low-carb? I did research but can't find any independent studies on it... So I wondered if I could conduct my own....by testing my blood sugar myself.
If I eat a control meal that I know has X number of carbs (equal to what dreams claims to have) and test my sugar after.... and then have a dreamfields meal, with the same number of carbs..and test after... I should be able to get an idea if the dreamfields boosts my blood sugar higher than it should....
I dunno...what do y'all think?
I was considering doing testing after every large meal and tracking carbs so I can get an idea of numbers in general...
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