Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
I just find it interesting that no matter how much fruit I eat, it doesn't seem to spike my blood sugar.
That is how it normally works for a human being. Most people develop diabetes at a late age, and although some claim that is genetically determined, there is compelling new evidence it could also be caused by eating too much carbohydrates/sugar and your pancreas eventually stops functioning as it should. I will experiment a bit with fructose/tree fruit on an empty stomach (to avoid the poison effects you described) when I can measure blood sugar levels again and see what happens.