I happened to test my BS spike after having young coconut meat as I consume tender coconut water and young coconut meat almost daily. I was pretty surprised.
I had less than 50 grams of young coconut meat and was surprise to note that my BS spiked to 180 mg/dL in 30 minutes.
I just had mature coconut meat for my breakfast today and found my spike and PPBS at around 100/101 mg/dL.
So, my advise is that T2D people should avoid having young coconut meat.
I have now got a clue why my HbA1C is 6.7 this time even though my FBS was in 110's and PPBS in 100's.
Could you comment on why there is so much of spike after having young coconut meat?