1. Ruthie Kampa-Gabbert Ruthie Kampa-Gabbert United States says:

    EVERY and l repeat, EVERY food eventually breaks down into a carbohydrate! Paying close attention to the Glycemic index, knowing how quickly foods break down into carbs can be an essential tool in treating Type II.

    • Douglas Lehman Douglas Lehman United States says:

      Hello Ruthie,
      Could you support your assertion with a link to related research? Most of the people discussing this topic are aware that many ingested foods go through the body's digestive cycle without being broken down into carbohydrates, so it would be good to back up your assertion with some evidence. Thanks!

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