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Post Meal Glucose, Cognition, and Longevity

Both UP and DOWn Arrows

This morning I (Paul) decided to test the postprandial (post-meal) glucose effects of 125g of watermelon, while simultaneously testing its effects on cognition. I tested the latter by playing speed chess with a strong computer program, which – believe me – allows little room for error. My fasting glucose was 67 mg/dl – right on… read more