# 69 – Dr. Michael Snyder, Chair of Genetics at Stanford University, on importance of biomonitoring of health parameters, continuous glucose monitoring, wearables and ageing

Dr. Michael Snyder, Chair of Genetics at Stanford University, on importance of biomonitoring of health parameters, continuous glucose monitoring, wearables and ageing

Show Notes

01:10 – Dr.Snyder introduces himself and his current areas of work

02:00 – Importance of wearables for health monitoring

06:20 – The most important health parameters to monitor

11:55 – Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM)

17:45 – Age at which you should start CGM

19:05 – How frequently and for how long should you use CGM?

21:35 – Monitoring resting heart rate and its importance

23:25 – Heart rate variability (HRV) and what does it tell us

26:00 – Ageing: people differ in which organs age fastest

30:40 – Gut health and its relation to overall health

32:50 – Dr. Snyder discusses his book

35:35 – Covid detection study

38:25 – Recommendations on resources

Follow Dr. Snyder

Website: Snyder Lab

Enroll in Covid-19 Wearables Study: https://innovations.stanford.edu/wearables

Twitter: @SnyderShot

Book by Dr. Snyder

Genomics and Personalized Medicine: What Everyone Needs to Know by Dr. Michael Snyder – Amazon Link

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