This is an isn't true.
Can you have a stick of sugar free gum? Yes
Can you have a case of coke zero? No
I think Kiefer really is going with, human natural is doing things to excess.
Fact Ace K does spike insulin, but yes it will take more then a single can or a piece of gum to do it.
Did you read the article? Based on the evidence available, you've drawn exactly the opposite conclusion to what logic would dictate. There seems to be no evidence, in humans, that Ace K spikes insulin.
If you had read the article you would see that, using a conversion formula for calculating human doses from animal doses, the amount of Ace K required to achieve the effects seen in the rat study would be equivalent to about 10 litres of Coke Zero consumed by a 60kg adult human. But even that's not quite true, because we don't know how oral administration would affect the insulin response; the rats in the first study quoted were given an infusion of Ace K. Furthermore, since studies on humans indicate no effect on insulin, even in the presence of carbohydrates, it doesn't even matter that the amounts involved here border on the absurd.
However, with all of that being said, the most sensible option here is to monitor your blood glucose and see how you respond. That's if you really don't trust the evidence presented here.