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The results of Dr Vladimir are a misinterpretation due to a lack of knowledge about diabetes, insulin and blood glucose levels. Chia is rich in fats and proteins; and any diabetic should know that protein rich meals, or high fat meals, cause a delay in glucose absorption and milden the post-prandial spikes. If there is a lower rise in blood glucose levels, there is less insulin to be found in the blood too (glucose homeostasis 101). I use extended or multi-wave insulin boluses to counteract this delayed glucose absorption and to avoid hypoglycemia ...

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