Dr Michael Snyder on blood glucose, super spikers and breakfast poison
There exists more data on Dr Michael Snyder than any other human in history.
The Chair of Genetics at Stanford University has been collecting, analysing and responding to a constant stream of information about his brain, body and environment for the last decade, amassing two petabytes of data.
So what has he learned about the impact of different foods on his blood glucose levels?
Which breakfast food that almost all of us eat does he consider a “poison” because it causes a huge spike in 80% of people?
And what can you change about how you eat, and how can you modify your mealtime behaviours, if you want to live the healthiest life possible?
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