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Old 09-06-2006, 09:59 PM   #30
Greg Battaglia
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Charlie, VERY important question: Was the beef lean? If so, I see no reason why the insulin score wouldn't be high. Fat acts as blood sugar/insulin buffer. It keeps sugar/insulin levels in the appropriate range. Also, do you have a direct link to the study? I don't trust info that is copy and pasted. Not to mention that the links on this guys site are to vegan websites and to American Diabetes Association articles......I think we already know why we shouldn't trust sources like these. Finally, the article you posted and your own response were not in coordination with what I said. I was simply talking about meal frequency, I never mentioned anything about the insulin index of certain foods. The bottom line I was trying to reach is that less frequent feedings have been shown to improve health more than frequent feeding systems. Here's a good review of the literature by Cordain: http://www.thepaleodiet.com/newslett...Vol1Issue3.pdf
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