Here's why salad before carbohydrates works.

Jessie Inchauspé, author of "Glucose Revolution," argues nutrition may improve your life.

The "Glucose Goddess" recommends consuming meals in a certain sequence in the media and on Instagram.

By eating salads first, before meats, and starchy carbs last, blood glucose rises may be reduced.

30-60 minutes after eating carbohydrate, blood glucose rises. Many factors affect peak height and duration.

High-fiber meals, like salads, impede gastric emptying (the rate at which food exits the stomach).

The hormone also impacts the pancreas, where it helps secrete insulin, which clears blood glucose.

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