Can CGMs Tell Us When and Why to Eat? An Interview with Michelle Jospe, Ph.D

Embark on a journey with us as we explore Dr. Jospe’s pioneering work with glucose data to discover our bodies' cues for when and why to eat.

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Bill Tancer
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Chief of Data Science
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July 19, 2024
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Embark on a journey with us as we explore Dr. Jospe’s pioneering work with glucose data to discover our bodies' cues for when and why to eat.

In this episode, we do a deep dive into Glucose Guided Eating (GGE), a concept formerly known as hunger training. With Italian roots in the early 2000s, originally known as Hunger Recognition, then Hunger Training, GGE emerges as a powerful method for honoring our bodies' appetite signals, eventually guiding us towards a more intuitive and healthful way of living.

This episode is rich with information that could redefine your relationship with food and empower you to take control of your health.

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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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