Episode 226 – Christopher Kelly

Performance Menu: Journal of Health & Athletic Excellence

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  1. scott says

    really good podcast. Particularly the end discussion about oxidative stress.
    Have a question about comment made early about high protein intake leading to high blood sugar in morning. Why does a higher protein intake lead to high morning blood sugar?
    thanks,
    Scott

  2. C Kelsey says

    @Scott…My husband has Type I Diabetes and we follow Dr. Richard K. Bernsteins Low Carb protocol…for him a matter of life or serious diabetic complications. It is a low to moderate amount of protein. The reason being that a certain percentage of the protein you eat is converted to glucose in your liver…a process called gluconeogenesis (glucose of a new origin). So as in my husband’s case – if he eats his prescribed 15 carbs for dinner (which he covers with insulin)but eats too much protein – his blood sugar will rise and as protein takes longer to digest and longer still to be converted…he will see that rise in the morning. Hope this helps.

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