chrissyr wrote:I like the therapy ball idea and love doing downward dog anyway, Circular thanks! I tried typing this over the ball but that didn't work out. A few minutes of meditation (or really just spacing out) there, the thing I keep meaning to work in
chrissyr wrote:thanks Searcher!
What is your experience with trying to keep hba1c low?
Breakfast skipping is associated with a significantly increased risk of T2D. Regular breakfast consumption is potentially important for the prevention of T2D.
Stefan wrote:Hi everybody
as a 73 y old apoe4/3 carrier i try to keep my hba1c optimal, ie smaller than the 5.6 prescribed by the ReCode Protocol. I eat a low carb diet and 3/4 of the time stick to a 16/8 intermittent fasting. But my values do not drop, they rose slightly in the last 3 year from 5.7 to 5.8. I could not find paper on hba1c data of Aoe4 carrierrs. What is your experience with trying to keep hba1c low?
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