It'll happen Ally, but only if you really keep your other numbers tight. I'm not sure which thread I said this on, but my theory is that your body has been used to running very high for quite a while. Our bodies try to regulate things for us, and for your body, it's still trying to keep your blood scores high - because that's where you were running for quite a while. So, you're now effectively retraining your body to accept that these lower numbers are now right for you. Unfortunately, having the odd blip, like you have done with the ice-cream or tinned fruit, is likely to prolong how long it takes to get that morning number down. Really focus Ally. So many of these things are habit, and that includes eating a good diet as well as eating a less diabetic friendly diet. Are you finding your cravings are less than they were?