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    Elevated Blood Glucose

    I just got some blood results back. Everything was in the expected ranges except for my blood glucose. It was at 116mg/dL. I've never had blood glucose issues in the past. I just had bloods about 7 months ago and it was in the median range. The only difference is that I'm running MK677 now. Has MK677 been known to elevate blood glucose levels?

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    I know HGH definitely will so it's definitely possible with MK677. You should be monitoring your BG levels daily with these compounds. I had the same issues in the beginning with HGH so I bought a BG meter with the test strips. Try to avoid simple sugars unless you're running IGF-1 or anything that will lower your BG.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    I know HGH definitely will so it's definitely possible with MK677. You should be monitoring your BG levels daily with these compounds. I had the same issues in the beginning with HGH so I bought a BG meter with the test strips. Try to avoid simple sugars.
    Thanks for the input. I eat a low carb/high fat/high protein diet so how would I reduce the levels? This concerns me because one of my grandparents died with diabetes. If the MK677 is going to negatively affect my BGL and possibly activate some dormant genetic issue, I will stop taking it immediately.

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    I'm also am taking MK677 daily since 11/2/2017 and also show high glucose levels. I do IF and changed up my diet. My macros now 66 F 197 C 272 P. Going to get bloods done again later this month and see if things change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUbeast86 View Post
    Thanks for the input. I eat a low carb/high fat/high protein diet so how would I reduce the levels? This concerns me because one of my grandparents died with diabetes. If the MK677 is going to negatively affect my BGL and possibly activate some dormant genetic issue, I will stop taking it immediately.
    Just keep monitoring it. If you're over 140 BG 2 hours after a meal continously then you're having problems. If not you'll be ok.



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    I don't think it's wise to do IF while running compounds that effect blood sugar unless you are monitoring it. If you guys want to run advanced compounds you have to monitor yourself. Don't just run compounds, don't eat, and think everything will be fine. That's not very smart.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    Just keep monitoring it. If you're over 140 BG 2 hours after a meal continously then you're having problems. If not you'll be ok.
    Well the blood was taken during an intermittent fast which is why I'm concerned. As you know, normal fasting BGL range is 72 to 108 mg/dL or 60 to 109mg/dL depending the source and I was at 116. Should I be concerned or is 7-8 points out of range a non issue? However, I do a re-feed every 7-9 days where I carb load for about 2 meals so thats why I say I'm on a keto-type diet. It's not 100% ketogenic. I use it to combat an autoimmunity issue and it has all but cured my condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    I don't think it's wise to do IF while running compounds that effect blood sugar unless you are monitoring it. If you guys want to run advanced compounds you have to monitor yourself. Don't just run compounds, don't eat, and think everything will be fine. That's not very smart.
    i definitely would not be doing if with mk677... i would switch this brother and im certain it will fix your issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUbeast86 View Post
    Well the blood was taken during an intermittent fast which is why I'm concerned. As you know, normal fasting BGL range is 72 to 108 mg/dL or 60 to 109mg/dL depending the source and I was at 116. Should I be concerned or is 7-8 points out of range a non issue? However, I do a re-feed every 7-9 days where I carb load for about 2 meals so thats why I say I'm on a keto-type diet. It's not 100% ketogenic. I use it to combat an autoimmunity issue and it has all but cured my condition.
    That's something you're going to have to decide for yourself. I would be more concerned about BG recovery after a meal. A few points over during fasting isn't a big deal when you're running something this is known to increase BG.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    That's something you're going to have to decide for yourself. I would be more concerned about BG recovery after a meal. A few points over during fasting isn't a big deal when you're running something this is known to increase BG.
    i completely agree

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