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It's true like someone else said that when you start to really shed the weight, your insulin sensitivity goes WAY up.When I was 4% BF I was taking registered just to post in this thread as well, im 18.As for contest prep diet, here's what I'm doing: high protein/low to moderate fat/low to moderate carbs with limited to no refined sugar. Your contest prep diet doesn't have to be any different.Of course, no two bodies are alike and what may work for one person may not work for another.Ive been weight lifting for 2 years now and ive always loved the release of endorphins after a work out no matter what type of work out, ive lost 20 pounds of fat and gained 20 pounds of muscle.Now im taking my training to a higher level(starting my first bulking phase, ive always tried to gain lean body mass but now i want to get stronger and then cut it down) Ive just started taking creatine and casein but since i started my bloodsugars have been running a little high and having a ketone affect (hard to bring it down/ excessive amounts of insulin in order to bring it down) im just hoping its a coincidence because i did eat a lot of carbs after the first work out where i did take the creatine which i did not cover properly with my novalog, resulting in a spike of a 400 blood sugar, something i havent had in months.I will look forward to reading this thread since I also have a hard time keeping my BF below 9%. I struggle on a night snack cause I need something to last until mourning so I eat a sandwich.
I have a lot of muscle, but I just can't shed the extra layer of fat (15 lbs.) I wish I knew how to change my diet to get lean.im trying to get my diet in order and do calestetics at home for now.. btw does anyone know of a low carb protein bar or shake to make? The basics: Make sure you are not "feeding" your insulin by taking more than you need, getting repeated lows, and treating them. While it sounds insanely obvious, it's a mistake type 1 diabetics frequently make (self included).As for contest prep diet, here's what I'm doing: high protein/low to moderate fat/low to moderate carbs with limited to no refined sugar. Your contest prep diet doesn't have to be any different. I was just curious...your contest prep diet would you mind writing out a complete menu for a day so I can see what it looks like. Although I've never actually competed (although I'm going to try and do a show this spring) I have done some fat loss contests at my gym which required me to get my body fat as low as 3-5%.I am interested in learning how supplements and the bodybuilding lifestyle affects diabetes. I am a gm of a gym and have been in this envoronment for years and stilllll cant get back to my pre-diabetic weight/frame.I know we are different than non diabetics but I am often confused by "eat lots of protein" and "too much protein is hard on the kidneys" , especially for diabetics. I was 130 lbs before Type 1 and am now 175ish.have more muscle than before but have extra bodyfat, mostly in my core that wont leave...
Have you found anything interesting lately that has been working for you?