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Basically, and correct me if I'm wrong, please? A person who is using insulin for the first time to keep things simple should be on a bulking diet and inject 2IU after their workout and then work their way up to max suggested use as stated above( 10iu for 200Lbs LBM). I'm trying to understand this not actually jump into it lol. I'm just trying to keep things simple and make sure im understanding it
Can insulin be injected IM, and what are some ideal supplements to take in order to recover endogenous insulin function and secretion/sensitivity post use?
Although when dealing with AAS and other introductions of questionable and illegal preparations all in the scheme of chasing the next pound of lean mass, I support a well balanced sense of caution... I think many people highly underestimate the body's intrinsic abilities to defend itself, adapt by any means necessary, and exude immeasurable levels of resilience in the face of disease, starvation, poisoning, etc. Many would-be muscle masters fall victim to their own best intentions, and succumb to unfounded and suffocating paranoia propagated in large part by the fear of the unknown since a large body of clinical science doesn't exist on steroid usage.
Taking insulin and puting on 20lbs of lean mass is not completely true.
What's repsonsible for that is growth hormone and to some degree IGF.
Over using insulin will just make you fat. The trick is that to be 300lbs at 6ft tall requires a lot of calories and in many cases our bodies just doesnt produce enough insulin to sustain that. Adding the insulin just takes food intake to a different level, and allows growth hormone to do it's thing.
Look at Jay, when he had his arm surgery he went from 300lbs to 250 in no time.
Now he is having a hard time geting back up to 300lbs...I wonder why
Phil is heading in the same direction
There is no reason to artificially increase insulin in your body unless you are diabetic. It is not something that will stick with you and does more damage than good. stick with cycles of GH and divide muscle cells then blow them up if you must.
Insulin use is a slippery slope, for sure.
Just a tip the R means regular and Humalog R takes about 1 hour to start to chip away at blood sugar levels, and can be active for several hours in your system. So don't train at night and go to bed after use you can go hypo in your sleep.
Same theory applies to growth hormone. If one takes enough growth IGF will be high so there is not need to take additional IGF, hence you dont get much from growth and IGF together you would take one or the other
thanks for the info! great stuff
thanks for the info. great stuff
Great info.... wish I understood the science better!