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overeating and high BG


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It seems I remember reading long ago that eating too much at once - even 0 carb food - can cause a rise in BG.  Something to do with over-expanding the stomach.  Am I right, or did I just dream it.
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Eating protein can cause BG to rise.
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Overdoing a ketogenic diet can induce a type of insulin resistance. Hence, if you have too much sugar, starch, or excessive protein from time to time on a ketogenic diet, the spikes in blood glucose would be higher.
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Insulin is a fat storage hormone. A high insulin level will cause a person to make, store and lock up adipose tissue. They become hungry when locked up fat is not available to fuel their cells.
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