Glucose Revolution : The Life-Changing Power of Balancing Your Blood Sugar
Improve all areas of your health from your sleep, cravings, mood, energy, skin, weight, and even slow down aging, with "simple and accessible science-based hacks" (Michael Mosley, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fast Diet) to manage your blood sugar levels while still eating the foods you love.
Glucose, or blood sugar, is a tiny molecule in our body that has a huge impact on our health. It enters our bloodstream through the starchy or sweet foods we eat. Ninety percent of us suffer from too much glucose in our system--and most of us don't know it.
The symptoms? Cravings, fatigue, infertility, hormonal issues, acne, wrinkles. And over time, the development of conditions like type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome, cancer, dementia, and heart disease.
Drawing on cutting-edge science and her own pioneering research, biochemist Jessie Inchauspé offers ten simple, surprising hacks to help you balance your glucose levels and reverse your symptoms--without going on a diet or giving up the foods you love. For example:
-What small change to your breakfast will unlock energy and cut your cravings
-How eating foods in the right order will make you lose weight effortlessly
-What secret ingredient will allow you to eat dessert and still go into fat-burning mode
Both entertaining, informative, and packed with the latest scientific data, this book presents a new way to think about better health. Glucose Revolution is chock-full of tips that can drastically and immediately improve your life, whatever your dietary preferences.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 140 x 213 x 19mm | 259g
- 06 Feb 2024
- Simon & Schuster
"I hugely enjoyed reading this book; Jessie offers a detailed understanding of the problem which faces so many of us - how to balance our blood sugar levels - along with simple and accessible science-based hacks which really could help you transform your health." --MICHAEL MOSLEY, M.D., #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fast Diet
"Being a goddess is harder than it looks. But it turns out being a Glucose Goddess is easy. Jessie Inchauspé takes the new science of nutrition and makes it practical for everyone." --ROBERT H. LUSTIG, MD, MSL, New York Times bestselling author of Fat Chance and Metabolical
"There's no easier way to lose weight, lower blood pressure and more, than by doing a single thing: "flatten your glucose curve," says Biochemist Inchauspé, in her smart, cutting-edge new book. She explains the simple new technology that takes the guess work out of discerning which foods stall weight loss by revealing exactly what's going on inside the body. This breakthrough book is a savvy, one-stop shop to sustainable weight loss and better health." --NINA TEICHOLZ, science journalist, bestselling author of The Big Fat Surprise
"Jessie (a.k.a. the Glucose Goddess) takes you on a fun and informative journey to understand how food affects your sugar spikes and your health. This practical guide is full of wonderful tips and hacks on how and what to eat; a must for anyone who wants to understand their body and improve their health." --TIM SPECTOR, OBE, professor of genetic epidemiology at King's College, London, author of Spoon Fed and The Diet Myth, and co-founder of ZOE
"As a metabolic scientist, I'm concerned with two things: insulin and glucose. With a mix of personal experience and published evidence, Jessie has woven these two ideas together in a fascinating and satisfying memoir. Reading and applying the principles outlined in Glucose Revolution can help anyone achieve divine levels of health." --BENJAMIN BIKMAN, Ph.D., Professor of Cell Biology, Brigham Young University, author of Why We Get Sick
"Glucose Revolution will help you feel better, cut cravings, connect with yourself, balance your hormones, live longer, teach you science and put a smile on your face along the way. This book is one of my references - don't wait to read it." --DAVINIA TAYLOR, British actress and #1 Sunday Times bestselling author of It's not a Diet
About Jessie Inchauspe