According to recent statistics, nearly one tenth of Americans are suffering from type II diabetes, therefore, the disease has entered a dozen former death row list. A wide variety of data indicates that blood sugar levels are multifaceted the impact of diet, like the eating time and food intake, lifestyle, the impact of eating on intestinal microflora and so on. Actually, a large range of changes in glucose may occur even after a mean for an individual. And even if everyone intake the same food, it is also not easy to predict responses, because metabolism differs from person to person.
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