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The Ultimate Muscle Building Diet Plan For Men With Diabetes | Calories, Macros, Nutrient Timing, And Supplements

Everyone who goes to the gym with the goal of getting stronger and leaner is technically bodybuilding whether you like it or not. Competitive bodybuilding is fat loss taken that little bit further. The best diabetes bodybuilding diet plan is the one you can stick to the longest. Bodybuilding involves set periods of eating a calorie surplus and deficit. Bodybuilding is more challenging for people with diabetes. There are many important nutrition considerations. 99% of people looking to lose weight or gain muscle mass prioritse the wrong things when it comes to diet. If you don’t assess your diet you won’t reach your true potential. You need fewer supplements than you think. Both whey and creatine are valid options for people with diabetes. What you’re in for? 3,500 Words Reading Time ~ 20 minutes If you live with diabetes and love bodybuilding, this article is for you. I’m all for building muscle and shredding fat as fast as possible. However, to achieve this, your diet MUST be set up correctly. There is a fine line between… Eating too much Vs. Eating too little. Taking too much insulin Vs. Taking too little. Training too much Vs. Training too little. Overlook one detail a Continue reading >>

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  1. Teko1

    Eating Correctly.. still high blood sugar

    Hi Guys
    Im new and first off no clue why my profile pic is a black square. Anyway, I've been eating low carb with low carb veggies and protein. Im very frustrated my a1c has been 6.9. Even after i eat a low carb meal if Im lucky I get a readying of 160. Im back on Metformin 2 times a day. I saw the biggest lose of weight and stable bloodsugar 5.3 on Victoza but its very expensive. I exercise and am trying to eat healthy and lose about 25 lbs. And nothing! Ive been doing this for about 6 months.
    When I went on 500 calories a day with the supervision of a doctor I lost 30 and my blood sugar was about 110. But as soon as I stopped that it went back up. Any suggestion would be helpful. I don't want to starve myself. I am eating whole foods mainly veggies. I also had graves disease so have no thyroid.

  2. WASHED OUT

    First off your hormones can and will cause things in the body to go haywire. I hope you are on supplement medication that helps to balance your thyroid problem. Second it can take many months of low carb eating to just get rid of the fat in your liver which is released daily as glucose. The liver stores this supply and causes the dawn phenomenon or higher morning numbers and elevates it throughout the day. When that storage is used up to a point that should improve your glucose control. Just be patient and keep on your diet, most of us have enough body and liver fat stored to keep you from actually starving for quite a long time. That doesn't mean you won't be hungry and want to eat. Even fat people get hungry even though the body doesn't need to eat for energy. The body wants to continue to store energy from food rather than use what is already stored. That stored energy can only be used when you force its use by placing your body in the position of not being able to get the energy from foods you eat. Here is a video of Butter Bob Briggs explaining why, Fat people are always hungry.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJhNnbRHCbE
    Another from Dr Jason Fung :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dimP7IdM2Og

  3. Lillymarie

    Hi washed out I'm new diabetic I don't take meds they make me I'll so i'm eating properly but u said it take months to get u r liver straighten out thank u I have been confused about my numbers they high in the morning and I didn't eat anything the nite before it seems like I can't eat much or the numbers go up can u help thanks again lillymarie

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