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John Burns
Posted 9/14/2021 12:18 (#9219886 - in reply to #9216960)
Subject: RE: C-peptide and insulin



Pittsburg, Kansas
Sounds like a plan to me. Only I wouldn't call saturated animal fats bad. I would call them best and ancestral. They are the best of fats that avoid oxidation. Oxidized fats are the bad fats.

I'm type 2 and try to stay under 20 grams, but I've been diabetic for around 30 years and used to take 100 units of insulin a day plus several pills. So my diet has to be more strict than most would need be. I am drug free now (2.5 years) although I have been experimenting with metformim the last couple weeks to see what it does to my fasting blood sugar.

Edited by John Burns 9/14/2021 12:25
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