Just out of interest, I thought I would google the glycemic load of Kashi Go Lean cereal to see what comes up. I didn't find it, but I did come across a thread on a message board/forum on livestrong.com where members were discussing Kashi Go Lean cereal.
There were a multitude of responses regarding how well people responded after eating Kashi Go Lean for breakfast. There was a comment from a diabetic who said that this cereal did not negatively impact her diabetic control at all.
Sometimes I think that diabetics are a really good measuring stick for glycemic control, since they have an impairment and have a ways/means to measure it. Most healthy adults would not notice a spike in blood sugar, but a diabetic definitely will.
Here's the link: http://www.livestrong.com/forums/vi...&sk=t&sd=a