People often worry about high carb meals, high fat meals, or not doing enough exercise. I thought I’d do an experiment that measures my glucose while comparing all three – porridge with and without peanut butter, with rest or exercise. What did the CGM tell me? Read on to find out!
What’s it like using a continuous glucose monitor (CGM)?
We’ll explore the practicalities, advantages and limitations of having a Continuous Glucose Monitor placed on your arm or tummy. Is it worth the time, cost and hassle?
Read on for my experiences trying to fix my ankle injury – warning, it goes deeper than you’d expect!
If someone offered you an opportunity to take a peek under the hood of your engine, would you take it? A chance to see the ebb and flow of the body’s physiology throughout the day? To observe the dynamic changes the body’s systems undergo while trying to maintain a steady homeostasis?
That’s exactly what I’m trying to do by using a Continuous Glucose Monitor!
I’ve been struggling with ankle pain. This is my process to unwrap and understand it – anatomy, biomechanics and psychology.
The Microbiome is fascinating, but our knowledge of it is only in its earliest stages. Working in Healthcare, we have a complex relationship with bugs and microbes, antibiotics and probiotics, disease and health. I want to know whether we know if we working in healthcare have changed our microbiomes simply by being at work!
“I love ITU because it is just a numbers game. Our ward round is a ten-minute discussion outside of the patient’s room. I like it even more when the patient … Continue reading Escape Fires.