In this week's podcast episode, I sit down with Patrick Scheel, a registered dietitian with NutriSense to discuss what happened when I wore a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) for two weeks. This is episode 149 of the Joe Cannon Health podcast. This is a follow-up to episode 146 so go back and listen to that too. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app. Affiliate Disclosure: If you use my code at checkout I will make a small commission. It helps pay for the time and effort that went into bringing this information to you. Commissions do not influence the conclusions reached. See the affiliate disclosure page for more information.
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