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Old Sun, Jan-08-17, 11:42
dan_rose dan_rose is offline
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19 min YouTube Video by Professor Eran Segal showing that ice cream might be OK for some people! (based on blood glucose response).

A company called DayTwo is commercialising the findings - I'm waiting for it to be offered in the UK.
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Old Sun, Jan-08-17, 12:46
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Sure, there's the ice cream people. What if you're in the probably larger group that thrives on raw turnip and kale? I wouldn't want to know.

Seriously though, thanks for posting the video. I'd like to know how things go if you wind up implementing these ideas somehow.
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Old Sun, Jan-08-17, 14:22
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I know someone who would use the headline as an excuse to eat ice cream. She jumps on every magic dietary pill or food, lasts about a month - or whenever the next magic pill or food hits the headlines - and then tries the new one.

Considering her extremely poor health, I felt like a murderer when I got her the piece of cake she asked for.
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Yes. I remember when fattier ice cream was supposed to be good because it had a lower glycemic index than high sugar ice cream. Same with french fries, that fat was supposed to slow down absorption of the glucose.
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Yes "French fry" is better than baked for a potato, and whole milk better than skim for the same reason. Snickers bar better than whole wheat bread etc. The Glycemic Index.
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Old Tue, Jan-10-17, 03:46
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I might agree on the whole milk, but I never had much luck with french fries or snickers bars.
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