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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    NSW, Australia
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Diet only
    Medication:
    Was Metformin 500 x 2 per day after initial diagnosis in April 2017, then increased to 1000 x 2 per day.
    April 2014: Wt? can't recall probably 100kg+
    FBG 4.7, Cholesterol 6.2, HDL 1.3, LDL 4.2, Triglyc 1.44

    Type 2 diagnosis April 2017: Wt 121.4kg, 43.8% body fat
    FBG 19.9, Hba1C 110 or 12.2, Cholesterol 7.4, HDL 1.4, LDL 5.0, Triglyc 2.2;

    January 2019 on Metformin for 18months keto dabbled: Wt 120kg, 43.5% body fat
    FBG 9.1, Hba1C 61 or 7.7, Cholesterol 7.2, HDL 1.7, LDL 4.9, Triglyc 1.3.

    24 August 2020 Metformin had run out 04/08/20 - didn't renew, started doing strict low carb, low (800) cal for 12 weeks, TRE 16:8,
    FBG started at 8.2, Wt at 120.4kg, body fat 43.5%

    05/10/2020 End of Week 6, Weight 114.1kg, body fat 39.5% Averages for past 3 weeks blood sugar readings:
    FBG 6.31, pre lunch 5.31, post lunch 6.3, pre dinner 4.97, post dinner 6.2

    26/10/20 End of Week 9 of 12: Weight 111.0kg, body fat 37.1% Blood sugar averages for past week:
    FBG 6.11, pre lunch 5.08, post lunch 6.0, pre dinner 4.95, post dinner 6.04

    16/11/20 End of Week 12 - push to 16weeks 800cal: Weight 108.5, body fat 36.5%,
    averages for past week;
    FBG 6.04, pre lunch 5.27, post lunch 5.74, pre dinner 5.5, post dinner 6.06

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    Type 2 diagnosis April 2017: Wt 121.4kg, 43.8% body fat
    :eek: FBG 19.9 , Hba1C 110 or 12.2, Cholesterol 7.4, HDL 1.4, LDL 5.0, Triglyc 2.2;

    January 2019 on Metformin for 18months - keto dabbled: Wt 120kg, 43.5% body fat
    FBG 9.1, Hba1C 61 or 7.7, Cholesterol 7.2, HDL 1.7, LDL 4.9, Triglyc 1.3.

    24 August 2020 Metformin had run out 04/08/20 - didn't renew, started doing low carb, low (800) cal for 12 weeks, TRE 16:8, FBG started at 8.2, Wt at 120.4kg, body fat 43.5%

    05/10/2020 End of Week 6 (half way) , Weight 114.1kg, body fat 39.5% Averages for past 3 weeks blood sugar readings:
    FBG 6.31, pre lunch 5.31, post lunch 6.3, pre dinner 4.97, post dinner 6.2 :) Still need to improve my exercise adherenceo_O

    26/10/20 End of Week 9 of 12: Weight 111.0kg, body fat 37.1% Blood sugar averages for past week:
    FBG 6.11, pre lunch 5.08, post lunch 6.0, pre dinner 4.95, post dinner 6.04

    16/11/20 End Week 12 - push on to 16weeks 800cal: Weight 108.5, body fat 36.5%,
    averages for past week;
    FBG 6.04, pre lunch 5.27, post lunch 5.74, pre dinner 5.5, post dinner 6.06
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