Last Century: “You Are What You Eat” – This Century: “You Are What You Do With What You Eat”

2019.03.01 Continuous Glucose Monitor, Washington, DC USA 00333
2019.03.01 Continuous Glucose Monitor, Washington, DC USA 00333 (View on Flickr.com)

In the last century, people were told based on faulty science, “you are what you eat.”

In this century we now know “you are what you do with what you eat.”

Continuous glucose monitors (#CGM) confirm the science we were taught in medical school works as advertised. Combined with a #FoodNotPharma approach, we could end the (Type 2) diabetes epidemic in our lifetimes.

As predicted, thee was no increase in blood glucose from these meals.

2019.03.02 DC People and Places, Washington, DC USA 00547
2019.03.02 DC People and Places, Washington, DC USA 00547 (View on Flickr.com)
2018.09.08 Low Carb and Low Carbon 01-527
2018.09.08 Low Carb and Low Carbon 01-527 (View on Flickr.com)

Getting ready for Low Carb Denver, and reflecting on what I’ve learned in the last 2+ years – value of continuous learning as a family medicine specialist 🙂 .

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In the last century, people were told incorrectly, "you are what you eat." . In this century we now know "you are what you do with what you eat.” As predicted, no increase in blood glucose from these meals. . Continuous glucose monitors (#CGM) confirm the science we were taught in medical school works as advertised. Combined with a #FoodNotPharma approach, we could end the (Type 2) diabetes epidemic in our lifetimes. . #DataOverDogma #LCHF #RealFood #FatAdapted #DiabetesPrevention #MetabolicHealth #ThisCenturyBestCentury #EmbraceCuriosity #WorldBelongsToOptimists #LowCarbDenver #LCD19 #HealthyPeopleHealthyPlanet #FamilyMedicine #SonyAlpha #Bokeh #food #RealFood #FoodPhotography #Science #Yes2Meat 🥩🌐🕊🥦🔭🔬👨‍🔬

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