Blueeyes, while I hate to say this because you can hardly avoid doing your job, I do
think it's a problem. Some things can, I believe, enter your bloodstream from your mouth--that's why some medicines are absorbed by letting them disolve under your tongue--and sugar is one of them, I think. I say this because I've had meds (like Oscillococcinum) that are made mostly of sugar and dissolve under the tongue, and they can make me feel a little jittery.
That said, I think if you went to a beer tasting and spit out five or ten mouthfuls of beer, it probably wouldn't really affect you. 200
, though, is a HUGE
difference, and I think it could be a big problem. Some things you may want to do, besides hitting P1 for 3-5 days after that, are to make sure you have some protein whenever you get a break (it'll help stablize your blood sugar), and pay a lot of attention to how you feel.
I'd love to find some links about this, but to be honest, I have no idea where I'd even start looking.
So I could be totally wrong (and I hope I am!). Just take care and be ready to do P1 for 3-5 days if it does give you cravings later.