Your Glucose Levels in Menopause with the Glucose Goddess

Your glucose levels in menopause could be responsible for your mood swings, brain fog, hot flashes, and if you’re lucky enough not to have those, but haven’t escaped the weight or belly fat gain, then stay tuned.

Your Glucose Levels in Menopause with the Glucose Goddess

On this episode I talk with the Glucose Goddess herself about exactly what you can do. Spoiler alert, you have something on your kitchen or pantry shelf right now that could reduce your blood sugar levels right now.

Significantly.

My Guest:

Jessie Inchauspé is a French biochemist and New York Times bestselling author. She is on a mission to translate cutting-edge science into easy tips to help people improve their physical and mental health. In her books Glucose Revolution and The Glucose Goddess Method, which sold over 1 million copies worldwide in 40 languages, she shares her startling discovery about the essential role of blood sugar in every aspect of our lives, and the surprising hacks to optimize it. Jessie is the founder of the popular Instagram account @GlucoseGoddess, where she teaches over 3 million people about transformative food habits. She holds a BSc in mathematics from King’s College, London, and an MSc in biochemistry from Georgetown University.

Questions We Answer in This Episode:

  • When did you realize blood sugar was going to be your focus?
  • What’s the importance of glucose levels, or blood sugar, for our listeners?
  • For women in midlife who become more sensitive to carbohydrates and less insulin sensitive with hormonal changes, what does that mean?
  • Can you tie inflammation to glucose, since it is “unseen” and hard to sometimes grasp the impact of inflammation?
  • Since doing the research for your book, in what ways have your own habits changed?
  • What are 3 things you really want this book to do?
  • What are some bad recommendations that you hear regarding blood sugar levels?
  • [You’ve made it so simple] Why do you think we find it so hard to change even when we learn what to do?
  • What is your method for studying science? What is considered a “good study” – something that makes it to the book, or to your flourishing Instagram channel?
  • We know that beyond food other things impact our blood sugar, have you studied certain stressors or exercise in combination with food?
  • Can you share any studies regarding sweet taste, even if it isn’t sugar, and the effects of blood sugar? [Say use of stevia, or a piece of sugar-free gum]
  • What are three things a listener could do today as she goes about her routine that wouldn’t turn their world upside down, but could have a significant impact on improving blood sugar [and inflammation]?

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