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2014/10/20 20:04:38 (permalink)

T3 and Diabetes

Any type 1 diabetics have any experience with taking T3(+clen)?
 
Should I even be taking T3 as a diabetic in the first place?
 
How did it affect your BG and insulin sensitivity?
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    Re: T3 and Diabetes 2014/10/20 20:19:56 (permalink)
    I would not personally mess with it with diabetes. That being said.... I imagine your blood surgars will run lower than normal due to the increased metabolism from T3. If you are going to do it anyway monitor your glucose and keep some simple surgars in your pocket.
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    Re: T3 and Diabetes 2014/10/20 20:47:25 (permalink)
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    I would not personally mess with it with diabetes. That being said.... I imagine your blood surgars will run lower than normal due to the increased metabolism from T3. If you are going to do it anyway monitor your glucose and keep some simple surgars in your pocket.



    thanks for your reply mate.
     
    yes thats what my little research has only brought up
     
    ive always got a BG monitor and some lucozade everywhere i go
     
    do you have any research regarding t3 and Diabetes Type 1?
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