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  1. frige
    frige May 6, 2010 at 6:01 pm | | Reply

    not instant.
    I’ve been eating this every morning, and had to lower my insulin intake.
    I did this after reading an article that claimed there was a German study that determined insulin intake was reduced by 40%.
    I hate it, but will continue to eat it. Actually, I’m used to it – cinnamon (which is also good for you), and some fruit (dried cranberries, bannana) make to tolerable.

  2. lindsay
    lindsay May 7, 2010 at 10:50 am | | Reply

    Quinoa is the greatest. I found it about 6 months ago and it has become a staple in our household. Not only do I love the taste (you can flavour it with anything, basil, garlic etc….even put in your oatmeal), but it is filling and blood sugar reacts nicely within range. Definitely give it a go, if you haven’t already

  3. Jerry
    Jerry June 10, 2010 at 9:13 am | | Reply

    Wow, chia seeds? That’s the first time I’ve heard about that as a good food for diabetics. Im sure anyone can benefit from eating them whether you have diabetes or not.

  4. Shaamt
    Shaamt September 21, 2010 at 9:16 am | | Reply

    Ginkgo Biloba was proven to maintain a healthy blood glucose level.

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