Oh, what the hell. I’m having fun laughing my ass off at 5 decades of Abject Low Carb Ignorance. When are they going to stop harming people for the fun or it, or out of ignorance, or because tehy knwZ teh SCIENZEZ?
Here’s the comment. Test it for yourselves, but take note, Tim has been on a 15-30g dose of resistant starch for over 6 months, now.
I broke down and bought some more glucose test strips because I wanted to try it out after eating this:
- 1 cup Uncle Ben’s Converted rice, cooked and cooled
- 1/2 cup fermented black beans, cooked and cooled
- 1/2 a large plantain raw, cubed
- 3TBS Palm oil
Heated palm oil to almost smoking, stir-fried the rice and plantain cubes until browned, added beans until just warmed.
- BG prior – 83
- 30 min – 110
- 60 min – 98
- 90 min – 95
- 120 min – 90
- 150 min – 90
- 180 min – 89
This was a meal that consisted of 850 calories, 28.8g fat, 141.1g carbs, and 14.6g protein. I estimated the RS at 40g.
I didn’t pre-ingest any potato starch, my lunch that day was a can of sardines, a salad, and a handful of sugar-free chocolate chips.
The stir-fry I made would be an awesome base for any meat and veggies, I wasn’t really surprised with the results. My FBG this morning was 77. Not bad for a guy who had normal FBG of 130 while low carbing.