replay of old: "How your blood feeds your cells -- the benefit of moving hourly"

This show was recorded BEFORE Lois got more information about how blood glucose works. There is mis-information in this (that the existing blood sugar is removed and stored before new glucose is added) which has since been corrected in Lois' later talks. (The correct info is that your glucose levels are monitored in the body and if there is already enough in the system, the "NEW" glucose is stored rather than being added.)

To hear the latest, more correct explanation of how your digestion and movement effects insulin use, glucose levels, and fat creation; visit UCD's Whole Earth Festival for Lois' talk: "Does sugar make you fat? Does bread make you diabetic? Understanding how your body handles food and blood glucose allows you to make better choices about when and what to eat." Go to the Mee Room in the MU (there will be signs on the Quad leading you up stairs above the Coffee House) on Sunday, 14 May 2017, at 1:00 pm.

If you are reading this after May 2017, leave a comment or contact Lois to find an upcoming talk or the most recent recording.


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