Glucose Hacking (And Tracking) With Oxaloacetate/upgraded Aging
I've been taking daily fasting glucose readings over the past 7 months, both with and without oxaloacetate/Upgraded Aging and wrote up my results here.
tl;dr - oxaloacetate works (for me) by both lowering and more tightly stabilizing day-to-day fasting glucose levels, but only in conjunction with some short-duration, intense physical activity a few times per week.
Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here's a chart showing my initial 30-day baseline daily fasting glucose levels, then 30 days after supplementing with oxaloacetate. The thick orange line is a 7-day moving average: