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 <​blockquote>"​She can have fresh fruit as the amount of fructose/​glucose in fruit is not high. It's also bound in a food matrix, and with the fibre it contains it doesn'​t get absorbed like white granulated sugar,"​ Catsicas said. "It does not cause high blood sugar and a corresponding insulin response. The portion size is important, though: only 100 to 150g fruit at a time and, as mentioned, only 1–2 portions per day."</​blockquote>​ <​blockquote>"​She can have fresh fruit as the amount of fructose/​glucose in fruit is not high. It's also bound in a food matrix, and with the fibre it contains it doesn'​t get absorbed like white granulated sugar,"​ Catsicas said. "It does not cause high blood sugar and a corresponding insulin response. The portion size is important, though: only 100 to 150g fruit at a time and, as mentioned, only 1–2 portions per day."</​blockquote>​
  
-Sounds about what I have. I want to drink water, even though my glucose levels are ok normally. ​+Sounds about what I have. I want to drink water, even though my glucose levels are ok normally. 
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 +Talked with Sharon Peterson, she said several things: 
 +  * Some sugar and salt is needed to absorb water into the bloodstream 
 +  * The liver processes all blood before going to rest of body 
 +  * Then processed by kidneys 
 +  * Likely that more insulin than necessary is getting dumped into bloodstream to process sugar (still not sure what insulin does), and that can cause a nauseous, "low blood sugar" feeling. Interesting!
  
 ==== Heart Arrythmia thing (Sept. 2017) ==== ==== Heart Arrythmia thing (Sept. 2017) ====
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