Carbs, wearable technology and a bagel
BY PETER BOWES | LOS ANGELES | OCTOBER 15, 2021 | 10:26 PT
Wearable technology has evolved at a pace recently, making it possible to better understand how our bodies respond to food and exercise. A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) device provides real-time feedback, tracking blood sugar levels throughout the day and night. I’ve been wearing a CGM to learn more about my metabolism. It was provided by NutriSense, a US company that uses the latest technology to help its clients optimize their wellbeing. This LLAMA LIVE! conversation is a follow-up to our last episode, with nutritionist Carlee Hayes, to dig deeper into the science behind glucose monitoring.
The conversation, which took place on October 14th, 2021 at 12 noon PST, published here as a podcast, explores the subject with our Twitter community and features insights from:
- Carlee Hayes, lead dietician at NutriSense @nutrisenseio
- Stefan Zavalin, physical therapist @LoveToMove3
Analyze in real-time how your blood glucose levels respond to food, exercise, stress, and sleep. Nutri| Sense is offering LLAMA podcast listeners $25 off your first month of subscription. Use code LLAMA at checkout. Affiliation disclosure: This podcast receives a small commission on your purchases from Nutri| Sense. It helps to cover production costs and ensures that our interviews remain free for all to listen.
The Live Long and Master Aging podcast shares ideas but does not offer medical advice. If you have health concerns of any kind you should consult your own doctor or professional health adviser.