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GH-induced insulin resistance already? Or simply too many carbs? Or both? Looking for input

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If you lift weights, you already do a form of "HIIT" so I recommend doing some moderately intense stead state to compliment this, the key is getting up near your maximum aerobic heart rate and staying there. For most people, the stationary bike won't get your heart rate up efficiently or high enough unless you really push it. Something that recruits more total muscle like the stairmill or elliptical would be better.
Got it thx!
 

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I definitely think tracking calories is important. To me that is the number two thing anyone should do, with number on going to the gym. Counting calories is even more important than aas, and gh usage. Running a cycle without a proper diet is like taking a job without knowing how much it pays lol.
Makes sense, thank you!
 

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START WALKING!!!!

It's THAT fucking simple. Take all the advice you want from whomever you want, the simple little task of getting outside and walking a few times a day will do WONDERS for your situation. Move more sit less!
Totally get your point--thank you. I didn't give full context, but I'm in a PhD program in a top-20 university and I have two young children and my days are full to the brim, so adding anything else in (like the cardio) needs to be strategic or it won't get done. That's why I was asking Kaladryn for clarification re: "real cardio".
 

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You were borderline before at 5 and A1C only went up 1 point to hit 6, that isn't a very big change.

Real cardio will make a big difference in this situation, that would be the first step if you aren't doing it.

what's the minimum amount of cardio you would recommend in this situation per day/per week?
 

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START WALKING!!!!

It's THAT fucking simple. Take all the advice you want from whomever you want, the simple little task of getting outside and walking a few times a day will do WONDERS for your situation. Move more sit less!
this right here, steady state exercise combined with weights has been show to activate GLUT-4 receptors and reduce BG levels
 

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Some would say, if health is paramount, that using Lantus, perhaps at night, would be a smart thing when running higher doses.

I'm sure you know about the metformin and berberine. At least pick up some berberine and see what it does for glucose. Buying a glucose monitor might be smart.

I'm curious, why would you recommend lantus at night versus in the AM?
 

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