Glycemic Index Sweeteners
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Glycemic Index for Sweeteners

If you're trying to limit blood sugar spikes but still want a little sweet in your life, this list will help guide you in knowing what you should stay away from and what might be safe for you.
CGM Product Testing
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Keto Product & Lifestyle Testing w/CGM

In this article you'll get a first hand look at specific keto products (and their ingredients) and how they impact blood sugar, why monitoring blood sugar is important, and how some activities change blood glucose.
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Diabetes Cure? (a recent study)

A recent study put the spotlight on a low carbohydrate approach to dealing with type 2 and pre diabetes. This article gives you information to help you choose a possible approach to fighting pre diabetes and reversing type 2 diabetes.
Fixing Weakness
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You’re Weak & Here’s How to Fix It

There's never been a weaker and less prepared society. Yes, we're smart, connected, and have figured out better ways to do things but our bodies and minds are worse off. We're collectively weaker physically and mentally (we let really dumb things bum us out). Here's what to do to get mentally and physically stronger.
Is Stevia Safe?
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Is Stevia Safe?

Stevia is natural and does not impact blood sugar in the general population which makes it a perfect sugar substitute for diabetics, those on a Keto diet, and/or insulin resistant individuals.
Is Sucralose Safe?
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Is Sucralose Safe?

A look at a popular artificial sweetener: sucralose. Does it raise blood sugar? Is it bad for you? Is sucralose keto? Answers to common questions about sucralose found here.
COVID Interventions and Obesity
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Impact of COVID Interventions & Obesity

Public health recommendations initiated over the last several months in an effort to contain the COVID virus are impacting habits and will cause a rise in obesity. This post outlines what is happening and my plea.
Coke Zero
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Is Coke Zero Bad?

Coke Zero Sugar is not a healthy drink. However, it doesn't raise blood sugar and most likely is not responsible for encouraging diabetes. Coke Zero DOES contain Aspartame - which by all measure - should be considered poison.