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blood sugar rises are hormones affected immedietly?

Answered on October 11, 2013
Created October 11, 2013 at 8:09 PM

I'm finally accepting that just cause something has been around for centuries and may be from nature that we shouldn't consume it. For example, avocados or milk. I'm starting to have an eating disorder to have clear skin. The amount of stress and anxiety it causes me deciding if I want a greek yogurt, or if the specs of cheese in my salad are going to affect my skin is awful.

If I have an overall healthy diet, and generally Low GI, will eating a baked potato spike my insulin levels enough to affect my hormones?

I mean kids eat a shit load of sugar and don't get affected until they hit puberty, which confuses me so much, cause their bodies are still being affected by the sugar and such, but no hormonal changes? Do their hormones just not function yet?

I wanna eat without being stressed about it.

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on October 11, 2013
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Eat the potato with some protein and plenty of fat and it won't spike your blood sugar as bad,

And kids might not have what you consider hormone problems from it (mostly because their hormones aren't raging like they do in teens), but they sure as well have behavioral problems/trouble concentrating/sugar rushes and crash's.

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