Sugar-sweetened beverages consumed early in life may impact not only weight but also brain and liver health
Metabolic Research Roundup
Several recent studies look at the effect of sugar on hunger, why our brain wants sugar, and how we can train ourselves away from those cravings.
Several recent studies look at how we define prediabetes, how likely it is to progress to diabetes, and its utility as an early metabolic health warning.
Three recent studies examine the connection between high blood sugar (including prediabetes) and Alzheimer’s, dementia, and cognitive impairment.
Four recent studies offer insight on how hard to work out, when to fuel, and what’s happening in our bodies when we exercise
Four recent papers present convincing evidence that elevated glucose—even without a diabetes diagnosis—can be dangerous for COVID patients.