More carbo stuff
Wed, 26 Nov 1997 18:27:52 -0500 (EST)

I asked Dr. Eleanor Kellon what she thought of this discussion. Eleanor is
the major contributor to Michael Plum's newsletter and has been a great
source of applied science to me. Here's what she said:

Subj: grain feeding
Date: 97-11-26 13:22:19 EST
From: (Eleanor Kellon)
To: tivers@AOL.COM

I think what you are referring to is lower blood glucose during work
with grain feedings 2 to 3 hours before exercise. This goes along with
the higher insulin levels present at the time of exercise and there is
also an associated decrease in the amount of glycogen that is burned -
all of which points to higher utilization of blood glucose and glycogen
sparing with the grain feeding. Nothing wrong with that!