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  1. Mark kaddu
    September 4, 2018

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  2. Carrie Huskey
    July 15, 2012

    Thank ya for this post. This describes me. I had weightloss surgery and since then my glucose has been runnin low. Anywhere from 80-60. Is it because of the small intake of food?

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    • Pat Moon
      July 16, 2012

      Hello Carrie,
      Thank you for taking time to read my post on glycemic response. I suspect it is not so much the small intake of food but more what food you are eating. In order to keep your glycemic response more even you do need to eat protein with every intake of food. For example let’s say you are eating 1/2 of an apple… eat 6 to 8 raw almonds at the same time. Carbs give you immediate energy but the protein gives your body the tools it needs to build muscle, tissue, etc. as well as sustained energy. The protein helps keep your blood sugar more stable. Please feel free to email with more details about what your food choices are as well as how often you eat and any other information that might help me know more about your individual situation. My email is: pat@bestrealhealth.com
      Until next time, best regards.
      Pat

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  3. MarVeena
    January 16, 2012

    Well said Pat,
    We all need to be more aware of waht we are nourishing ourselves with.
    Sadly but true, I put more thought into how I feed my horses than my self a lot of times.
    I am very strict with their diet , even their snacks are healthy.
    Thanks for the ideas!

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    • Pat Moon
      January 16, 2012

      It is interesting how many people take better care of their animals than they do themselves!

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  4. Andrea Beadle
    January 16, 2012

    Thanks for presenting this so simply Pat. I have changed the way I eat considerably and resonate with everything you say. Thank you!

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    • Pat Moon
      January 16, 2012

      Andrea, I am so pleased you are seeking wisdom on your path to better health. I just read your story on your site so I realize where you are coming from. Thanks for your comment.

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  5. Sarah
    January 14, 2012

    Thanks for breaking it down so simply! I also appreciate that you give credit to the cabs we need, I get so nervous when people declare a 'no carb' diet.

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    • Pat Moon
      January 14, 2012

      Sarah, I too get nervous when people declare a ‘no carb’ diet. Balance is key.

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  6. Susan Myers
    January 14, 2012

    Pat this is a timely message for me.  I have high blood pressure and I was forced to change my diet.  Since making this change, I have seen my blood pressure go down.  Thanks for providing this information. 

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    • Pat Moon
      January 14, 2012

      Susan, so happy you have had success with your blood pressure going down. That is wonderful news! What changes did you make in your diet?

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  7. Michelle Barr
    January 14, 2012

    Great analogy, Pat, and very good information. This was presented in a way that is very easy to understand. I think it's a term that gets thrown around, and people don't always know what it's really about. You have shed some light.

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    • Pat Moon
      January 14, 2012

      Michelle, happy to shed light on glycemic response for you!

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