Four Weeks Of Blood Sugar Tracking

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Self researcher(s) Eric Jain
Related tools Freestyle Libre, Jupyter notebook
Related topics Metabolism, Food tracking

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Date 2019/01/10
Event name Seattle Meetup
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Four Weeks Of Blood Sugar Tracking is a Show & Tell talk by Eric Jain that has been imported from the Quantified Self Show & Tell library.The talk was given on 2019/01/10 and is about Metabolism, and Food tracking.

Description[edit | edit source]

A description of this project as introduced by Quantified Self follows:

Inspired by research that shows that the blood sugar response to foods are highly individual, Eric got a prescription for a FreeStyle Libre, a minimally invasive continual glucose meter. He found that certain carbs were worse than others, sweets that are fine as long as they are in moderation, and the influence that sleep and exercise have on mediating the blood sugar response.

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About the presenter[edit | edit source]

Eric Jain gave this talk.