Are Blood Sugar Spikes Normal in Healthy People?
This blog post explores the question of whether regular blood sugar spikes exceeding 200 mg/dL in people with otherwise normal glucose tolerance are a sign of early glucose intolerance not captured by standardized clinical testing, or whether such spikes are the normal result of eating highly glycemic foods even in the healthiest people.
How To Use a Continuous Glucose Monitor to Your Benefit
Continuous glucose monitors, or CGMs, have become a very popular tool, both for people with diabetes and those who want to optimize their health. In this blog post, we are providing guidance on how best to use a CGM to maximize its health benefit.
Regulation of Blood Sugar
More than 1 billion people are affected by diabetes mellitus worldwide, and that number is estimated to increase by another 50% in the next few decades. In this blog post, we are discussing how our bodies regulate blood sugar levels, what goes wrong in this process when we develop diabetes, and how diabetes is clinically diagnosed.