The Glucose Goddess Method by Jessie Inchauspé
Do you suffer from cravings, chronic fatigue, sugar addiction? Do you sometimes wake up in the morning feeling less than 100%? The majority of the population is stuck on a glucose roller coaster. This book will help you break free.
Jessie Inchauspé is a biochemist, author and founder of the Glucose Goddess movement (over 1.5 million followers on Insta- gram). With her first book Glucose Revolution, a #1 international bestseller, she started teaching everyone about the impor- tance of blood sugar and easy hacks to manage it. In The Glucose Goddess Method, she offers a four-week step-by-step plan to integrate simple, science-proven strategies for steadying your blood sugar into your everyday life. It comes complete with 100+ delicious recipes, an interactive workbook and lots of tips and advice from the Glucose Goddess community on how to stay on track.
This Method has been used by thousands to regulate their glucose, and the results are astonishing. You will gain boundless energy, curb your cravings, clear your skin, slow your ageing process, reduce inflammation, rebalance your hormones, improve your mood and sleep better than you have ever done before. You will create positive new habits for life. The best part? You won’t be counting calories, and you’ll eat everything you love.
‘Jessie’s tips have been a lovely addition to my daily routine.’ Davina McCall
JESSIE INCHAUSPÉ is a French biochemist and author. She is on a mission to translate cutting-edge science into easy tips to help people improve their physical and mental health. In her first book, ‘Glucose Revolution’, a #1 international bestseller translated into 40 languages, she shared her startling discovery about the essential role of blood sugar in every aspect of our lives, and the surprising hacks to optimise it. Jessie is the founder of the wildly popular Instagram account @GlucoseGoddess, where she teaches over 1.8 million people about transformative food habits. She holds a BSc in mathematics from King’s College, London, and an MSc in biochemistry from Georgetown University.