2nd reply from the same gentleman. Just fir info. 'A bit more detail on the breakfast change is that he and my mum were telling that their beloved shredded wheat was fine for him because the box shows it has "no sugar". I explained (as you know) about the carb content that breaks down into glucose and they looked at me as though I was tryi g to trick them. So I asked them not to trust me, but to trust the blood glucose test. So I asked them to do an experiment and to do a test 1 hour after his cereal the next morning. His bc went from 6 to 16! The next morning their challenge was to eat bacon and eggs and to repeat the bc test. This time his bc went from 6.1 to 6.2! They were both gobsmacked with the effect the cereal was having. And suddenly they completely trusted me now that there was actual evidence in front of their eyes. And best of all my dad is enjoying his new breakfasts more than he ever did his cereal. With the benefit of not craving mid morning snacks' Getting some very positive messages coming through. I'm absolutely delighted. Been to the meeting about the presentations. It's a 20 minute slot shared between the 2 pts that help other pts. But every little helps. Lots of influential people there so great networking op. Happy with that. Will keep you informed.