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For several reasons, I seriously doubt that this has been studied extensively. There is a good reason to study absorption through oral mucosa because a drug or glucose can be held there by people who needing rapid absorption of a drug (e.g. sublingual nitroglycerine) or by people who may be unable to swallow (e.g. a hypoglycemic individual who has lost ...


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High carbohydrate meals will undoubtedly increase the relative levels of insulin, increase the shuttling of glucose from the blood to the cells, and leave you fatigued in wake of that. See reactive hypoglycemia. Reducing carbohydrate consumption should, to some level, reduce this effect. Caffeine should just as likely increase blood glucose levels by ...



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