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I am just coming towards the end of the second month of LCHF and the difference between my before and after eating BG levels was just 0.7 mmol/l today. My pre meal levels are still between 6.5 and 7 mmol/l which is a bit high, I think, but the small elevation by food should mean that my Hga1c levels will be down. I do hope so, as it will confirm the level of control I want to achieve.
I have to confess that I have looked at my husband's stock of sweets and chocolate from time to time and been tempted, but did not give in. I think about the display on the meter, and the weighing scales, and know that such an indulgence will be obvious there - and I must say that I want to see the look on the doctor's face too - when he tells me what change there has been.
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