Upgraded Aging Fasting Glucose Experiment
I have had consistently slightly high fasting blood glucose for as long as I've been playing with my blood glucose meter. I am not diabetic and in decent shape. I eat 80% bulletproof and almost no processed food and do a crossfit type workout about 3 times a week. I have a standing desk and rarely sit.
Despite being otherwise healthy my fasting blood sugar has been between 100-110 for a very long time and my A1c has been in the 5.5 range. It was in this range while I was eating ketogenic and getting about 20g carbohydrates a day. It stayed in this range when I tried to reverse any physiological insulin resistance I might have developed while keto and ate closer to 100g of carbs a day, mostly rice, beans, and sweet potatoes with the occasional tortilla.
I started taking Upgraded Aging two days ago and intend to continue taking it in the morning with my other pills for 30 days straight. I intend to maintain my moderate carb diet during this period because that's what I have been eating for the past month while I've been taking my fasting blood glucose every morning to establish a baseline.
Has anyone actually had any good experience with Upgraded Aging (UA) and blood sugar? What about any other possible remedies for lowering fasting blood sugar. I would like to be in the mid 80's and feel like I have already done all of the easy stuff. The input of the community is greatly valued. I will post the numbers I've been collecting once I have been taking UA long enough to see if it changes anything.