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8/27/19 7:41 P

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Interesting article on not needing insulin anymore. I don't take insulin and am relatively new to fasting (3+ weeks); so I will be interested in the effect on my A1C.




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8/12/19 7:36 P

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Visited a podcasting Keto forum and many of the T2D were reporting similar with the exception of one person recording spinach during IF spiked his or her blood sugars. Pretty weird. I do my best if my OMAD contains spinach. I think I need the nutrition. Just had a lovely bowl of spinach with some lemon-butter fish. Done for the day--on to tomorrow....

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5/25/19 11:23 A

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This is a controversial subject, especially with the common advice from nutritionists and doctors being against it.

I have seen a lot of success with it and got my A1C down from 8.4 to 5.4 in a couple months. Anyone else had experience with it?

There was a 10 month study that waa done on three participants that shows promise, though needs to be extended.

https://casereports.bmj.com/content/2018
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