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Veri now helps you stay on track with or without a CGM!
Veri now helps you stay on track with or without a CGM!
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Written by Tia
Updated over a week ago

No sensor? No problem! You can now continue through the Veri Program even if you are taking breaks between sensors. You just need to have completed one sensor.

​Using Estimated Meal Score and Metabolic Health Score, you can keep using Veri with or without a CGM so you can stay on track toward your health goals.

How it works:

Veri will now learn your glucose response to predict your Meal Scores without a sensor!

Plus, Metabolic Healthspan is now “Metabolic Health Score,” a daily metric that combines glucose, diet, and habits to keep you going on the program, even without a sensor. Wearing a new sensor will update the glucose metrics to show the impact of your habit and diet.

What to focus on in between sensors?

Take action based on your learnings from the previous sensor and aim to get a high Metaoblic Health Score. This means improving upon your metabolic habits of food, sleep, stress, and exercise so that by the next sensor, you’ll see some progress and can make further adjustments and improvements for your best health.

Why take a break? Taking a break from glucose data allows you to integrate your new habits, and build confidence and independence – all of which are crucial for creating lasting behavioral change.

Remember, glucose is your compass, guiding you to better health. On your next sensor, you'll be able to check in to see if you're still heading in the right direction and where to go next.

In the time without a sensor, here’s what you should focus on:

1. Eat your high-scoring foods.

These are the nutritious foods you can count on to give you stable blood glucose, and balanced energy levels. You’ll find these in the “Nutrition” option that lives within in the main menu (top left navigation from any screen) in the Veri app. ​

Learn more about getting the most out of the Nutrition tab here.

2. Integrate metabolic habits: food, exercise, sleep, and stress management.

Based on the previous sensor and your Metabolic Health Score, think about the areas you need the most work on and focus your efforts there. Maybe it's getting 8 hours of sleep, adjusting your meal timing, or getting your steps in.

Pick a 1-2 of habits to focus on– don’t try to change everything at once. Developing consistent habits in a few areas will have a big impact on your health– and won’t feel as overwhelming. You can build on existing habits and create new ones during the next sensor period!

Looking for more glucose-friendly habits? Check out these 7 tips.

3. Deepen your knowledge of metabolic health.

Check out the Program tab, explore the new articles on our blog each month, and follow along on Veri’s social channels for metabolic health tips, tricks, recipes, and more to support your understanding of your body and health.

Learn more about the Program tab here.

4. Engage with the Veri community.

Research shows that social engagement with a like-minded group is important for improving health behaviors. Join our Veri community here for answers to common questions, recipes, research, and motivation!

Not sure what to post about? Share your biggest glucose insight or discovery with the Insights and Discoveries group!

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