Is it possible that an approved list food (tomatoes specifically) that caused a spike when first starting this WoE would stop spiking you after a few months of eating this way? Could something have improved?

8 Answers

Crossland.K
Answered 1 year ago    reply

My gut says no. Let's see what others have to say. because my gut doesn't always know what it's talking about.


kristy.jost
Answered 1 year ago    reply

I don't know but I have found I spike when eating store bought tomatoes and not so much with home grown. My body is weird LOL

Brinker.68
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Maybe that I don't know I was just curious. I am hoping to continue reducing my medication needs as much as possible.


m.krista84
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Could be insulin resistance has improved with weight loss and added exersise.


Otten.L
Answered 1 year ago    reply

What krista said^^ and carb restriction helping to not continually fill our cells with sugars.


slovenly.Goforth
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Seven months ago when I started this WOE I had three things that spiked my blood sugar 40-120 points. They were avocados, peanut butter and tomatoes. I'm now able to eat avocados and tomatoes each day without a problem. I just re-tested a tablespoon of peanut butter last week and I spiked 24 points which is much better than 120 points. I'll test again in a few months to see if it's better. I believe as my insulin resistance improves and my weight loss continues sometime in the future I may be able to add peanut butter back into my diet.

worthlessbulbous
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Peanut butter has added sugar. Make sure you are buying the no sugar added pb

slovenly.Goforth
Answered 1 year ago    reply

madeline I only buy the roasted fresh pressed peanut butter with no additives in it. We are fortunate to have a grocery store in town that sells fresh roasted peanuts that you can grind yourself.


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