Jessie Inchauspé

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Jessie Inchauspé
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EducationKing's College London, Georgetown University
  • Biochemist
  • Author
  • Founder of the Glucose Goddess movement

Jessie Inchauspé is a French biochemist, author, and founder of the Glucose Goddess movement.


Born in Biarritz, Jessie Inchauspé grew up in Paris and began her studies in England. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from King's College London. She moved to Philadelphia in 2013. There, she worked as a data scientist at the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity-funded The Good Judgment Project, developing algorithms to help statistical predictions, and publishing her first paper.[1] She then moved to Washington, D.C. and obtained a Master's degree in Biochemistry from Georgetown University in 2015. While at Georgetown she studied the effect of different diets on cancer risk, contributing to a paper published the following year.[2]

In 2015, she moved to San Francisco and started working at 23andMe as a product manager. She drove strategy and development of the company's preventive health product. Her work was featured in CNBC[1] and Business Insider.[2] In 2019, Inchauspé started the instagram account @glucosegoddess on which she shared graphs made from her own continuous glucose monitor data to illustrate nutrition science concepts. Later that year she left 23andMe to work full time on it.


Published in 2022, Glucose Revolution is Inchauspé's first book.[3] It is translated into 10 languages.[4]


  1. LaVito, Angelica (2018-04-19). "23andMe is asking users to share health conditions and review treatments". CNBC. Retrieved 2021-11-30.
  2. Brodwin, Erin. "Genetics company 23andMe is rolling out a huge initiative for people with ADHD and depression — but psychologists are worried". Business Insider. Retrieved 2021-11-30.
  3. Glucose Revolution. 2022-04-05. ISBN 978-1-9821-7941-0.
  4. "Glucose Revolution". Susanna Lea Associates. Retrieved 2021-11-30.

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