The Glucose Goddess Method: Your four-week guide to cutting cravings, getting your energy back, and feeling amazing. With 100+ super easy recipes
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Georgia Soldatos et al., "Advanced glycation end products and vascular structure and function," Current hypertension reports 8, no. 6 (2006): 472-478, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17087858/. An example of misrepresented data: The evidence used to support the claim that the Glucose Goddess method can improve brain function is a singular study with a sample size of 49 people, that found that consumption of pure glucose in a fasted state can slightly impact cognitive function (Ginies et al 2018). This is reaching, it does not test the Glucose Godess method and does not indicate that the Glucose Goddess method can improve brain function. Other concerning messages from the Glucose Goddess Chan-Sik Kim et al., "The role of glycation in the pathogenesis of aging and its prevention through herbal products and physical exercise," Journal of exercise nutrition & biochemistry 21, no. 3 (2017): 55-61, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5643203.
Being a goddess is harder than it looks. But it turns out being a Glucose Goddess is easy. Jessie Inchauspé takes the new science of nutrition and makes it practical for everyone. ROBERT H. LUSTIG, MD, UCSF Professor and New York Times bestselling author of Fat Chance Inchauspé shines in her desire to ensure readers have a good grasp on the facts behind diets, and in her ability to communicate it well. This intelligent survey offers plenty to savor. If you don't have type 2 diabetes, learning about your glucose levels and how to reduce your glucose spikes will help you avoid developing insulin resistance, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.Those with diabetes and other conditions impacting glucose control will need to modify their diet to manage their blood glucose. This is typically done by a multidisciplinary team of health professionals. Masamitsu Ichihashi et al., "Glycation stress and photo-aging in skin," Anti-aging medicine 8, no. 3 (2011): 23-29, https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jaam/8/3/8_3_23/_article/-char/ja/. Protein is the centerpiece of a savoury breakfast – it’s what keeps us steady, full and satiated. Our glucose levels love protein. Examples include: Greek yogurt, tofu, meat, cold cuts, fish, cheese, cream cheese, protein powder, nuts, nut butter, seeds and, yes, eggs (scrambled, fried, poached or boiled).
There’s no easier way to lose weight, lower blood pressure and more, than by doing a single thing: “flatten your glucose curve,” says Biochemist Inchauspé, in her smart, cutting-edge new book. She explains the simple new technology that takes the guess work out of discerning which foods stall weight loss by revealing exactly what’s going on inside the body. This breakthrough book is a savvy, one-stop shop to sustainable weight loss and better health." —NINA TEICHOLZ , science journalist, bestselling author of The Big Fat Surprise Even though glucose (found in starches and sugars) is our body's main energy source, if we eat too much of it during a meal, our body releases insulin to get rid of the excess. So instead of the newly digested glucose molecules staying around in our system to be used for fuel, they get stored away – as glycogen or fat .
In healthy people, our blood glucose is tightly controlled by our hormones and stays within a healthy range, this is supported by scientific evidence. The best way to have steady energy is to switch to a savoury breakfast , avoiding the crash we usually get a couple of hours later. Biplab Giri et al., "Chronic hyperglycemia mediated physiological alteration and metabolic distortion leads to organ dysfunction, infection, cancer progression and other pathophysiological consequences: an update on glucose toxicity,” Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy, no. 107 (2018): 306-328, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0753332218322406#fig0005.