Let's talk about GH (and all other shit)

Sampei

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Eating before or after doesn't change a thing, as much as not eating (related to insulin resistance).

That's a thing related to peptides to not eat close to administration because it inhibits their effect.

Hgh has no problem about food close to injection. Your BG will be elevated no matter what. I get elevated BG even 24hr after administration.

If you are very worried about it go EOD or take 1 days off every 6 days. It should help a bit.

Best is keeping BG in check and if it arise to much while you are fasted stop hgh for a while and go low carb so you increase insulin sensitivity back again.

Low carb too is a good idea but many do bulk on hgh... hard to bulk on low carb unless you like to go ketogenic/metabolic diet on a bulk.

The one issue that keeps popping up concerning me is insulin resistance. Most of the advice I read on here says if you're at or under 5iu 4-5 days/wk (taking weekends off) you don't have to worry. Then I read it's a matter of not eating any carbs an hour before or after injection. Personally I do 4iu ED, split between 2iu in the morning and then before bed, do not eat an hour before or after, and take Friday night through Sunday night off. Anyone in-the-know have a moment to address this? Thanks.
 

Pissed Off User

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Is blood glucose (I assume this is what you mean by BG) a common problem at such a level (4iu [2iu 2x daily], 5 days on 2 days off)? I've read a thousand if not thousands of pages about HGH and while I see it mentioned I had always assumed this was an issue largely avoidable by avoiding carbs near injection times. (Or also avoid carbs just because there was some debate as to whether we actually get HGH and not a peptide that behaves similarly, so be safe). It's only recently that I have really began to notice insulin issues being focused on, or maybe I was just "hearing" what I wanted to hear before?
 

Sampei

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Depends on your body. No set rules. I have a high BG (still not diabetic) by myself. On hgh I'm in the prediabetic range. As soon as I stop I get back around 90.

You could be different and have different results.

My values are on a ED schedule with no off days in between. Now I'm doing 6on/1off and will retest soon to see if any difference are seen

Is blood glucose (I assume this is what you mean by BG) a common problem at such a level (4iu [2iu 2x daily], 5 days on 2 days off)? I've read a thousand if not thousands of pages about HGH and while I see it mentioned I had always assumed this was an issue largely avoidable by avoiding carbs near injection times. (Or also avoid carbs just because there was some debate as to whether we actually get HGH and not a peptide that behaves similarly, so be safe). It's only recently that I have really began to notice insulin issues being focused on, or maybe I was just "hearing" what I wanted to hear before?
 

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