Doug Skrecky wrote:
> CONCLUSIONS: The rapid
This effect is well known and explainable.
...Dr. August goes on to say, "However, the more carbohydrates one eats, the more calories they also eat. Every time one eats any carbohydrates, they leave the digestive tract as blood sugar and the rise to blood sugar stimulates the release of insulin. Yes, insulin does allow the blood sugar to go into the cells but an excess of insulin from an excess of ingested carbohydrates eventually causes a drop in the blood sugar which is then experienced as 'low blood sugar'. This in turn creates the need for more carbohydrates/ /sweets, also known as sugar cravings....