Anyone w/ avg fasting blood glucose in the 85-100 range, use a continuous glucose monitor to learn how to lower their levels to 70-85?
Do men with average fasting blood glucose levels below 80 live longer than guys above 90? These are not diabetes or pre-diabetic figures but is it possible or likely that levels in the 70s help slow the cancer better than levels in the 90s? Some of the meds we take, raise the blood glucose, such as statins and possibly the ADT meds as well.
Does anyone use the continuous glucose monitor to learn what food to eat and not eat, and when to eat them, and in what portion size etc? If so, what are your recommendations? Did lowering your glucose levels help slow your psa doubling rate or reduce your cancer volume on imaging scans?