You may have heard that blood sugars spikes after meals wreak havoc on your body, doing untold damage. Seeing your blood sugar rise 40+ points after eating feels terrifying when you believe this.
But is it true?
Today, I describe what a blood sugar spike is and then look to published research to validate this claim that measurable damage to your body is being sustained.
What I explain might surprise you, and it is sure to empower you with actionable information.
Mentioned in this episode:
American Diabetes Association; Postprandial Blood Glucose. Diabetes Care 1 April 2001; 24 (4): 775–778. https://doi.org/10.2337/diacare.24.4.775