I am 62 and i've been T2 for 16 years without medication just keeping things under control through diet (LCHF) and exercise (lots). I've always the slim side and have always run and cycled. My food choices prior too diagnosis were always carb heavy to fuel the exercise. Since diagnosis my Hba1c readings have bounced around between 49 and 41. However, since I started testing (GP not interested in my having the kit so I bought it myself) I have noticed that my FBG is always high - normally between 6.5 and 7.5. Otherwise my BG response to food seems to be quite good. There are no massive spikes, but it also rarely gets below the 5.2-5.5 range. Am I just a fairly normal person that just happens to suffer from large liver dumps on waking, and that this then colours my Hba1c figures? Or are my 'bottom figures' too high too? I'll keep up the LCHF and the exercise as I don't particularly want to go on meds.