Starbucks has a massive number of different drinks to choose from, most coffee based, many others may have heard of the word coffee once upon a time. We decided to pick a test item off of the Starbucks secret menu from many years ago and test the Grande Franken Frappuccino (recipe below if you are interested). This is Green Tea mixed with white chocolate sauce, java chips, whipped cream and mocha. Basically, a dessert in cup form but so good. Now StayLo cannot block lactose or maltose but there should be enough basic sugar and carbs to show a good reduction.
Above you will see the red line which is the “Placebo” or a standard serving of Starbucks Grande Franken Frappuccino. After multiple hours of fasting to eliminate other blood sugar variables we had a healthy tester consume the drink and tracked it using an Abbott Freestyle Libre constant glucose monitor and True Metrix Diabetes Fingerstick Tests.
A few days later we repeated the test with the same individual this time giving them a pill of StayLo 15 minutes in advance before they ate the same food again then tracked and graphed the blue line labeled StayLo.
StayLo reduced the postprandial (after meal) blood glucose response by 35% (adjusted for baseline) and eliminated the spike and much of the leadup area which can be some of the most unwanted aspects of high blood sugar over 200.
In the fight between Starbucks “Coffee” & StayLo; StayLo shows that foods high in lactose can still benefit from sugar and carb reduction. Six wins and it only increases the tension of that future dramatic loss. Hopefully near fight 100.
Heavy Cream, Frappuccino Chips x3, Matcha Powder Scoops x3, Classic Syrup Pumps x3, White Chocolate Mocha Sauce Pumps x3, Peppermint Syrup Pumps x3, WHipped Cream, Mocha Drizzle, Ice.