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Hypothesis on Glucose Production Communication Model Between the Brain and Other Internal Organs, Especially the Stomach and Liver via Studying Glucose Responses Due to Solid Food

Gerald Hsu, C.

EclaireMD Foundation, USA

Dr. Gerald Hsu, C., EclaireMD Foundation, USA.

Keywords: PPG; CGM; Protein

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Investigating the relationship between meals and postprandial plasma glucose by using glucose responses due to solid food. The author used a continuous glucose monitor device to collect data by focusing on different food inputs for 647 days. He tested his hypothesis on the communication model between the brain and certain specific internal organs via the nervous system by using his experimental data and various mathematical analysis tools. In this particular study, he focused on four different breakfast categories.

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