Julie G wrote:Hi Dan! Nice to see you posting. Would you mind sharing the brand of both the NMM and pterostilbene? Have you experienced any changes in energy, mood, exercise ability, sleep quality or cognition with this combo?
Help me understand something. You say that you're diagnosed with diabetes. What is that diagnosis based upon? Your current numbers look really good. Re. your lipids, I like that your HDL:TG level improved with your dramatic reduction in TGs. I'm also surprised by your dramatic drop in LDL-C... although may not be a good thing for a 75 year old. The bulk of evidence suggests that higher cholesterol at middle age (without examining the confounder of insulin resistance) is associated with cognitive decline and higher levels as we age may be somewhat protective. That said, you look amazing for 75. How current is that pic? Thanks for sharing.
apod wrote:Very interesting data. I've been hesitant to try pterostilbene as I've read that it has a negative effect on lipids / LDL. It doesn't look like this was the case in your experiment.
ru442 wrote:Given my propensity to generate high TG's despite following the protocol, this could be a good option for folks like me. I would also be interested in the brand of supplements.
ETA: I see Dr. Mercola has it, married with Quercetin, 90 day supply is reasonable cost:
Julie G wrote: Have you experienced any changes in ...
Now it's your turn for questions. You know so much about so many aspects of nutrition; do you happen to know anything about high TSH or low WBC in people restricting calories?
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