“Knowing your blood glucose is one of the best predictors of how long you will live” – Dr. David Sinclair, biologist and Harvard professor of genetics.
Biohack your way to finding the right foods that are suited for YOU. Each and every person is unique in the way they digest and react to foods based on their own blood glucose levels. One person’s superfood may be another person’s poison and through blood glucose monitoring we can cut to the chase and find out what foods are serving you best for fat burn, better sleep and a more energetic day.
Have you struggled to lose weight, regain boundless energy, sleep way better, stop memory loss or get rid of gut issues like bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and many other symptoms of aging, then a personalized data driven approach may be what’s best for you.
Using the latest biohacking technology such as a continuous blood glucose monitor*, we can assess your progress towards your health goals.
WHAT IS THIS CHALLENGE FOR?
This is a 14 day one-to-one personalized program to learn how to use a continuous blood glucose monitor to assess your your reaction to different foods and stressors, personalize your nutrition plan and to hack your age to feel and look younger than your biological age.
WHAT DO I GET?
Three 30 minute calls/video conference:
- 1. Day 1 call – health conference call with training on use of device
2. Day 7 call – assess progress
- 3. Day 14 call – conclusions
- Daily Q & A as needed by text or voice messages
- Daily Tracker Spreadsheet
- The Longevity Master Plan – online program to slow aging
- Eating for Longevity Cookbook and Meal Planner
WATCH THIS TO LEARN MORE
My first experiment with a Blood Glucose Monitor
The continuous blood glucose monitor sensor must be removed prior to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Start your 14 days before or after any planned MRI.
- Health care professionals and consumers should be aware about the limitations of available scientific evidence for use of this device in any other groups of patients who require diabetes management.
- The Glucose Monitoring System contains small parts that may be dangerous if swallowed.
- During times of rapidly changing glucose (more than 0.1 mmol/L per minute), interstitial fluid glucose levels as measured by the Glucose Monitoring System Sensor may not accurately reflect blood glucose levels.
- Do not ignore symptoms that may be due to low or high blood glucose. If you have symptoms that do not match the Glucose Monitoring System reading or suspect that your reading may be inaccurate, consult with Zora for instructions.
- If you are experiencing symptoms that are not consistent with your glucose readings, consult Zora or your health care professional.