SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 5)

Finally, we have come to my last two days on the Standard American Diet (SAD)!  I went for a final one-two punch to see what I could get my body to do.  Check out any of my other blogs to get a history of posts (I'm kind of curious to what will happen if I … Continue reading SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 5)

SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 4)

I’ve taken a couple days off to share other blogs, such as Interrupting the CGM Data for Breaking News and Pose of the Week – Gomukhasana, but now I am back to continue the story on my continuous glucose monitor (CGM) results while eating the standard American diet (SAD). I encourage you to check out my … Continue reading SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 4)

Interrupting the CGM Data for Breaking News

I learned so much from my continuous glucose monitor (CGM) study and I will continue sharing my data from my Standard American Diet (SAD) experiment, but first, I want to share what happened to me yesterday and a very timely email I received. I've been strict low carb for two-weeks, increasing my amount of intermittent … Continue reading Interrupting the CGM Data for Breaking News

SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 3)

It's been fun to step across my "enjoyment" of the Standard American Diet (SAD) and share my glucose meal profiles and overnight glucose data for the second half of my continuous glucose monitor (CGM) study. If you would like to catch up, I started by discussing the first half in CGM Study Results – Low-Carb Eating and CGM … Continue reading SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 3)

SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 2)

My husband has been doing the Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) study and I showed him my data from SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 1) and he commented "Wow...that's crazy.  Your peaks are so high!"  He's also been acing the OGTT, which was a much bigger challenge for me, as described in The Dreaded Oral Glucose Tolerance Test. … Continue reading SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 2)

SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 1)

I have described half of my experience wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) for twenty days in my blogs CGM Study Results – Low-Carb Eating and CGM Study Results – Controlled Carb Eating. Basically, the first half of this study was a conservative verification of what I expected would happen with my blood glucose levels. The … Continue reading SAD Effect on Blood Glucose (Part 1)

CGM Study Results – Controlled Carb Eating

I have shared two blogs related to the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT), The Dreaded Oral Glucose Tolerance Test and Third Time’s A Charm.  I actually looked at my insulin response and my husband's on the OGTT and once his study is over, I will share what I learned from my now n=2 study and scholarly articles on … Continue reading CGM Study Results – Controlled Carb Eating

CGM Study Results – Low-Carb Eating

I’ve discussed my glucose tolerance test data in two blog posts, The Dreaded Oral Glucose Tolerance Test and Third Time’s A Charm. Now, I want to start sharing some of the knowledge I have gained from wearing the continuous glucose monitor (CGM). Everything I will discuss will be related to how my blood sugar responded to … Continue reading CGM Study Results – Low-Carb Eating

Second 90-days, End of Month 1

The first month of the second 90-day challenge is never as exciting as the first month when you're just started.  Regardless, I've hit that mark and there are some thing I want to share.  Here's what I have learned: -DHEA does elevate my blood pressure (see What a Difference a Day Makes).  I won't say my … Continue reading Second 90-days, End of Month 1

Sugar Experiment #1

I separated the two components of my weekend nutritional problems to see if I could better understand what is going on. I went to the same restaurant and had the same margarita martini, guacamole, and taco bowls (I ate them this time, as I was hungry), but did not have the chips (full disclosure, I … Continue reading Sugar Experiment #1