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United – (161 on 01.04.14) – Very Impressed

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Taste8 Quality8 Appearance6 Quality7.5 Service8 7.5Overall Score This was a special gluten free meal. It consisted of a hot main meal with rice, chicken and veg, a side of quinoa salad, cookie and a roll. Even though it didn’t look like much, the main meal was very tasty. The rice was perfectly cooked and had […]

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Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


Sweet Taters Versus. Potato Oxalates

In this video Dennis tests himself twice once eating a sweet potato by itself and the second time eating a sweet potato drenched with butter and bacon drippings, along with several bacon slices. This was done in response to criticisms by some of the plant-based eaters who declared that his earlier potato test was illegitimate because he put butter on his potato. In their minds the butter magnified the blood sugar spike. But is this true? Does not fat have a tendency to blunt blood sugar spikes? Dennis tests these theories in this comparison test using two sweet potatoes.

Video taken from the channel: Beat Diabetes!


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