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    Nutrient shuttling effects of Natadrol confirmed by a diabetic


    Like the title states I'm a type 1 diabetic which means I inject insulin for every meal with carbs. I'm currently running Natadrol at 8 caps a day for 7 weeks (because that's how long three bottles will last you) with one bottle of Halostane(15mg Cynostane & 15mg H-drol per pill) thrown in at the two week mark and run at 2 caps a day for 4 weeks. I'm also running one cap a day of Purus Labs Halovar alongside the Halostane to get a more useful dose of the halo compound. My goals are to loose a good amount of bodyfat on this run and gain strength.
    Anyways I've been on the Natadrol for 4 days now and here's how I noticed it affecting my blood sugar. The other day I checked my blood sugar about 35 minutes before lunch and it was 102. I then took my pre lunch dose of 2 Natadrol and didn't take any insulin because my lunch doesn't have hardly any carbs. About 5 to 10 minutes before I ate I started to feel low so I checked my sugar again and it was 65. I was kindof shocked and I thought it might be the Natadrol but I was leaning more towards the possibility of it just being a fluke. Then over the next few days I noticed the same thing happening over and over and for my carb meals I was having to take a good amount less insulin than normal. Anyways I'm going to keep an eye on it and update this thread seeing as I'm only on day 4 of my run. Thought everyone might want to know since until now we've only had anecdotal evidence showing the nutrient shuttling abilities of Natadrol.

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    Oh and for those of you wondering..the normal range for blood sugar would be between 85-120
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    Also if you guys have any questions feel free to ask
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    Just a little update I took almost half of my normal insulin dose today
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    Interesting feedback! Thanks for the info bruther, hope your cycle turns out well for you

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    Thanks buddy
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    It's the tinaspora for sure. I am not a diabetic, but I liked ND better taking it with food. without I felt a little hypo. Good stuff man!
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    Oh yeah, I HAD to take ND with food, otherwise I was a dizzy, muddle-head mess. Stuff made my blood-sugar plummet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRoadTo View Post
    It's the tinaspora for sure. I am not a diabetic, but I liked ND better taking it with food. without I felt a little hypo. Good stuff man!
    huh I didn't know that. I wonder why I haven't seen any nutrient partitioners with this ingredient...
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