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Where To Buy Liquid Glucose (glucose Syrup)?

Where to buy liquid glucose (glucose syrup)? Where to buy liquid glucose (glucose syrup)? I'm not sure what liquid glucose is (I've never even heard of it), but I need it for a recipe. Do you know where I can purchase this? Any information would be really appreciated. Thanks very much! Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now Chef/Owners Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski visit one of San Franciscos most celebrated dim sum houses to discuss the inspiration for their popular restaurant State Bird Provisions. We go behind the scenes at the Varsity, one of the oldest and biggest drive-ins in the country. Read more . Acclaimed Chefs Joanne Chang and Karen Akunowicz meet rising-star Brian Moy for a tour of his restaurants, to trace the evolution of this iconic neighborhood. The taste of Malort has been described as baby aspirin wrapped in grapefruit peel, bound with rubber bands and soaked in well gin - so why do Chicagoans claim to love it? Read more . Speakeasies are all the rage, but few can claim to be as storied as New York Citys Back Room. Read more . Continue reading >>

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  1. energy

    What are the NORMAL 1-hr, 2-hrs and 3-hrs post meal blood sugar levels for the NON-diabetics?

    Editor's Note: Also read Is My Blood Sugar Normal? and HbA1c: Everything You Need to Know.
    Except for this one on Blood Sugar 101 web site I have not seen any scientific research on this topic although this question often comes up in forums about the diabetes. Anytime this subject comes up we go back to this single study in the reference.
    I cannot imagine this is a very difficult and expensive study to conduct and am certain that more of such studies have already been done a number of times by the scientific community, but perhaps we cannot see them openly in the Internet because of the copyright issues.
    So, what are the numbers you have seen for the NORMAL 1-hr, 2-hrs and 3-hrs post meal blood sugar levels for NON-diabetics? It would be helpful if you could tell us where you got your numbers from.

  2. furball64801

    Good question and as you said we go by a few references. I can go by a few I have tested at family parties when we were back home. Some were over 140 two hours after I dont have a 1 hr data but most if not all were back down to 100 by the 3 hr mark. It was a very small about 4 person study on my part, the meals were pretty carb loaded so have to go with that also. It shows how many carbs people eat and dont realize it, I was really cutting back at that point.

  3. jwags

    The only other place I have seen this discussed is in Dr Bernsteins book. When he discussed Normal non diabetics he says they usually stay within the range 80-100. He says occasionally they will spike as high as 140 or 160 but that is very rare. The reason for this is that their basal insulin is working correctly. So as soon as they eat they have insulin on board to deal with what they just ate and never spike high. Also their Phase 1 insulin response works the way it is supposed to work.

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