Re: Protein shakes and blood sugar
Thanks Ruth. I've been trying to keep my blood sugar as low as possible (I really don't want to peak above 125) with a low carb diet, so I guess 135 seemed high for me, considering i thought it was a low carb beverage. Also, I deliberately checked at 1.5 hours because I do want to see how high I peak (though I forgot to check at 2 hours this time).
The other thing I just noticed is that the plain, low fat Kefir actually has 12g of carbs in a cup 8g of which are sugar! So now I wonder if the Kefir, not the protein powder that did it.
Anyways, thanks for your response!