I experienced this also. At the time I thought it was very weird, like I'd had some sort of transformation or something. Then I pieced together the information and figured it out.
When you are in a high blood glucose state some of the sugar is getting into your cells, but not enough, and your liver is being told to pump out glycogen overtime because your cells are all screaming, "We are starving here!!!!!!" Organ and muscle cells don't know that there is blood glucose out in the blood stream and they are "hungry". You ad some insulin to the mix and all the glucose you need has access to all of the cells. Suddenly you are feeding them and they stop sending out the "starving" signals. This eliminates your cravings. Neat, huh?
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