Link Drops—Mostly About Resistant Starch—and Christmas Greetings

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~ Steve Cooksey, a T2 diabetic who undertook his own resistant starch experiment and, just a couple of days ago, reported on the amazing blood glucose regulation of a T1 also trying RS, is still at it. He's done a "flex test" with a big baked potato.

Punchline, but do read the short post: Typically, he'll hit 260+ at the one hour mark after eating a big tater, but this time, only got to 160ish, 100 mg/dl less, and it continued to go down to normal ranges more quickly. I'd like to see him add 2-4T to warm mashed potatoes for another test.

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