But I understand a specific form of niacin is only effective.
Are you sure about the metformin and creatine being ok?
Wouldn`t wanna lose my renal function lol.
My creatine and glutamine arrived just the other day.
If I do decide to not quit metformin before starting these two,I`m gonna cut the metformin down to 250 mg a a day.
But still,I`m worried.
And when my creatine arrived,I couldn`t believe it.
Of all the boxes of creatine that say absolutely nothing,this one said:
"Consult a physician if you have impaired kidney function or are taking any prescription medications that affect kidney function."
I was prescribed 1000 mg metformin but I`m only using 500 mg,and I keep losing weight.I lost almost 20 lbs despite eating a hamburger for dinner and having frequent ice cream cheat meals.Although doc said to avoid sweets,pork or eggs from now on.
I haven`t lost just abdominal fat as she suggested,so I`m ****ed there.I`m losing it overall.
I really wouldn't cut it down or anything and definitely clean up diet. Overall health is the most important thing over being big, in my personal opinion.
Why did she suhpggest avoiding eggs? Cholesterol? Ha
Patients messing around with dosing without consultation is a pet peeve for health care professionals.
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It's not in your best interest considering pharmaceutical treatment, especially in a disease state to play fast and loose with dosing or therapy without their knowledge. Not saying you have to do everything they say without question.
Type two diabetea is almost completely reversible.... why not try to either completely rid yourself of pharmaceuticals or work your way down to the lowest dose possible? I don't know your situation or what form u have just thinking outloud
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Those are the top limiting factors and need to be watched/reported. Always know what you're putting in your body.
Exercise is huge for insulin sensitivity as well obviously.
Some are just genetically pre-disposed though.