How do Berberine, ACV, Light and Temperature Affect Glucose Levels?

A behind-the-scene look at our latest Signos staff experiments.

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Bill, Estelle and Signos staff dietician Alyssa Wilson discuss some of our favorite staff experiments at Signos. Learn about some fascinating glucose hacks and how they work.  In this episode we cover

  1. Berberine
  2. Apple Cider Vinegar
  3. Dim Light During Sleep
  4. Food Temperature
  5. Resistant Starch

Don't miss this episode, and if you're a Signos Member, we look forward to seeing the results of your experiments in our private Facebook group!

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Bill Tancer is a New York Times best-selling author. He is a co-founder and the chief data scientist at Signos and the creator and host of Signos’ podcast, Body Signals.
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