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    DNP & low blood sugar.

    Ok, as I understand it DNP depletes your body of carbs very quickly and basically puts you in a state of ketosis - however, unlike a low carb diet using DNP is more drastic. Anyone know if that would cause any problems after the cycle with your body's ability to control blood sugar levels?
    Thanks, A.

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    No, once it's out of your system everything goes back to normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joevette
    No, once it's out of your system everything goes back to normal.
    Ok, joevette, thanks for your input. I asked because someone had posted that DNP could cause diabetes if you're prone to it because it's actions are so drastic - that didn't sound likely, but thought people that had used it would know if it had any long lasting effects on your body's ability to deal with glucose/sugar/carbs.

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