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Message Subject GRILL CHEESSE N TOMATO SAMMMICH KIND OF NIGHT W/BLACK BEAN SOUP.......ITS RAINING
Poster Handle chasity
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He just ruined oatmeal for me--I eat steel cut oats.
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


Sorry! slow release carbs tends to keep the sugar higher for longer periods of time and it's great if you plan on running or do a lot of activities after you eat it.
 Quoting: chasity

Then until I can resume twenty to twenty five miles per week total walking, my oats may need to come off the menu.

I wonder how grits stand up in that regard, I mean they are just dried, lye stripped, ground corn. There cannot be too many slow-release carbs in them.
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


All grains are going to release slower. Low-med glycymic foods release the energy gradually for longer period of time and they keep the blood sugars elevated. That's why grains are pretty much off the diet when you want to lower blood sugar. I do eat low calorie bread and that has 8 grams of carbs per slice. Sometimes I eat 2 whole sandwiches a day (all my meals), I'm still under 40 carbs for the day. Those are on days I don't work out because I don't need the energy. Even on my work out days, I will still weigh a sweet potato to make sure it's 30 grams of carbs and that only keeps my muscles from feeling sore and i recovery faster. I mainly eat higher carbs for recovery and endurance, and not every day.
 
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