Help… Using serendipity I have figured out that all women with the “hunter” gene get gestational diabetes. The “hunter” gene was defined by a weight loss doctor (low carb diet) on the Public Broadcasting System in the U.S. as people who did not lose weight on his diet. He explained that such people had a glucose tolerance test where their blood sugar increased for over 2 hours (diagnosed as prediabetic). I have figured out that “hunter” gene people’s A1C is strongly correlated to the amount of sugar/starch/alcohol they have eaten (diagnosed as prediabetic). I have 2 questions I want answered. Are all women who are not diabetic but get gestational diabetes “hunter” gene women? What fraction of the people diagnosed as prediabetic are simply people with the “hunter” gene? The following may be helpful. I have controlled my reactive hypoglycemia with a low carb diet for over 12 years. If anything, the diet has helped my health.