I would like to know if anyone has used a set of food weighing scales by Salter, called "Nutri-Weigh Slim". The scales calculate total weight, calories, fat, protein, salt, carbs & fiber. Do the scales automatically deduct the fiber content from the carbs? I would also like to know if there is a book about carb counting because there is so much conflicting advice on the internet my head is swimming with stats’? I had a reasonable knowledge of Glycemic Load theory because I was a fan of Patrick Holford & Nigel Denby before I was diagnosed with T2, 3 months ago, and have a good idea what I should be eating. I was sent out by my doctor into a strange new world of restricted eating and not too much information. I ate what I thought was a reasonable diet (helped by this site) and lost about 9kg. I had a blood test about 6 weeks ago and my 3 month avg’ was 6.3. My doctor said that I was now “borderline diabetic again” and she would see me in 12 months. Pleased but dumbfounded. Alas my weight loss has stalled and I need to tweak my diet to get optimum nutritional benefit from the lowest calorie count that I can manage, allowing for occasional indulgences. Although this site has been invaluable it has a myriad number of theories about diabetic eating and some are slightly off the wall and some are on the other side of the wall so I have to determine what is fact or otherwise. With help I will persevere and thanks for any help. Jim.