Rich thanks for the information, but I already do all this, I even know how many grams of protein,carbs, and fat I should ingest per meal and when to ingest carbs for optimal fat burning. I guess this is all the fat I can burn. But I want stop trying....View Thread
Ok doc see if u can tell me what I should do. I went to my doctor in Jan 2011. I was takin 48 units of lantis per night and 10 units of novalog before eating. Before I went to this doctor I weighed 371 lbs. So, I got tired of being fat so I got a personal trainer. He put on a diet to build muscle and burn fat and very rigourous training plan. I did this for a year and a half (I'm talkin hour of cardio in morning and resistance training and more cardio in the evening) and only lost 35lbs. So I went this doctor at the request of the trainer. The doctor took me off insulin totally and put me on metformin and victoza. He also balanced my testosterone level with t shots every six days. And holy cow I lost 106 lbs from Jan 2011 until March 2012 but could not get blood sugar under control. A1c 10.1 average fasting bs 248. So I went to mayo clinic for check up. Long story short they put me on levemier (insulin) A1c down to 8.1 good right. No wrong gained 20lbs back and clothes won't fit. Help me please to be able to burn fat and build muscle and keep blood sugar down.View Thread
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