the link to the paper by Wolever is broken.
The URL above the blank Pubmed page from the link is this:
and 10889799 is the PMID. Pasting this in to the search box gets you to the paper originally linked to so
now gives access to the abstract as:
Dietary carbohydrates and insulin action in humans
Over the years I have slowly learned how not to blog.
For one thing, never use hyperlinks embedded as "here" or "these people".
Always cite the paper title, then anyone can copy paste this in to Duckduck or Pubmed and they can then side step the broken link when it goes down, as it will.
In the very early days I used the Pubmed search result URL as the hyperlink. This appears to have been fine for the last 15 years or so but recently Pubmed updated and all of those links have been lost. If a hyperlink from a simple word like "here" used to go to a search result URL it will be down and even I cannot always relocate the original paper.
Sometimes even if I know exactly which paper it was it's not always possible to find on on my sprawling hard drive.
You learn these things as you go along. Damn.