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[on rapamycin] Can eating (a little) more food age you more slowly by increasing insulin above 120mg/dl => drawing glucose down?


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I seem to notice on my CGM that when my glucose is at 110-120, it tends not to go down, maybe because my body seems to secrete more insulin only above 120?

And while insulin is pro-aging in itself, rapamycin should be able to block its pro-aging effects (not completely, but enough to sometimes make eating more worth it). The relationship between calorie consumption and longevity is not monotonic, although it sometimes may seem so.

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