Why an RD is an Excellent Glucose Detective - an AMA with Alyssa Wilson, Registered Dietician and Signos Metabolic Coach

Ask Me Anything with Alyssa Wilson, RD.

Body Signals
by
Bill Tancer
— Signos
Chief of Data Science
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Reviewed by

Bill Tancer
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Science-based and reviewed

Published:
April 23, 2024
May 17, 2022
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On this episode, we take Signos member's questions including:

  • Why do I spike when I have monk fruit, stevia or other sugar substitutes?
  • What is carb cycling and is it good for you?
  • The difference between good and bad glucose spikes
  • What's the optimal strategy for glucose levels, spikes and losing weight.

This and more on this fascinating episode.

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About the author

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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