022: Dr. Casey Means, CMO & Co-founder Levels Health, How a continuous glucose monitor is key to improving your sleep & wakeups!

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Few things are as impactful for my client's sleep, health, and mental health as balancing their blood sugar! That's why I encourage as many clients as possible to wear a continuous glucose monitor (even if only for 1 month)  to get at the source of the 'WHAT' and the 'WHEN' about their diet that is throwing off their sleep and their health. Thankfully, Dr. Casey Means shares all of her wisdom around exactly what can help make a difference with stabilizing your blood sugar, even if you don't get the monitor (although, I highly suggest that you do!!). [If you do pull the trigger, use this link to skip the 50k person waitlist!  levels.link/sleepisaskill ]

Casey Means, MD is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of metabolic health company Levels, and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. Her mission is to maximize human potential and reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease by empowering individuals with tech-enabled tools to inform smart, personalized, and sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices. Dr. Means’s perspective has been recently featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Hill, Metabolism, Endocrine Today, Endocrine Web, Well + Good, and Dr. Michael Greger’s (author of How to Not Die) video series. In 2020, she has been a guest on the podcasts Veggie Doctor Radio, Healthy Human Revolution, Work for Change, and others, speaking about metabolic health. She is an award-winning biomedical researcher with past research positions at the NIH, Stanford School of Medicine, and NYU. Use this link to skip the 50k person waitlist!  levels.link/sleepisaskill

Glucose and Sleep

What is glucose, and how does it affect your weight, health, and sleep?

Glucose and sleep quality are related.

Find out how you can avoid diseases by learning about how glucose works.

In what ways can I find out my glucose levels?

What type of foods and eating time should I avoid to have a better sleep?

"We eat the same food at the same time, but...": Glucose works differently with each individual; you can take some steps to improve your health and sleep, which might not work on someone else.

Which foods are suitable to be consumed simultaneously, and which ones should you eat separately?

Controlling your glucose is quite easy; you can achieve a much healthier life and sleep quality by taking the steps mentioned.