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by eric
(hi.)

After visiting and reading lots of posts and info I started projesterone. I am absolutely convinced it has been a great move for me. However as a male type two insulin dependent diabetic, my insulin requirements go up with the amount of cream i use. Just looking for a little encouragement or advise on how to handle this.

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Nov 25, 2014
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by: Wray

Hi Eric I'm pleased the progesterone has been helping, but puzzled you need more insulin, as progesterone helps stabilise blood glucose and has been known to help diabetes, see here. Could it be one of the other ingredients in the cream you're using? Or you are having the usual Oestrogen Dominance reaction to progesterone. The only way to over come this is to use more until stable, then reduce very slowly. Please have your Vitamin D levels checked, a low level is associated with impaired insulin secretion, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, hyperglycaemia and decreased beta cell function in the pancreas. Type 2 diabetes is possible to reverse, see here, the Ketogenic Diet is a good option as it keeps carbs to the barest minimum. Or you can eat raw food for 30 days to reverse it, see Raw For 30 Days Take care Wray

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