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12 Aug 18
I wondered if anyone knew anything about liraglutide ? I was wondering if there was a way of making diet mimic the same effects?
Look up Jason Fung. he treats type 2 diabetes by altering the diet.
13 Aug 18
Thanks Bog booty. I didn’t explain very well,I found massive mood improvement with victoza but concerned with side effects so discontinued. It was a bizarre side effect I was not expecting. I’m not sure this is the correct post for this forum and I can’t really fathom as to why there was a dramatic effect. It wasn;t just a bit more energy, it was a complete elimination of lethargy/low mood. I don’t think it was related to reduce appetite (but maybe).
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