Anyone else see this article from the Sweet Life newsletter?
"For the clinical trial on the effect of insulin on reducing fat and inflammatory markers Campbell tested 10 individuals living with type 1 diabetes. Each of the men were given a low fat meal. The next two meals had the same carb count but were higher in fat. In the first of those two high fat meals, the subjects took a standard pre-meal dose of insulin based on the carb count in the meal. For the second high fat meal the subjects added a dose of one-third of the pre-meal dose of insulin three hours after eating. The blood test six hours after eating that meal revealed glucose, fat, and inflammatory markers that were similar to the levels tested after the low fat meal."
Extra Dose of Insulin After Eating May Improve Heart Health
I had this really good reuben sandwich for dinner last night but pretty high fat. I have another half I saved for lunch, so I'm gonna give this a go today! Anyone else tried something similar? Or what do you do when you have a high fat meal?