Whoah! I watched my football team (Spurs) play on the weekend with a rowdy group of about 40 and man, was that emotional. Next day, after breakfast, I tested and came up with 9.2. Whoah, that is way high (for me). It has since returned to normal. I think that is an example of how a stressful, emotional occasion can screw with your blood sugars. Hopefully I can adapt a bit because supporting Spurs can very bad for your blood pressure etc! On to milk. Now in order to lose weight, I have been using 2% fat milk, rather than the usual 4% milk. However, the lighter milk has a greater sugar content. As I only use milk in cereal (not a great tea or coffee drinker), I feel inclined to use the tastier milk (!) because my overall intake per day is very low, and it has lower levels of sugar. Are there any milk experts out there that can comment on this?!!
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