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  • #31
    Originally posted by burritos View Post
    While zero calories options don't affect glycemic status, there are potential CPIR(cephalic phase insulin responses) issues.

    Tasting sweet food elicits insulin release prior to increasing plasma glucose levels, known as cephalic phase insulin release (CPIR). The characteristic of CPIR is that plasma insulin secretion occurs before the rise of the plasma glucose level. In this experiment, we examined whether taste stimuli …

    While we care about recurrent glucose incursions, regular insulin releases is not prioritized or even acknowledged as a medical issue.
    very cool, thanks

    seems several human studies havent shown this to be an issue using arterial blood and one I saw did. Research is annoying.

    a different well designed study showed stevia/sucrose did not change the amounts people ate while stevia had great effects on lowered overall blood glucose.

    I have always thought the holy grail was something that cut 1/3rd sugar and simple carbs with little to no difference in flavor, and versions that were more aggressive for the more concerned