Episode #18: Things We Used to Believe (Part 1)
Living in diet culture since birth means we’ve all been conditioned to believe a lot of things about food and health. In this episode, we dive into part one of “things we used to believe”. Topics discussed include avoiding gluten, elimination diets for autoimmune conditions, and symptoms with the reintroduction of formerly restricted foods.
Stay tuned next week for a few more things we used to believe!
- This was the study Abbie referenced with blood sugar and perceived sugar intake versus actual sugar intake:
Glucose metabolism responds to perceived sugar intake more than actual sugar intake
- This is the milkshake study Abbie mentioned that demonstrates the impact of perceived nutrient consumption on hunger hormones:
Mind over milkshakes: mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response
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