As more and more type 2 diabetics discover the Wheat Belly and other low-carb lifestyles, they are also discovering how rapidly and easily blood sugars drop.
Even better, adhere to the Wheat Belly No Change Rule, i.e., allow no rise in blood sugar pre-meal and 30-60 minutes after the start of the meal. If there is a rise from, say, 120 mg/dl to 150 mg/dl, then you have eaten something you shouldn’t have eaten. Next time, either eliminate or cut the portion size of the carbohydrate food that you consumed. (This is to be distinguished from the conventional advice to check a 2-hour post-meal blood sugar–this is to assess response to insulin or diabetes drug to assess whether there is a return to baseline, something that we are NOT concerned with.)