#232 Sugar Crashes, Cravings and how to prevent Sugar Spikes with Jessie Inchauspé

Jessie Inchauspé is back on the podcast talking about everything to do with sugar, cravings, spikes, how to enjoy your food and the surprising health effects of normalising blood sugar.


Jessie is a French biochemist and New York Times bestselling author of Glucose Revolution and The Glucose Goddess Method who’s on a mission to translate cutting-edge science into easy tips to help people improve their physical and mental health.


We talk about:

The top foods Jessie centres her breakfast and lunches around

The mechanisms behind how vinegar and fibre can stabilise your sugar levels

The common food culprits that lead us to have cravings and crash our energy


Plus we talk about why:

Not everyone should consider wearing a glucose monitor

The pitfalls of being too glucose centric

And why other elements of lifestyle outside of your diet can have a detrimental impact on your sugar levels


You can find Jessie's new products at Www.antispike.com  as well as more details on the research and how to use them!



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